Band 1 – Malcolm X – His Wit and Wisdom

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With the research skills both of a journalist and of a serious scholar, Bellinger has done a spectacular job of tracking down sources where no one else had thought to look, in the process recovering some materials thought lost in World War II and others that were previously unknown. This is an important work in the field. But as historian and Clausewitz scholar Vanya Eftimova Bellinger establishes in this ground-breaking biography of the “other” Clausewitz, Marie was far more than merely a supportive wife who facilitated her husband’s legacy. Napoleon’s campaigns were the most complex military undertakings in history to that point. But they changed more than the nature of warfare. Concepts of chance, contingency, and probability became permanent fixtures in the West’s understanding of how the world works.

Empire of Chance examines anew the place of war in the history of Western thought, showing how the Napoleonic Wars inspired a new discourse on knowledge. You can search for any book or other item through AMAZON. Christopher Bassford, Daniel Moran, and Gregory W. Duke of Wellington’s detailed 1842 response to it. Even so recent a discussion, however, has been quickly outmoded by the explosion in Clausewitz studies in the past decade.

The Influence of Clausewitz on Jomini’s Précis de l’Art de la Guerre. Dissertation for an MA in War Studies King’s College London 2003. How universally applicable is Clausewitz’s conception of Trinitarian warfare? War and the Cult of Clausewitz.