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  1. Carl von Clausewitz, in full Carl Philipp Gottlieb von Clausewitz, (born June 1, 1780, Burg, near Magdeburg, Prussia [Germany]—died Nov. 16, 1831, Breslau, Silesia [now Wrocław, Pol.]), Prussian general and military thinker, whose work Vom Kriege (1832; On War) has become one of the most respected classics on military strategy. Clausewitz enlisted in the Prussian army in 1792, and in 1793 ...

  2. Carl von Clausewitz zmarł w czasie pandemii cholery, która wybuchła w 1829, i został pochowany na cmentarzu wojskowym przy ul. Ślężnej we Wrocławiu; w 1971 na prośbę władz państwowych Niemieckiej Republiki Demokratycznej jego szczątki i szczątki jego żony Marie von Clausewitz zostały ekshumowane i przeniesione na cmentarz Ostfriedhof w rodzinnym Burgu.

  3. 12/02/2016 · Carl von Clausewitz. War of course involves a contest of physical force. It is a blood sport. Clausewitz, however, emphasizes the definitive importance of “moral factors,” or what we think of as morale. He makes the blunt claim that once you have destroyed your enemy’s spirit — his will to fight — you have won the war.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › On_WarOn War - Wikipedia

    Vom Kriege (German pronunciation: [fɔm ˈkʁiːɡə]) is a book on war and military strategy by Prussian general Carl von Clausewitz (1780–1831), written mostly after the Napoleonic wars, between 1816 and 1830, and published posthumously by his wife Marie von Brühl in 1832.

  5. 26/11/2018 · Carl von Clausewitz He first entered combat at the age of 12 as a cadet, then eventually received recognition as a general. After warfare, Clausewitz became a prominent military intellectual in Berlin and wrote On War, which is considered by many to be one of the most influential works of military philosophy in both Western & Eastern thought.

  6. Theater of war. In his book On War, Carl von Clausewitz defines the term Kriegstheater (translating the older, 17th-century Latin term theatrum belli) as one that:

  7. Carl von Clausewitz kritisiert den Begriff in seinem Hauptwerk Vom Kriege als militärwissenschaftlich unbrauchbar: „Was wir davon zu sagen haben besteht fast nur in der Worterklärung. Wir finden den Ausdruck in den neueren Schriftstellern sehr häufig gebraucht, und sogar mit der Prätension etwas Eigenthümliches dadurch zu bezeichnen, – guerre d’invasion kommt bei den Franzosen ...