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Clausewitz and the State: The Man, His Theories, and His Times
The Description for this book, Clausewitz and the State: The Man, His Theories, and His Times, will be forthcoming.
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Understanding War: Essays on Clausewitz and the History of Military Power
These essays provide an authoritative introduction to Carl von Clausewitz and enlarge the history of war by joining it to the history of ideas and institutions and linking it with intellectualExpand
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Persuasive images : posters of war and revolution from the Hoover Institution Archives
With powerful, often shocking immediacy, the 317 posters reproduced and discussed in this volume document the political and military conflicts of our century. These works reveal their meaning mostExpand
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Historical and political writings
Carl von Clausewitz's major theoretical work, On War, has retained its freshness and relevance since it first appeared 160 years ago. Clausewitz was also a wide-ranging, innovative historian--hisExpand
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Art as History: Episodes in the Culture and Politics of Nineteenth-Century Germany
Paintings and graphics, novels and poems are historical sources as well as aesthetic objects. Artists themselves become historians when they interpret the pastby painting a historical scene, forExpand
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5. Napoleon and the Revolution in War
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Three Perspectives on Art as a Force in German History
  • Peter Paret
  • Sociology
  • Central European History
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Some years ago the art historian Hans Belting published a short book, Die Deutschen und ihre Kunst, which recently came out in an English translation with a subtitle that indicates the author'sExpand
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