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Defining Victory in the Aftermath of Successful Campaign: Convincing the Enemy to Accept Defeat

Tomasz P. Garbarczyk

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Paperback. 88 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.In the present world it is not enough to defeat the enemy to have a victory. Many wars were fought in the twentieth century, but only a few of them brought real peace. Since World War II the winner is also responsible for not only defeating enemy, but also to provide an order and security in the conquered territory. It is crucial for global security and prosperity. Many factors influence this process of nation building. It is important to know what is the most important for achievement of the success. Some people may say that acceptance of the defeat by the enemy is fundamental for this. Are they right Desire to finding it out led to the primary research question: Is acceptance of the defeat by the enemy required to have a complete victory over the enemy Answering this question requires an analysis of the impact of defeat on nations, what objectives the winner wants to achieve, which of these objectives require acceptance of defeat, and finally what kind of actions are used to force defeated nation to accept defeat. Changes which affected the present contemporary operation environment require from the winner less kinetic approach. Some examples of this may be found in historical examples, especially of the occupations of Japan and Germany. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781249406280

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Title: Defining Victory in the Aftermath of ...

Publisher: BiblioScholar

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In the present world it is not enough to defeat the enemy to have a victory. Many wars were fought in the twentieth century, but only a few of them brought real peace. Since World War II the winner is also responsible for not only defeating enemy, but also to provide an order and security in the conquered territory. It is crucial for global security and prosperity. Many factors influence this process of "nation building." It is important to know what is the most important for achievement of the success. Some people may say that acceptance of the defeat by the enemy is fundamental for this. Are they right? Desire to finding it out led to the primary research question: Is acceptance of the defeat by the enemy required to have a complete victory over the enemy? Answering this question requires an analysis of the impact of defeat on nations, what objectives the winner wants to achieve, which of these objectives require acceptance of defeat, and finally what kind of actions are used to force defeated nation to accept defeat. Changes which affected the present contemporary operation environment require from the winner less kinetic approach. Some examples of this may be found in historical examples, especially of the occupations of Japan and Germany.

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