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Practical Strategy, as Illustrated by the Achievements of the Austrian Field Marshal Traun. Frederick the GreatÕs Preceptor in the Art of War.

Pamphlet]. De Peyster, J. Watts

Published by Catskill, NY. Joseph Joesbury, ÒJournal OfficeÓ. ., 1863
Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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64 pp. 8vo. Inspired by the difficulty of Lincoln in finding an active, successful general for the Union Army, the author, a military historian, reviews the practical precepts of Field Marshal Traun, tutor to Frederick the Great, and other military authorities in an attempt to elicit the core of their practical and successful teaching. List of references and errata on inside of rear cover. The outside of the rear cover contains the authorÕs exhortium to the populace hoping to evoke a leader like Traun to lead the country out of the rebellion and tyranny of the Civil War. Lower right corner off front cover, not involving text. Fading of covers. Chips from spine. Else, Very Good. Bookseller Inventory # 6527

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Title: Practical Strategy, as Illustrated by the ...

Publisher: Catskill, NY. Joseph Joesbury, ÒJournal OfficeÓ. .

Publication Date: 1863

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Very Good

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