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B.H. Liddell Hart

One of the world's outstanding teacher-historians, Sir Basil Liddell Hart was born in Paris in 1895 and educated at St Paul's and Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. He joined the Army (Jing's own Yorkshire Light Infantry) and served in the First World War; in 1924 he as invalided and three years later retired with the rank of Captain. He evolved several military tactical developments including the Battle Drill system and was an early advocate of airpower and armoured forces. In 1937 he became personal adviser to the War Minister, but reorganization of the Army was so slow that he resigned a year later to press the need publicly. Liddell Hart was military correspondent to The Daily Telegraphy from 1925-35 and to The Times until the outbreak of the Second World War. He lectured on strategy and tactics at staff colleges in numerous countries and wrote more than thirty books. He died in 1970.

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Bibliographic information

Title Strategy: The Indirect Approach
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Natraj Publishers
Language: English
isbn 8181580087
length 420p., Maps; 23cm.
Subjects History