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Karl Von Clausewitz Quotes

Karl Von Clausewitz Quotes & Quotations
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Karl Von Clausewitz
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    A conqueror is always a lover of peace. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    Although our intellect always longs for clarity and certainty, our nature often finds uncertainty fascinating. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    Courage, above all things, is the first quality of a warrior. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    Everything in war is very simple. But the simplest thing is difficult. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    Everything is very simple in war, but the simplest thing is difficult. These difficulties accumulate and produce a friction which no man can imagine exactly who has not seen war. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    I shall proceed from the simple to the complex. But in war more than in any other subject we must begin by looking at the nature of the whole; for here more than elsewhere the part and the whole must always be thought of together. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    If the leader is filled with high ambition and if he pursues his aims with audacity and strength of will, he will reach them in spite of all obstacles. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    Many intelligence reports in war are contradictory; even more are false, and most are uncertain. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    Never forget that no military leader has ever become great without audacity. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    Principles and rules are intended to provide a thinking man with a frame of reference. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    To secure peace is to prepare for war. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    Two qualities are indispensable: first, an intellect that, even in the darkest hour, retains some glimmerings of the inner light which leads to truth; and second, the courage to follow this faint light wherever it may lead. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    War is not an exercise of the will directed at an inanimate matter. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    War is not an independent phenomenon, but the continuation of politics by different means. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    War is not merely a political act but a real political instrument, a continuation of political intercourse, a carrying out of the same by other means. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    War is nothing but a continuation of politics by other means. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    War is nothing but the continuation of politics with the admixture other means. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    War is nothing more than the continuation of politics by other means. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    War is regarded as nothing but the continuation of state policy with other means. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    War is the continuation of politics by other means. Karl_Von_ClausewitzKarl Von Clausewitz
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    War is the domain of physical exertion and suffering. Karl_Von_Clausewitz/21.php">Karl Von Clausewitz
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    War is the province of danger. Karl_Von_Clausewitz/22.php">Karl Von Clausewitz