Fighting by Minutes: Time and the Art of War

Praeger, 1994 - 186 Seiten

This book argues that time is the primary dimension in modern war and explores the paradoxes of warfare's temporal characteristics. Leonhard introduces a bold new theory that focuses on time as the critical component that controls all other aspects of war. Well-grounded in history, Leonhard's work is certain to take its place as a classic theory of war according to James R. McDonough, who wrote the foreword.

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Chapter One The Unforgiving Minute 1
Chapter Three The Two Phases of Conflict
Chapter Four Duration

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Über den Autor (1994)

ROBERT R. LEONHARD is currently assigned to the 2d Armored Division, Fort Hood, Texas. Formerly, he was a student in the Advanced Military Studies Program in the School of Advanced Military Studies at the United States Army Command and General Staff College. His first book was The Art of Maneuver: Maneuver Warfare Theory and AirLand Battle (1991).

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