The British Way in Warfare

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The British Way in Warfare

By Liddell Hart
Faber, 1932
311 pp. $12.00

Essays and lectures, in which a well-known and prolific military writer argues that England should not, as she did in the World War, give up her traditional policy of mobility and surprise, which are necessitated by her peculiar position.

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