An interesting theoriest, but I think he's over-applied myself; a lot of the stuff he talks about, like the primary strategic implement being the army itself, and not the population base, held true for pre-industrial warfare but doesn't work so much in a modern total war framework.
Because most of his works were about operational level stuff, not strategic level stuff. Most plebs who aren't serious military historians or military personnel find tactics interesting, they find strategy interesting, but the stuff in the middle tends to bore.
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