The Strategy of Indirect Approach
by B.H. Liddell Hart
Publisher: Faber and Faber Ltd. 1929
Number of pages: 343
The original study of the strategy of indirect approach was written in 1929. In the years following its publication, the author continued to explore this line of thought, and from the results of such further study compiled a number of supplementary notes. WWII has provided further examples of the superiority of the indirect over the direct approach.
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