The Concise 33 Strategies of War is a detailed treatise on the craft of war by Robert Greene. read more...
War is a strangely unique characteristic of the human race. Mankind has never settled for peaceful negotiations. Instead, it has always managed to wage wars, proving its penchant for violence. In this book, Robert Greene discusses 33 strategies for waging war, discussing the theories of great generals throughout history. He discusses Napoleon, Margaret Thatcher, Shaka the Zulu, Lord Nelson, Hannibal, Ulysses S. Grant and others who offered their military expertise to their nations. These principles are valuable lessons in management as well, for although not all men may go to war, most of them must deal with others, and all human interactions are ultimately a form of war. read less...
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