Carl von Clausewitz is known today as the West’s most influential military thinker. His seminal treatiseOn Warlies at the heart of modern military doctrine. One recent article evencompared its status among U.S. officers to that of St. Paul’s letters among Christians.
For generations of readers ofOn War, Clausewitz, the private man, has been of a bit of mystery. Contemporaries noted that he was reserved and spoke freely and genially in the company of good friends. Although a veteran of many battles and campaigns, Clausewitz often avoided directly citing his own experience in his writings. Only recently his military achievements became the subject of an extensive study, found largely in Donald Stoker’sClausewitz: His Life and Work.
The newly discovered complete correspondencebetween Carl and Marie von Clausewitz offers invaluable clues about the military theorist’s times, personal life, and writing habits. And, finally, they shed some light on Carl as the person and writer, instead of just the theorist.
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