Conclusion

  • Leopold Scholtz

Abstract

Throughout history some military thinkers have attempted to reduce warfare to a basic formula. Their aim was not necessarily a sterile mathematical exercise, removed from the blood, fear and toil of real warfare, but rather to create an intellectual instrument on the basis of which the academic study of warfare could be structured more soundly.

Keywords

Combustion Europe Income Expense Smoke 

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Notes

  1. 22.
    Kestell A and van Velden, De Vredesonderhandelingen [The Peace Negotiations], pp. 1–8 (Kitchener — Burger, 4 March 1902); Preller Collection 16, pp. 90–93, Kitchener — Botha, 4 March 1902.Google Scholar
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    Leyds, Tweede Verzameling [Second Collection], II, pp. 180–181, (Salisbury — Kruger and Steyn, 11 March 1900).Google Scholar
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    G.D. Scholtz, ‘Die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog in Wêreldverband’ [The Second War of Freedom in World Perspective], I (Historia, 20(1), May 1975, p. 13).Google Scholar
  4. 67.
    Cf. Scholtz, ‘Die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog in Wêreldverband’ [The Second War of Freedom in World Perspective], II (Historia, 20(2), September 1975, p. 129).Google Scholar
  5. 80.
    Quoted in Scholtz., ‘Die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog in Wêreldverband’ [The Second War of Freedom in World Perspective], II (Historia, 20(2), September 1975, p. 116).Google Scholar

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