Match the quote : 'War far from being an exact science is a terrible and impassioned drama'
Which theorist was most influential on Napoleon?
Which French marshal did Jomini serve?
Whose book on navies influenced Kaiser Wilhelm II?
Which American general led the 'March to the Sea'?
What was Bloch's correct prediction about the future of war?
Wars would involve fewer soldiers as more powerful weapons
War would be forced underground by artillery
Smaller battlefields as air power took precedence
Shorter wars as resources could not last
Which military leader can be criticised for ignoring naval power?
Which military theorist who fought in the Franco-Prussian War, claimed that courage could overcome all obstacles?
What factor did Clausewitz think was most important in battle?
Which battle took place in the Franco-Prussian War?
Which was the first country to introduce a General Staff?
Which was the last country to introduce a General staff?
Which British military theorist in the early 20th century was keen on naval blockades?
Who was the artillery 'guru' of WW1?
What were the German defensive lines of WW1 and WW2 called? TICK TWO
What British military theorist was most associated with tanks?
What was Napoleon's favourite shape?
When was the law of St Cyr introduced?
What did the law of St Cyr do?
Only French nationals could command armies
Limited size of army
Established a higher ratio of officers : soldiers
Match the quote: 'War is cruelty and you cannot refine it'
Name one of Von Moltke's favourite books.
War and Peace, Count Leo Tolstoy
On War, Carl von Clausewitz
Pride & Predjudice, Jane Austen
The Art of War, Sun Tzu
Who was described as the 'Mahdi of mass destruction' by Liddell-Hart?
Which one is NOT one of the 'paradoxical trinity' of Clausewitzian factors on war?
Climate & Terrain
Who marched to the sound of gunfire?
Which legate disagreed with Mahan over Jominian-style naval strategy?