The wiles of war: 36 military strategies from ancient China

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Foreign Languages Press, 1991 - Education - 342 pages
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Clear explanations of tactics with historical examples of the successful application of each strategy. A useful book for military theorists, historians, with many applications for today's business community.

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User Review  - SPQR2755 - LibraryThing

Excellent presentation of this Chinese classic. Includes origins of strategies as part of Taoist philosophy and the I Ching. The author and publisher are Chinese and this helps give the book some ... Read full review

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Filled with some of the clever strategems I've ome across. Read full review

Contents

Strategy Two Besiege Wei to Rescue Zhao
10
Strategy Three Murder with a Borrowed Knife
24
Strategy Four Wait Leisurely for an Exhausted
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