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" If then the concentration of all the means into a state of pure resistance, affords a superiority in the contest, and if this advantage is sufficient to balance whatever superiority in numbers the adversary may have, then the mere duration of the contest... "
On War - Page 22
by Carl von Clausewitz - 1908
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On war: tr. by J.J. Graham. 3 vols. complete in 1

1873
...certainty of success is realised. We shall resume the consideration of all this hereafter. [BooK i. If thon the negative purpose, that is the concentration of...contest. We see then that this class of means, the wearying out of the enemy, includes the great number of cases in which the weaker resists the stronger....
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Anthologie Mondiale de la Stratégie. Anglais

Gérard Chaliand - History - 1994 - 1072 pages
...stronger forms of combat which are on the side of the Defensive, and in which that philosophical-dynamic law which exists between the greatness and the certainty...contest. We see then that this class of means, the wearying out of the enemy, includes the great number of cases in which the weaker resists the stronger....
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The Essential Clausewitz: Selections from On War

Carl von Clausewitz, Joseph I. Greene - History - 2003 - 140 pages
...philosophical-dynamic law which exists between the greatness and the certainty of success is realized. If then the concentration of all the means into a state of...of cases in which the weaker resists the stronger. We see that there are many ways to one's object in War ; that the complete subjugation of the enemy...
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