3 edition of Strategic Surrender found in the catalog.
by Stanford Univ Pr
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
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Strategic surrender (The Politics of Victory and Defeat). "Strategic Surrender" by Paul Kecskemeti is a clear, succinct, and cogent analysis of the surrender policies followed in World War II, joined with a proposed. In the book, Strategic Surrender, subtitled, “The Politics of Victory and Defeat,” a member of the Social Science Division of Rand Corporation reports on a research study pointed at end-of-war questions.
For the most part, any high-ranking staff officer could well consider the questions and answers raised by the author, Paul Kecskemeti.
Strategic Surrender: The Politics of Victory and Defeat. by Paul Kecskemeti. Stanford University Press. $ Few criticisms of Western leadership during World War II have been accepted more uncritically than the charge that the war was unnecessarily prolonged by insistence upon the unconditional surrender of Germany.
A study dealing with strategic surrender as a problem in political theory and, in particular, with the surrender policy of the Western Allies in World War II. The context in which this theoretical problem arises is that of the transition from war to peace when one side is completely victorious.
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General strategic and political consideration: Surrender as a strategic concept ; Surrender as a political concept --Four case studies: The French surrender (June ) ; The Italian surrender (September ) ; The German surrender (May ) ; The Japanese surrender (August ) --Unconditional surrender: The Allies' policy in World War II --Surrender in future strategy: Away from.
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cation of a book Strategic Surrender, by Paul Kecskemeti, Stanford University Press, i The book is a Rand Corp. research study. Book 8 in the Urban Seductions series. Kiera Patrick has one rule and one rule only—she keeps work and play separate. She doesn't intend to follow her playboy wizard partner's example and let her love life make a mess of her magical work life.
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Strategic surrender. Jonathan Speck and Henry Brandts-Giesen, October Jonathan Speck TEP is Managing Partner and Henry Brandts-Giesen TEP is a. The book is a testimony to man's capacity to determinedly believe a worldview despite all evidence to the contrary. Onoda explained away multiple newspaper and radio reports, communications by search parties and even broadcasted speeches by his own family telling him the war was over because he could not conceive of a Japanese surrender This /5.
Strategic Surrender Elizabeth Lapthorne Kiera Patrick has one rule and one rule only—she keeps work and play separate. She doesn’t intend to follow her playboy wizard partner’s example and let her love life make a mess of her magical work life. An illuminating analysis of strategic surrender--the orderly capitulation of the loser's remaining forces--as a problem in political theory.
Four cases are examined: the French surrender of Junethe Italian surrender of Septemberthe German surrender of and the Japanese surrender of August The discussion includes the question of unconditional surrender, and the relevance. The following communication from Brig. Gen.
Thomas R. Phillips, USA (Ret.), is offered in amplification of the editors’ note with which we preceded Michael Amrine’s review of the book, Strategic Surrender, in our October issue. Frederick "Fred" Mayer (28 Octoberin Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden, Germany – 15 Aprilin Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia) was a German-born Jew who became an American spy as an OSS agent for the United States during World War negotiated the surrender of the German Army in Innsbruck, Austria, in after he was captured in "Operation Greenup".Gary Thomas, in his book Seeking the Face of God, makes this statement: “Christian health is not defined by how happy we are, how prosperous or healthy we are, or even by how many people we have led to the Lord in the past ian health is ultimately defined by how sincerely we wave our flag of surrender.” What he is saying is this: a major way to measure our spiritual health is to.This book changed the way I look at growing, not only my business, but as a human being.
*spoilers alert* The Surrender Experiment recounts its author’s life: still in his mid twenties, Michael A. Singer (who goes by Mickey) realized that the incessant chattering in his head, that same chattering we all experience, was not doing him any good.