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Published: 2008

Author: Niccolo Machiavelli

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Size: 208 Pages

ISBN: 160096978X

On the Art of War

The Art of War was not limited to Sun Tzu. This take is, of course, a little more Machiavellian. Read it to get a Niccolo's stylistic take on the enterprise of warfare during the Renaissance Era. Unlike modern authors like Keegan, Niccolo's take is very political, practical, and emphasizes the nature of warfare in a period before modern horrors.

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