Arrogance on the Battlefield: A Primary Cause of Defeat, 1755-1991

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Time after time, arrogance, not artillery, has proven to be the downfall of some of the military's greatest generals. As case studies reveal, in repeated instances throughout history, what has hindered so many commanders is an over-inflated sense of superiority. Delusions of invincibility do not discriminate by age, nationality, military experience, the era in which men live, or the skill of their opponents. The only thing these leaders -- Burgoyne, Chelmsford, Percival, Braddock, Custer, Eisenhower, MacArthur, Mussolini, ...

Arrogance on the Battlefield: A Primary Cause of Defeat, 1755-1991 1997, Arms & Armour Press, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781854093196

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