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NAPOLEON’S WAR MAXIMS WITH HIS SOCIAL AND POLITICAL THOUGHTS
The dictionary defines the word ‘maxim’ as a short, pithy statement expressing a general truth or rule of conduct. Napoleon is widely regarded as one of the greatest military commanders of all time, and his military feats are well recorded, but his mastery of speech and propaganda are just as important. These collected maxims provide a valuable insight into the Napoleonic art of war. Here is the essence of Napoleon’s knowledge and wisdom and the fruit of his practical experience.