August 1935

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Volume 19, Issue 3

Attacks are classified by the mission and means of executing them, as main and secondary (enveloping and holding) and as flank or frontal. While attacks involving single and double penetrations also involve holding attacks on some parts of the front, they will be discussed but briefly for the reasons which will appear obvious later on. Turning movements and double envelopments usually involve such large forces that they also will be given but brief consideration.

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