March 1938

A War of Movement-Some Factors for Consideration

Volume 22, Issue 1

To accomplish the mission of conquering and destroying the enemy's armed forces,-the objective in waging war,-success in battle is dependent upon the ability to move. Position warfare does not usually play a decisive part in reaching the objective. This short paper will deal with several factors concerned with a war of movement.


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