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  • von Clausewitz, Gen Carl

    Verlag: Everyman's library, New York, 1993

    Anbieter: David Gaines, Eureka, CA, USA

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    Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. No Jacket. Reprint. Boards (HB) in very good condition with rub to front title on cover and brown spots lower page edges. 870 pages with a guide and index. Signed by Author(s).

  • Bild des Verkäufers für "Das Wesen des Krieges. Zwei Kapitel der letzten Fassung des klassischen Werkes "Vom Kriege" und die letzte Aufzeichnung. " zum Verkauf von Antiquariat Thomas Rezek

    circa 16 x 21,3 cm. 1 Bl., Titel, 9-60 Seiten, 1 Bl. Original-Halbpergament mit Rücken- und Deckeltitel, im Schuber Eines von nur 110 Exemplaren der Engel-Presse, Handpressen-Druck in der Koch-Amtiqua, das Impressum von Ernst Engel signiert. - Zu Beginn merkwürdig paginiert, es fehlt aber wohl nichts (weisses Blatt, Vorblatt mit Motto, Titelblatt, dann Textbeginn als Seite 9). - An den Deckel und dem Schnitt ganz minimaler Anflug von matten Stockfleckchen, sonst sauber und gut erhalten.

  • Bild des Verkäufers für De la guerra. Versión directa del alemán. Prologo del teniente coronel de E. M. D. Juan García Benítez. Profesor de la Escuela Superior de Guerra. zum Verkauf von Peter Harrington.  ABA/ ILAB.

    First and only contemporary edition of the first translation of Clausewitz into Spanish. Scarce, just two locations on WorldCat: Biblioteca Nacional de España and Universidad Complutense de Madrid. This copy inscribed at the head of the Prologo by one of the translators, "A mi primer coronel hoy entusiaste é ilustredo general Don Joaquín Milans del Bosch, Abilio Barbero" (To my first colonel, today the enthusiastic and illustrious general Don Joaquín Milans del Bosch, Abilio Barbero). "In 1908, two students of the Escuela Superior, first lieutenants Abilio Barbero and Juan Seguí, translated some parts of the treatise On War selected by themselves. The printing shop of the Sección de Hidrografía, located at Calle de Alcalá No 56 in Madrid, published a book of 268. and there were enough Spanish military authors who distressed by the so-called "Disaster of 1898" in Cuba and the Philippines disseminated the teachings of the great Prussian writer of treatises. Yet, they kept looking for what could not be found in the work of Clausewitz: An obsession with infantry tactics and guidelines for colonial warfare and the protectorate wars in Africa. The complete Spanish text of On War was not available until the beginning of the Second World War. References to Clausewitz were made frequently in the lectures given at the academy of the army (Escuela Superior del Ejército, established in 1940), the older naval school (Escuela de Guerra Naval) and the more recently established academy of the air force (Escuela Superior del Aire). Yet, the critical stance taken by the British Liddell Hart and the French André Beaufre was widely spread" (Baquer, p. 313-14). Abilio Barbero Saldaña (1881-1940) entered the service in 1898, promoted second lieutenant 1901, rising to colonel by 1925. Served in the Rif War in Morocco (1921-26), his last promotions being on merit in the field. In 1936 he was made chief of staff of the third general inspectorate of the Army. He as the father of noted mediaeval historian Abilio Barbero de Aguilera. His co-translator, Juan Seguí Almuzara (1888-1936) was military attaché to the Spanish embassies in Brussels and Paris during Primo de Rivera's dictatorship. After the declaration of the Second Republic in 1931 he retired to Melilla where he became leader of the Falange in Spanish Morocco, heading the nationalist coup there on 18 July 1936. Returning to Spain, he organized local landowners in Andalusia into a Policía Montada de Voluntarios (Mounted Volunteer Police) carrying out surveillance and repression in the rear of operations. He died in August when en route to Badajoz from Seville with a group of fellow officers, the party being ambushed by Republican militiamen. The recipient, Colonel Milans del Bosch (1854-1936) served n the Third Carlist War (1872-76), and in the Philippines Tagalog War (1897-98) where he fought alongside future dictator Miguel Primo de Rivera. He rose through the diplomatic ranks and entered the royal household, becoming gentleman of the bedchamber to King Alfonso XIII, subsequently he was posted to Madrid and Morocco, where he was elevated to the rank of lieutenant general. In 1918 he became captain general of Catalonia, and was the instigator of the use of military methods against the La Canadenca strike of 1919, which precipitated his enforced resignation. The king, who tacitly supported his actions, rewarded him for his loyalty with the position of head of the Casa Militar de la Casa Real. In 1924 he was named civil governor of Barcelona by his friend, now self-proclaimed dictator, Primo de Rivera. In the years that followed Milans del Bosch was the head of a violent anti-Catalanist campaign directed at all Catalan cultural institutions. On the fall of the dictatorship in 1930 he was removed from office. When the coup of July 1936 failed, he chose not to flee Madrid and was arrested and executed a month later. Bookplate to the front pastedown of General José Serrano Rosales (1899-1993), Milans del Bosch's son-in-law, whose sympathies are clear from his motto "Al Servicio de Dios, de la Patria y del Rey", and subsidiary slogans "Santiago y cierra España" - "For St James and the sealed borders of Spain", the Christian war cry from the Reconquista, and"Vescilla regis prodeum", a version of the title of the Latin hymn known in English translation as "The Royal Banner forward goes". These together with various royalist and Christian emblems. Small press-mark tickets to front pastedown and half-title. Miguel Alonso Baquer, "Clausewitz, Spain and the 21st Century", in Reiner Pommerin, (ed.), Clausewitz Goes Global: Carl von Clausewitz in the 21st Century, Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Clausewitz Gesellschaft, 2011. Octavo (217 x 145 mm). Quarter pale streaked sheep, red morocco labels, light greenish grey glossy morocco-grained cloth, grey marbled endpapers, edges lightly sprinkled grey. A little rubbed, head-cap a touch scuffed. paper flaw crease to the title page, contents lightly marginally toned, overall very good.