At the same time that in France Jomini reassembled the various strands of the French School in his interpretation of Napoleon1s unprecedented series of overwhelming successes, a new school of military thought arose in Prussia under the leadership and guidance of Scharnhorst; comprising, together with himself and Clausewitz, two other military thinkers, well known and highly esteemed in their own day, but long buried in complete oblivion from which they have been rescued only during the last few years: F.K. von Lossow and Ruhle von Lilienstern.'
"Scharnhorst to Schlieffen: The Rise and Decline of German Military Thought,"
Naval War College Review: Vol. 29
, Article 8.
Available at: http://digital-commons.usnwc.edu/nwc-review/vol29/iss3/8