Naval War College Review


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.'