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Principles of the art and science of war and their application in modern warfare . :> J) .:> ?j> ^^:> > > » > •> >:> > > >i> ?> ? >?v:» _> > > . >:> ^2> > j> >.> > .;> » ?> . > >:» > o> u> :> > -?; 3^ - > ^ ^ ^^ > > ^> > > » -> ^ • i> ~> :> :> > 5>> > >> > > >-> > >> > >? :> j^ ^> _!;> ^ ^ > > i> > > 3> v.»i> > j> ^ >. ^> ^ O ;^ 2> > », > ^?> >.>2> • > j> I2> ?• >:> o > 3 > 2> ^ o^ ^^ ~^ -^ ?>. -^ T* -^^ -^-^ X --S. i-^ •--.^ ^^ ^ / (/? / PRINCIPLES OF THE ART AND SCIENCE OF WAR AND thp:ir APPLICATION IN MODERN WARFARE, WITH KEMARKS ON THE HANDLING OF TROOrS ON THE FIELD OF BATTLE, 1^ -^ AS AT PRESENT PRACTICED, BY FRANK H. EDMUNDS, ?» First Lieutenant First Infantry, Instructor at thi United States Infantry and Cavalry School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, . VOm LEAVENWORTH. KAN: KECIMENTAI. PRINTLNfi OFFICE. TWENTIETH C. S. INKANTIIV 188a. V COPYRIGHT BY FRANK H. EDMUNDS. 1S83. PREFACE. The idea of preparing this work occurred to me during tlie courseof instruction in Mahan^a Outpost at this school last fall. The abovetext-book having been published before the introduction of breech-loading weapons, and previous to the modifications in tactics madenecessary by their introduction, as exemplified in recent wars, it isdesirable that some of the principles developed during the progressof these wars should be embraced in a preliminary study of the Artof War. It is hoped that this result will to some extent be accomplished bythis volume, which is a compilation from the best works bearing onthese subjects, embodying the principles deduced from a study of thehistory of these wars, and the opinions of many active participantsin them who are considered to be authorities on the questions they