Growth of support for facism was a reason for Mussolinis appointment as Prime Minister,however there were many other reasons for Mussolinis appointment as PM, but growth of support was very important for him. The war and the mutilated victory, had an affect on Mussolinis appointment as PM. The main reason wad that the nationalists were bitterly disappointed that italy didn’t make any gains during the war. The nationalists claimed that Italy had been betrayed by the Liberal government, this shows that the nationalists might have wanted to overthrow the Liberal government and therefore supported Mussolini before he was appointed. This links into the title point that Mussolini had a wide support base and that it was growing.
Machiavelli describes his book as a summary of his “understanding of the deeds of great men,” intended to help Lorenzo de Medici achieve reputation as a prince. The book can be divided into four sections: the discussion about different types of principalities or states, the different types of armies and the proper conduct of a prince as military leader, the character and behavior of the prince, and Italy's political situation and solutions for it. The final chapter is a suggestion for the Medici family to supply the prince who will lead Italy out of humiliation. In the first chapter, entitled “Different Kinds of States, and the Different Ways to Get Them,” Machiavelli proceeds to map out a classification of states. In short, we have princely states and republics.
5. In Chapter 20, what three bits of advice does Machiavelli give the prince? He says it’s necessary to arm your subjects because it will make them loyal and protect the prince. Another bit of advice is that you become greater by defeating your enemies. One last piece of advice is that fortresses depend on the situation.
In Why Nations Go to War, Dr.John G Stoessinger talks about the role of individuals in starting wars. He is of the view that factors like economics, nationalism, alliance networks and even fate are often put forward as the primary reasons for the outbreak of a war, but the human element, the personalities, the hopes and fears and the particular worldview of the individual leaders of the country are not given nearly as much importance. The writer points out that wars are after all, started by people and to a large extent, the book deals with the lead up to the moment when people finally decide to go to war. The author holds a Ph.D. from Harvard and has taught at Harvard, M.I.T, Columbia and Princeton. He won the Bancroft Prize for his book, The Might of Nations and he has served as acting director for the political affairs division at the United Nations.
This too, strengthens the reader’s understanding of the main themes. The themes that aid in the reader's understanding are how wars can bring either the best or worst out of someone and how war can leave such a lasting effect on a society that fallen victim to war. The well thought-out strategies created among the commanders and their confidants that the author writes in complex details can make one feel as though they were sitting down among the generals themselves, planning what the next step will be! Straying far from the historical book stereotype, McCullough writes 1776 what many others have written beforehand, but in a way that makes one be on the edge of their seats, continuing to turn the pages to know what happens next. The author goes straight into the point leaving no small details out, for what the objective the author desires from the reader, is to see how the wrong words or changes in weather conditions can be contributing factors to the outcome of
Of all the ideas and theories Clausewitz presented in On War, my belief is that the most important and enduring elements are his idea that war is an extension of policy, his analysis of strategy, the trinity theory and his explanation of the components of war including friction in war, the fog of war and his centre of gravity theory. These ideas and theories from Clausewitz’s On War will be discussed in this essay and presented as his most important and enduring contributions to the theory of warfare. Clausewitz defined war as “an act of violence intended to compel our opponent to fulfil our will” (Clausewitz, P101) but argued that war should only be entered into when diplomatic methods fail as war is a continuation of politics and controlled by a political objective which is aimed at improving the situation. However war can therefore can vary depending on the nature of the policy and society of the time in which the war is waged. Clausewitz stated that success in war requires clear political aims and an adequate strategy (Clausewitz, P101).
The comparison comes as both nations always try to influence or help other nations that need help with either military force or diplomacy. Adrian Goldsworthy showed to the readers the political and military reasons why Ancient Rome fell apart and compares their ups and downs to a nation now that has overcome their ups and downs and still be strong nation. Many nations now learn from past nation’s mistake and try their harder to overcome it and not to make the same decision again. The Romans were still be a great empire today if they had the written notes about the mistakes they made from one emperors to the other of from one form of government to the new form of government as the current nations have
CHAPTER 27 I seem to have said enough to make you see why this war is in its very nature unavoidable, in its magnitude dangerous. It remains for me to speak of the general who ought to be selected for that war, and appointed to the management of such important affairs. I wish, O Romans, that you had such an abundance of brave and honest men, that it was a difficult subject for your deliberations, whom you thought most desirable to be appointed to the conduct of such important affairs, and so vast a war. But now, when there is Cnaeus Pompeius alone, who has exceeded in valour, not only the glory of these men who are now alive, but even all recollections of antiquity, what is there that, in this case, can raise a doubt in the mind of any one? CHAPTER 28 For I think that these four qualities are indispensable in a great general,—knowledge of military affairs, valour, authority and good fortune.
The soldiers from city of Gup communicate well with each other during the war, and win at the end of the war. Secondly, the reason why one must defend literature against tyranny is that literature has the ability to reveal the truth people have fail to see. "He believes that storytelling is our chief means of explaining the world to one another and ourselves, and the principal way we form intelligence. It is essential to human cognition. Stories teach the brain how to work."
When we talk about business is a "war" , as it somehow, and we employ different strategies to achieve victory by either selling or buying the desired product at the desired price or slightly more advantageous for the company but not the only that could be taken by this author so I shall take the most significant points for this race. The negotiator is always the person who is representing the manager of the company or if it is the case , is the one that plans everything and brings supports ( soldiers ) to close a deal that the company is looking for , taking into account what Sun Tzu says we could see the negotiator as the general who leads the troops to achieve their goals, such negotiations should be quick but long term , that is, the treatment is being sought with the other company should be closed as soon as possible not to retract the other negotiator , but is long-term because we want to establish a business relationship with the other company . As a way to summarize we say that the most important or main take of the book is the fact quick end to the actions we are undertaking and seek partnerships with these before the competition or better strengthen our business relationship