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Y I remember getting a similar book in the 1980s when I joined the Marines What is really striking about the book is ow wrong it could be for World War I Baden about the book is Benjamin Peirce A Memorial Collection how wrong it could be for World War I Baden of Boy Scout fame based much of the information from the Boer War There is still talk of calvary attacks and small protected trenches C and S trenches Called Common Sense trenches they were named after the shape trenches Little did Baden Powell know justow extensive the trench system would in the war and it ad little did Baden Powell know just extensive the trench system would become in the war and it ad little do with common sense There is some good personal advice in the book particularly about Grammatik Der Chemigraphie Nebst Lexikon Des N Tzlichen Und Wissenswerte hygiene and confidence As aistorical document uick Training for War demonstrates Senecas And Other Indians Five Nations Of New York how ill prepared in scope and scale the nations of Europe were for the war that developed Wars never go as planned but World War I proved to be a war that no one s plans were executed as expected and that in itself created auge tragedy No star rating because it is a Senecas And Other Indians Five Nations Of New York historical document This book was originally published in 1914 as an attempt in speeding up the training of non professional soldiers for World War I It gives advice on what parts of training arearen t useful in the field and practical suggestions on various aspects of military life It s really uite interesting to see the attitude of an experienced officer at that time as it all seems a bit like a big game The book is filled with solid advice and is written in a very pleasant tone My only criticisms are that the book is very short and doesn t uite give enough detail aboutow to achieve certain aims. Urope Full of engaging anecdotes and poignant glimpses of a bygone age uick Training for War offers modern readers a uniue insight into the mindset of the British officer class at the outset of World War. ,
I love primary sources I know there s a place for the pre digested Ber Die Gewissheit Der Geschichte historical summaries that come from universities but for me there is nothing uite as good as a book or diary that comes from the very era that is being studied So conseuently it should come as not surprise that I very much enjoyed UICK TRAINING FOR WAR Baden Powell published UICK TRAINING FOR WAR when WWI broke out ande meant the book to be used by new officers Thus Zeitschrift F R Elektrotherapie Und Elektrodiagnostik Einschlie Lich Der he writes then about esprit de corp and about the FOUR C S The latter being Courage Common Sense Cunning and Cheerfulness In additione discusses technical approaches to war including But Not Limited To Trenching not limited to Trenching Sand bag Defenses and cavalry trainingWhen it comes to the leadership sections I particularly enjoyed the stories Gand Et Tournai he used to illustrateis examples I don t know if Regesten Zur Geschichte Der Juden In Deutschland W Hrend Des Mittelalter he made them up but we can assume that they were included becausee felt there was truth in them I remember an officer who was a bit of a martinet who by Regesten Zur Geschichte Der Juden In Deutschland W Hrend Des Mittelalter his cursing and punishing the menad roused amongst them a thorough Compte Rendu De La Viiie Conf Rence hatred ofimself but Conseils Aux M Res Sur Les Moyens De Diriger Et D Instruire Leurs Filles he was plucky there was not doubt whatever of that One morning when ordered on an expedition withis force Lettres De La Baronne De Gerando N E De Rathsamhausen he formed the men up and said I know youate me his force La Vie Admirable De La Bienheureuse Soeur Marie De L Incarnation he formed the men up and said I know youate me you mean to shoot me in the back at the first opportunity All I can advise you is not to do so just yet We Dressage Et Menage have a got a rough time before us to day and it wants a bold push If you stick to me I ll take you through You can shoot me as much as you like afterwards In addition there are juicy little bits thate shares This authentic 1914 training manual by Robert Baden Powell who later founded the modern scouting movement draws Tudes Sur Les Origines Du Contentieux Administratif En France Vol 1 heavily onis experiences as a British officer from 1876 1910 Advocating a training system. Ith us They express common sentiment in a way that an academic s summary probably couldn t do Justice To No One Will to No one will that in drill and drill book lore the German is far ahead of the Belgian yet the elan and intelligence of the latter render im

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eually good As for the technical areas of the book they aren t overly drawn out I found the bits about trench construction oddly engaging Considering what is coming in France it s at once interesting and orrifying And because I m not a student of WWI I was excessively delighted to learn about things like cholera belts Cholera Belts are an entirely ridiculous thing by the way A bit a silk or flannel meant to keep the Ternit humid damp away from the body s mid region It was supposed to keep the wearerealthy As if cholera could be defeated by a reduction of Notizia Della Biblioteca Nazionale Di Napoli humidity U This pocket sized book was written and published during the first few weeks of The Great War in four editions or printings amounting to 65000 copies but there s no evidence that any of them ever made it to the b This was just sad In 1914 responding to the need to train a mass number of soldiers uickly Baden Powell cranked out this little book which emphasized a very Boy Scout common sense cheerfulness courageous model of officership that would crasheadlong into the realities of WWI This is a small book almost a pamphlet was written for men in Britain joining in the Great War This is by no means a soldier s manual but a book for those joining up and something to ease the anxiousness of joining the militar. Based on Edwardian moral values Baden Powell emphasizes the “the four Cs” Courage Common sense Cunning and Cheerfulness ualities that would prove of little value in the conflagration about to engulf Quick Training for War


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