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  1. The Art of War by Sun Tzu, 2010-10-15
  2. The Art of War - Sun Tzu's Classic in Plain English With Sun Pin's : The Art of Warfare by Sun Tzu, Sun Pin, et all 2002-04-19
  3. Understanding Sun Tzu on the Art of War by Robert Cantrell, 2004-07-15
  4. The Art of War by Sun Tzu, 1971-09-15
  5. The Art of War by Sun Tzu - Deluxe Hardcover Edition by Sun Tzu, 2009-06-22
  6. The Art of War (History and Warfare) by Sun Tzu, 1994-02-11
  7. Sun Tzu: The Art of War (Restored Translation) by Sun Tzu, 2010-10-15
  8. The Art of War by Sun Tzu - Special Edition by Sun Tzu, 2007-06-22
  9. The Art Of War: The Oldest Military Treatise In The World (1910) by Sun Tzu, 2010-09-10
  10. Sun Tzu For Success: How to Use the Art of War to Master Challenges and Accomplish the Important Goals in Your Life by Gerald Michaelson, Steven Michaelson, 2003-01-01
  11. The Art of Warfare (Classics of Ancient China) by Sun Tzu, 1993-03-02
  12. Sun Tzu Strategies for Selling: How to Use The Art of War to Build Lifelong Customer Relationships by Gerald Michaelson, Steven Michaelson, 2003-10-20
  13. The Art of War -- Spirituality for Conflict: Annotated & Explained by Sun Tzu, Thomas Huynh, 2008-04
  14. Sun Tzu For Execution: How to Use the Art of War to Get Results by Steven W. Michaelson, 2007-01-19

1. Table Of Contents And Download Sun Tzu The Art Of War And Strategy Site.
Original translation of the Chinese classic.

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SUN TZU THE ART OF WAR's Sun Tzu The Art of War took over a year to complete. Countless hours were required to meticulously translate each individual character from the original Chinese text, cross referenced with more than six major English editions. Finally, an Art of War version you can feel good about reading! Tell a friend A lso enjoy our translation using the auto-scroller by clicking on any of the "S" items located to the right of each corresponding chapter below. A new window will open. To stop midway or when finished, close the window. Introduction by Chapter One: Calculations S-1 Chapter Two: Doing Battle ... S-13 If you want to master the entire Sun Tzu The Art of War book (and download our translation in printable Acrobat PDF, Word DOC, and Text formats), sign up for the Sonshi Daily . From the editors of For user interpretations of Sun Tzu verses, simply click on "?" while reading; or add your

2. Sun Tzu Strategy Website
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3. Sun Tzu Quotes, And Sun Tzu The Art Of War Quotes
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4. Sun Tzu - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Sun Tzu ( also commonly written in pinyin Sun Zi) was the author of The Art of The only surviving source on the life of Sun Tzu is the biography
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Sun Tzu (孫子 also commonly written in pinyin Sūn Zǐ ) was the author of The Art of War , an immensely influential ancient Chinese book on military strategy (for the most part not dealing directly with tactics ). He is also one of the earliest realists in international relations theory edit
Sources on Sun Tzu's life
The only surviving source on the life of Sun Tzu is the biography written in the 2nd century BCE by the historian Sima Qian , who describes him as a general who lived in the state of Wu in the 6th century BCE , and therefore a contemporary of one of the great Chinese thinkers of ancient times— Confucius . However, the biography is not consistent with other sources for the period, and both the form and content of The Art of War suggest it was written between 400 BCE and 320 BCE . There is, however no confirmation of any of this at this time. Sun Tzu's own work, The Art of War - which is more correctly called "ping-fa" - appears to provide a number of direct clues to his life. For example, war chariots described by Sun Tzu were used for a relatively brief period ending in the 4th century BCE, so the inclusion of these into his work dates at least part of the work to that time according to some military analysts. Some scholars have concluded that Sun Tzu's work was actually authored by unknown Chinese philosophers and that Sun Tzu did not actually exist as a historical figure. This can be seen further in the way that the historicity of Sun Tzu is discussed extensively in the introduction to Giles' 1910 translation available as a

5. Sun Tzu Art Of War Strategy Site By s Sun Tzu Art of War translation, daily updates, message board.
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7. Sun Tzu Art Of War In Information Warfare,
by Lieutenant Colonel William R. Fast, United States Army
Sun Tzu Art of War in Information Warfare
BALANCING ENDS, WAYS, AND MEANS IN THE INFORMATION AGE by Lieutenant Colonel William R. Fast United States Army ABSTRACT: Introduction
As we enter a new technological age, devising the proper national security strategy can have a profound effect on the outcome of war. There is no better example than the French approach after World War I. During the interwar period from 1919 to 1939, France formulated a weak and vulnerable strategy of forward defense, driven by her obsession with the methodical battle technique perfected at the end of World War I. On 10 May 1940, the world watched with horror as Germany, with far fewer resources, successfully invaded the Low Countries and Northern France. Germany had made the right strategic choices; her blitzkrieg concept of warfighting took full advantage of the mechanization of warfare. (Note 1) While France was mired in an older strategy, Germany was energized by emerging technology to develop a bold offensive strategy. Today, man's ways of making war are changing again because of new information age technologies. What can we do today to avoid repeating the French debacle? In War and Anti-War, Alvin and Heidi Toffler argue that we need to formulate a capstone concept of knowledge strategy to effectively take advantage of these information age technologies.

8. Sun Tzu - El Arte De La Guerra
Formato en l­nea de dicha obra escrita por el autor cl¡sico chino Sun Tzu.
Introducción y traducción al Español realizadas por Antonio Rivas
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El Arte de la Guerra
Capítulo 1: Estimaciones

Capítulo 2: Hacer la Guerra

Capítulo 3: Estrategia Ofensiva

Capítulo 4: Disposiciones
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9. Sun Tzu. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Sun Tzu. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 200105.
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10. China's Military And Sun Tzu: What Every American Should Know
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China's military and Sun Tzu: What every American should know
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Monday 19 January 2004 The Chinese military is extremely nationalistic in the worst possible way. There seems to be little doubt that China sees Asia and the Pacific region as its own special sphere of influence, an interest threatened by a powerful American presence. This is common knowledge in the intelligence community. For example, Al Santoli, an analyst at the American Foreign Policy Council, went public with it several years ago. Clinton was even briefed on the Chinese military's ambitions and nationalistic fervor — and a fat lot of good it did. As one insider sighed: "He doesn't seem to care." And this is why he allowed so much advanced technology with powerful military applications to casually pass into Chinese hands. Imagine the tragic consequences for Britain if Chamberlain* had allowed its radar technology to be sold to Nazi Germany so he could fatten his political war-chest. And yet, that is exactly what Clinton did. Despite China's aggressive behavior, Clinton ordered the Pentagon to strengthen contacts with the PLA. This was one helluva a one-way street and was guaranteed to significantly improve the PLA's battlefield tactics and refine its use of technology. And what did Americans get out of it? Don't even think about it. But this has all happened before.

11. The Art Of War
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12. Education - Sun Tzu (The Art Of War) - Introduction
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Sun Tzu (The art of War)
was written by Sun Mo in The Spring and Autumn Period (B.C. 512), which is roughly the same period as Confucius. Sun Mo's father was a senior officer in the military establishment, which helped to develop his interest in tactical warfare at an early age and lead him to become an expert in the military field.
He was introduced to the emperor of Wu Kingdom by Wu Gi Xu to explain his art of war theories. Having successfully demonstrated the military strategies with the emperor's royal concubines at the emperor's request, the emperor eventually agreed to employ him as his General.
Applications of the Book
The strategies in the "The Art of War" were widely followed in Japan in medieval times (15th to 16th Century), and the Japanese military classic "Book of Five Rings", written by Miyamoto Musashi, a noted samurai (1645), contained many similarities to Sun Tzu's teachings.
The book has been translated into different languages such as, English, Japanese, German, French and Russian, which is highly valued in different countries especially as a reference book for various military academies around the globe.

13. A Balkan Sun Tzu Vs. The NATO Clausewitz: A Tentative Interpretation Of The Serb
A tentative Interpretation of the Serbo NATO War
A Balkan Sun Tzu vs. the NATO Clausewitz:
A Tentative Interpretation of the Serbo - NATO War April 4, 1999 Comment: #252
Discussion Thread: #s , and References: [1] Roy Gutman, ATTACK ON YUGOSLAVIA: NATO Races With Milosevic," Long Island Newsday , March 30, 1999, Pg. 17. [2]John Keegan, Defence Editor, "Are the air strikes working?" Electronic Telegraph (ISSUE 1405), 31 March 1999. [3] Joel A Ruth, "Serbia: The lesson of Army Group E," Co 1999, WorldNetDaily [4] VERAN MATIC, "These Bombs Don't Help," New York Times (Op-Ed), April 1, 1999 Not bad for 10 days work by a Balkan thug, who, according to the Times of London, has no strategy. What follows are my tentative impressions of Serbian strategy juxtaposed to NATO's strategy, quickly processed through what I will call a Boydian filter. I offer these comments solely as food for thought. They have been weighing me down for the worst weeks of my professional life. Perhaps they will help someone somewhere, but if you don't like speculative or interpretive or depressing arguments, I suggest you hit the "DELETE" button now. I. Strategic Overview

Sun Tzu ON THE ART OF WAR. THE OLDEST MILITARY TREATISE IN THE WORLD. Translated from the Chinese with Introduction and Critical Notes BY LIONEL GILES, MA
Translated from the Chinese with Introduction and Critical Notes
Assistant in the Department of Oriental Printed Books and MSS. in the British Museum
First Published in 1910 To my brother Captain Valentine Giles, R.G. in the hope that a work 2400 years old may yet contain lessons worth consideration by the soldier of today this translation is affectionately dedicated. This publication is based on an Etext version provided by the Project Gutenberg . Dr. Giles's commentaries are inluded for the benefit of those who are not familiar with the Ancient Chinese History (500 BC). Etext Annotations Preface to the Project Gutenburg Etext

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16. The Text Of Sun Tzu
That, therefore, is the text of Sun Tzu which appe ars in the War section of Fortunately, two versions of Sun Tzu, even older than the newly discovered
The Text of Sun Tzu
I have found it difficult to glean much about the history of Sun Tzu's text. The quotations that occur in early authors go to show that the "13 chapters" of which Ssu-ma Ch`ien speaks were essentially the same as those now extant. We have his word for i t that they were widely circulated in his day, and can only regret that he refrained from discussing them on that account. Sun Hsing-yen says in his preface: During the Ch`in and Han dynasties Sun Tzu's ART OF WAR was in general use amongst militar y commanders, but they seem to have treated it as a work of mysterious import, and were unwilling to expound it for the benefit of posterity. Thus it came about that Wei Wu was the first to write a commentary on it. As we have already seen, there is no reasonable ground to suppose that Ts`ao Kung tampered with the text. But the text itself is often so obscure, and the number of editions which appeared from that time onward so great, especially during the T`ang and S ung dynasties, that it would be surprising if numerous corruptions had not managed to creep in. Towards the middle of the Sung period, by which time all the chief commentaries on Sun Tzu were in existence, a certain Chi T`ien-pao published a work in 15 C HUAN entitled "Sun Tzu with the collected commentaries of ten writers." There was another text, with variant readings put forward by Chu Fu of Ta-hsing, which also had supporters among the scholars of that period; but in the Ming editions, Sun Hsing-yen tells us, these readings were for some reason or other no longer put into circulation.

17. Sun Tzu - Biography And Works
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18. Israelinsider:Remembering Sun-Tzu: Israel And The Art Of War
Article about Sun Tzu Art of War and Israel's military policies.
Louis Rene Beres, Professor Department of Political Science, Purdue University, was educated at Princeton (Ph.D., 1971) and is author of many publications dealing with Middle Eastern security issues. More from Louis Rene Beres Terrorism and the global clash of civilizations The bomb in the basement The "cycle of violence" in the Middle East Barbarism disguised as "Resistance" ... Country on high alert after Netanya blast Remembering Sun-Tzu: Israel and The Art Of War
By Louis Rene Beres March 20, 2001
Chinese military thought likely originated with neolithic village conflicts almost five thousand years ago. But it was Sun-Tzu's THE ART OF WAR, written sometime in the fifth century BCE, that synthesized a coherent set of principles designed to produce military victory and minimize thechances of military defeat. The full corpus of this work should now be studied closely by the IDF General Staff and by others who would wish to strengthen Israel's military posture and associated order of battle. Let us begin with Sun-Tzu's principles concerning diplomacy. Political initiatives and agreements may be useful, we are instructed, but military preparations should never be neglected. The primary objective of every state should be to weaken enemy states without actually engaging in armed combat. This objective links the ideal of "complete victory" to a "strategy for planning offensives." In Chapter Four, "Military Disposition," Sun-Tzu tells his readers: "One who cannot be victorious assumes a defensive posture; one who can be victorious attacks....Those who excel at defense bury themselves away below the lowest depths of Earth. Those who excel at offense move from above the greatest heights of Heaven."

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William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania, is among our favorite thinkers. He held people in high regard, in terms of wisdom and civility, and expected everyone to pass that hurdle. Expect more of yourself and of the people around you. It is with this intention we re-introduce to readers at his writings. The consummate leader and strategist should be good with both the sword and Penn.
"I find all sorts of People agree, whatsoever were their Animosities, when humbled by the Approaches of Death: Then they forgive, then they pray for, and love one another: Which shews us, that it is not our Reason, but our Passion, that makes and holds up the Feuds that reign among men in their Health and Fulness. They, therefore, that live nearest to that which they should die, must certainly live best." William Penn.
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