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" According to Napoleon and Clausewitz, the secret of a successful strategy is the concentration of fighting power on the main battle grounds; fortunately, owing to good luck and wisdom spawned by necessity, Japan has been able to concentrate its scant... "
Asian Firms: History, Institutions and Management - 第 37 頁
Frank B. Tipton 著 - 2008 - 432 頁
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Postwar Japan as History

Andrew Gordon - 1993 - 496 頁
...electronics including electronic computers. . . . According to Napoleon and Clausewitz, the secret of a successful strategy is the concentration of fighting...able to concentrate its scant capital in strategic industries.1 This bureaucrat presented a glowing but incorrect description of the development of Japanese...
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Shōwa Japan: 1952-1973

Stephen S. Large - 1998 - 320 頁
...electronics including electronic computers. . . . According to Napoleon and Clausewitz, the secret of a successful strategy is the concentration of fighting...able to concentrate its scant capital in strategic industries.1 This bureaucrat presented a glowing but incorrect description of the development of Japanese...
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Modern Japan: A Social and Political History

Elise K. Tipton - 2002 - 258 頁
...electronics including electronic computers, , , , According to Napoleon and Clausewitz, the secret of a successful strategy is the concentration of fighting...able to concentrate its scant capital in strategic industries,2 Notable in this quotation is not only the credit being taken by the bureaucracy for economic...
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