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The Art of War, by Sun Tzu (with Forward by Jonathan H. Westover, PhD)

The Art of War is an ancient Chinese military treatise dating from roughly 5th century BC, attributed to the Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu. In what has been heralded one of the greatest military strategy texts ever written, The Art of War has also found contemporary application in organizational leadership and strategy circles, with many leaders across governments and industries learning from its ancient Chinese wisdom.

 

About this edition of The Art of War:

 

This official edition of The Art of War is the unaltered, uncommented, edited text as written by Sun Tzu in the translation of Lionel Giles, first published in 1910. Giles original translation of The Art of War includes commentaries and historical asides that have been removed.

This edition of The Art of War is a 135 page long 5.25 X 8 paperback edition with cream paper and a red matte cover. It is a thin book that reads in about one hour, divided into 13 chapters. Additionally, many descriptive pictures have been included throughout to add to your reading experience and contemplation.

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