The Art of War
Sun Tzu

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Art of War, The (and Gettysburg, Part 1) :: Sun Tzu :: Four in Hand, History Channel, 2009 :: 2:53 min.
The excerpt illustrates the advantage gained by the Union soldiers when, in keeping with Sun Tzu's military advice, they occupy high ground and their adversary fails to adapt its plan of attack. Featured scholar: Richard A. Gabriel; from the documentary The Art of War.

Art of War, The (and Gettysburg, Part 2) :: Sun Tzu :: Four in Hand, History Channel, 2009 :: 3:06 min.
The excerpt describes a key consideration for Sun Tzu, the disadvantages faced by the South at Gettysburg and their effect on General Longstreet and the attack. Featured scholars: Bevin Alexander and Richard A. Gabriel; from the documentary The Art of War.

Art of War, The (and WW II, Part 1) :: Sun Tzu :: Four in Hand, History Channel, 2009 :: 3:24 min.
The clip uses World War II to illustrate Sun Tzu's tactic of deception, applying it to General Eisenhower's ploy at Normandy. Featured military scholars: Bevin Alexander, Angelo Caravaggio, and Richard A. Gabriel, from the documentary The Art of War.

Art of War, The (and WW II, Part 2) :: Sun Tzu :: Four in Hand, History Channel, 2009 :: 3:19 min.
Dramatizing the U.S. landing at Normany, the clip illustrates Sun Tzu's admonition for generals to place their troops on deadly ground. Featured scholars: Bevin Alexander, Angelo Caravaggio, and Richard A. Gabriel, from the documentary The Art of War.

Art of War, The (and Vietnam) :: Sun Tzu :: Four in Hand, History Channel, 2009 :: 3:24 min.
The Vietcong's guerrilla tactics, pitted against conventional US tactics, illustrate Sun Tzu's focus on the unconventional and on an enemy's weaknesses. Featured scholars: Richard A. Gabriel, Mark McNeilly, and Andrew Wilson, from the documentary The Art of War.

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