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In eighteen months he had finished nine volumes out of twelve, but the publisher failed to produce the book and Moltke never received more than 25 marks. He accomplished this by means of directives stating his intentions , rather than detailed orders, and he was willing to accept deviations from a directive provided that it was within the general framework of the mission. In he was seconded for service on the general staff at Berlin, to which he was transferred in on promotion to first lieutenant. The German forces were grouped into three armies: the first of 60, men under Steinmetz, on the Moselle below Trier ; the second of , men, under Prince Friedrich Karl of Prussia , around Homburg with a reserve of 60, men behind them ; the third under the Crown Prince Frederick of , men, at Landau. Those 48, under Falckenstein managed to capture the Hanoverian army in less than two weeks, and then to attack and drive away the South German forces.
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Moltke on the Art of War: Selected Writings and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Moltke on the Art of War: Selected Writings Paperback – June 1, Helmuth von Moltke was neither a Prussian by birth nor a military officer by basic inclination. Field Marshal Helmuth Graf von Moltke is best known for his direction of the German/Prussian campaigns against Austria in and France in , yet it was during his service as chief of the General Staff that he laid the foundation for the German way of war which would.