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Antoine-Henri Jomini (; 6 March 177922 March 1869) was a Swiss military officer who served as a general in French and later in Russian service, and one of the most celebrated writers on the Napoleonic art of war. Jomini's ideas are a staple at military academies, the United States Military Academy at West Point being a prominent example; his theories were thought to have affected many officers who later served in the American Civil War. He may have coined the term logistics in his Summary of the Art of War (1838).

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Uniform title: Precis de l'art de la guerre. English
by Jomini, Antoine Henri, baron de, 1779-1869
Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press [1971]
 
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