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History Discussion at CGSC

About the LWOW

The primary purpose of this blog site is as an educational tool.

This blog site is designed to achieve several purposes related to history instruction at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.  First, it provides a forum for students to dialog regarding subjects that are addressed in the history instruction at CGSC.  Second, its an oppurtunity for students to further discussions and exercise critical and creative thinking skills, beyond the time and physical limits of the classroom.  It also provides an oppurtunity for students to focus their thoughts and opinions in writing without the pressure of deadlines, suspenses and grades.  Finally, it is an oppurtunity to illustrate to the public the complex issues with which military professional education wrestles. 

All comments on this site are the personal views of the individual writer, and are not in any way indorsed by the Department of Defense, the U.S. Army, or the USA Command and General Staff College. 

See the top of the home page for additional blog guidelines / rules.

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1 Comment »

  1. Dear Webmaster LWOW:

    Say, I don’t mind you using Clausewitz.com graphics (e.g., the Clausewitz-Jomini morph), but I’d rather you download the graphic and post it to your own server rather than draining my bandwidth by linking to the graphic on the Clausewitz.com server. Credit and/or a link to The Clausewitz Homepage would be nice. 🙂

    Chris Bassford
    Webmaster, Clausewitz.com

    Comment by Chris Bassford | September 5, 2011


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