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By all the standards of modern war, they should have: a national leader captured on the battlefield, a national government in flight, an army in disarray—any of these should have been sufficient reasons for surrender. To Moltke's surprise, and everyone else's, the French showed no signs of being reasonable. Before long, German lines of communication were under attack by French irregulars (the francs-tireurs), and inside Paris, General Louis Trochu, the nominal commander on the spot, was laying plans of a sort for a long and self-denying resistance.
30 16. Tertius Chandler and Gerald Fox, 3000 Years of Urban Growth, with a foreword by Lewis Mumford (New York and London: Academic Press, 1974), 221, 363. See also, Kostof, The City Shaped,U-\3. 17. Sjoberg, The Preindustrial City,91-97; and Kostof, The City Shaped, 62-64, 106. A good deal of commentary on whether cities are ever "unplanned" seems to turn upon who does the planning. By adopting a presentist standard—that is, that nothing is planned unless a city planning commission does it—urbanographer Howard J.
For a public view, comparing the Marines and the Army's work in this field, see Tom Ricks, "Urban Warfare: Where Innovation Hasn't Helped," Wall Street Journal, 12 October 1999,10. 5. Including, most notably, John Keegan. uk, Internet). 6. See, for instance, Major General Robert H. , "The Indirect Approach: How U. S. Military Forces Can Avoid the Pitfalls of Future Urban Warfare," in Future Warfare (Carlisle Barracks, PA: U. S. Army War College, 1999), 173-85. 29 7. " 8. See Ulysses S. Grant, Memoirs and Selected Letters (New York: The Library of America, 1990), 292-304.
REVOLUTION IN WARFARE by B.H. Liddell Hart