Battle Leadership – Kindle edition by Adolf Von Schell. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks . Battle Leadership has ratings and 14 reviews. Robert said: Quick read at only 95 pages even taking notes. Lots of interesting first hand anecdotes as. Battle Leadership by Adolf Von Schell, is a classic that should be read by all combat leaders. Written between the First and Second World War, Von Schell.
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Mar 05, Robert rated it really liked it Shelves: Quick read at only 95 pages even taking notes. Lots of interesting first hand anecdotes as this German officer drew upon his experiences in the First World War German army to talk small unit command to his classmates in The Infantry School at Fort Benning, Georgia in Von Schell would return to Germany and his army career, serving in several command positions during the war until killed in December as a Lieutenant General. Very interesting Very interesting view of the psychology effects of war but more so the men of war.
Intriguing for any aspiring leader. Good Read Helped bolster those lessons taught at the basic level of military leadership.
Mar 18, Rob Wilensky rated it it was amazing. Short, easy to digest, and essential to aspiring leaders. I read this about 15 years ago and have consistently referenced the lessons. Feb 21, Daniel Dawson rated it liked it. The Dep Dant gave this to me after a football game Not as good as I had hoped. Give them something active to do. The commanders job is to inspire confidence. If you can do this, then half the battle is already won. Feb 10, Abdullah Almuslem rated it really liked it. The analysis done by the Author on the Psychology of soldiers and officers during the first world war can be applied to any sort of leadership to some extend.
The Author brings interesting stories from his own experience in the Russian front putting deep understanding of the humanitarian factor in such frightening war. This is unusual book to me and enjoyed reading it. Jun 16, Matt rated it it was amazing. As a combat veteran, I can personally attest to the truth and accuracy in this book. Adolf Von Schell does a very good job of using real-world examples, most of them personal experiences, to illustrate key lessons.
The main idea is that peacetime training is different than war, and the lessons are mostly concerned with how to make peacetime training more effective. When reading this book, you must remember that it was written just after WW1, so it is tactically outdated. That being said, there a As a combat veteran, I can personally attest to the truth and accuracy in this book.
That being said, there are timeless pieces of knowledge that anyone interested in leading troops into combat should know.
The Military Reviewer: Battle Leadership – Captain Adolf Von Schell
Jan 15, J. Gibson Hartley rated it really liked it.
Bagtle Schell’s book implores that modern leaders look more closely at the psychological challenges of warfare and apply increasing efforts to duplicating the chaos of battle in the training ground. While Schnell’s book is brief and full of many anecdotes, his advice is worth heeding as commander over 80 years later.
No doubt it’s insights will continue to prove valuable on any battlefield of the future. Apr 28, Adrien rated it really liked it. Respite with good military wisdom and stories of German Officership in the first World War, Battle Leadership is a practical resource for insight into the effect of war on leadersnip human dimension.
Easy to read –in total it may take around three to four hours.
If one is interested leaeership the more human side of war, especially in regards to leadership, it’s certainly worth a read.
Nov 29, Austin Carroll Keeley rated it it was amazing Shelves: His asolf into the nature of battle and small unit leadership are second to none. A book to be re-read multiple times as experience in the military increases. Jul 06, Wachlin Hotmail rated it liked it Shelves: This book discusses how to lead men in combat. It discusses how to handle different personalities, how to prepare your troops psychologically for combat and how to instill confidence in them.
It is written by a World War I German infantry officer. Mar 07, Christopher Brennan rated it really liked it Shelves: Really interesting analysis of the German Army in WW1 from a line officer. There are some really prescient comments battel the final two Chapters about the limits in the American military model of the interwar period.
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Yet it cannot be learned as one learns mathematics.
It must be sensed. Unfortunately we cannot formulate a set of psychological rules; human reactions can never be reduced to an exact science.
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