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As we are to think of China as the greatest peace-loving nation on earth we are in some danger of forgetting that her experience of internal wars that no modern state can parallel Her long military records stretch back to a point at which they are lost in the mists of time She had built the Great Wall and was maintaining a huge standing army along her prolonged frontier centuries before the first Roman legionary was seen on the Danube Her history is marked by the countless rebellions that stir up the unforgettable wars that the clash of arms and masters of minds determine the new dynasties And during this continuous belligerency Art of War is found When we consider the phrase Art of War we no doubtfully relate to Sun Tzus manuscript Art of War But Art of War is not merely a writing itself it is a branch of study that long existed before Sun Tzus work If we to translate directly the meaning of Art of War it is in fact a law of orders in military organization not an aesthetic master piece Therefore in any military state where there are orders we can say that it is practicing the art of war However Sun Tsus work is creditable enough to receive the name Art of War Thus making him the predominant father of the study of war Early in the 500s BC during the competition of many dissociated warlord states Ho Lu of the Lu Kingdome was the first to notice and utilize Sun Tsus overwhelming ability in military leadership Sun Tsu demonstrated his ability by winning every single battle he fought in He then made Lu Kingdome the mighty among the others The Art of War is not only a guide on the battleground it is the combination of the studies of human mind political ideas philosophy geography and natural science Sun Tsus work later becomes the
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