Army Performance, 1939-1945', Creveld
identifies the elements of 'moral force', whom he calls 'fighting power, the willingness to fight and the readiness, if necessary, to die.' The greater these elements, the less vulnerable an armed force will be to demoralization.
But it might be a shock to some if they knew Brendan has a rare condition called Ellis-van Creveld
syndrome - a bone growth disorder that leads to shorter limbs.
Fehrenbach's This Kind of War: The Classic Korean War History and Martin van Creveld
's Supplying War: Logistics from Wallenstein to Patton as we continue to build our readiness in Korea.
(13,14) This kind of polydactyly has been often seen with such syndromes as Ellis-Van Creveld
, Rubinstein-Taybi, Pallister-Hall, Laurence-Moon-Bardet-Biedl, Holt-Oram, and Down syndrome.
It is typically diagnosed in childhood and may occur on its own or as part of the autosomal recessive 'Ellis van Creveld
A rare case report of Ellis Van Creveld
syndrome in indian patient and literature review.
syndrome (EVC) is a rare autosomal recessive disorder with characteristic clinical manifestations, resulting from a genetic mutation in two genes, EVC1 and EVC2, mapping both in locus 16 on the short arm of chromosome 4 (4p16) in a head-to-head configuration [1, 2].
Such developments call to mind the words of the Israeli military historian Martin van Creveld
, who once told me, "Everyone can see it except the people in the capital cities." Either they will learn to see it and will address its causes, or the fleas will lose their dog.
And despite the criticisms of Basil Liddell Hart, Martin van Creveld
, John Keegan, and others, Coker argues Clausewitz is still unsurpassed.
Stickler dysplasia, Ellis-van Creveld
dysplasia,) or with some special terms (e.g.
* Martin van Creveld
, Command in War, Harvard University Press, Massachusetts, 1985, ISBN-13: 978-0674144415.