Posts Tagged portraits

A Portrait of Clausewitz As a Young Officer

This is another article I wrote for WarOnTheRocks’ (W)Archives column. It discusses, again, the newly found drawing of Carl von Clausewitz. You can read my initial post on the subject here. The new article explores the sketch’s possible dating. Dr. Gerhard Bauer, the expert historian of uniform and battlefield insignia at the Bundeswehr’s Museum of Military History in Dresden, was so [...]


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A New Drawing of Carl von Clausewitz Discovered

Among other things, writing a biography of Marie von Clausewitz has been a great exercise in networking and friendship-building. I have met some incredible personalities along the way and enjoyed endless discussions in person and via email. Some have shared their knowledge and tested my ideas. Others like Bernd Domsgen and Olaf Thiel from the [...]

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