Schneider's excellent "Structure of Strategic Revolution" is perhaps the best one-book lesson on modern military theory I have yet found. He starts with a concise and excellent deconstruction of historical military theory, much in the manner of Svechin himself. Perhaps as like Svechin, Schneider is a teacher of military theory and has applied his classes to his own theoretical work. So for those of you unable to attend the US Army's School of Advanced Military Studies and become, as they call it "a Jedi Knight", then read on.
But the beginning is just to lay a framework for an overview of the Red Army group of military theorists of the 20s and 30s whose story of tragic… Read more