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Early life[ edit ] Fuller was born in ChichesterWest Sussex and is the son of an Anglican clergyman. His nickname of "Boney", which he was to retain, is said to have come either from an admiration for Napoleon Bonaparte or from an imperious manner combined with military brilliance which resembled Napoleon's.
In the spring of Fuller was sent with his unit to India, where he contracted typhoid fever in autumn of ; he returned to England the next year on sick-leave, where he met the woman he married in December He helped plan the tank attack at the 20 November Battle of Cambrai and the tank operations for the Autumn offensives of His Plan for a fully mechanised offensive against the German army was never implemented.
After he held various leading positions, notably as a commander of an experimental brigade at Aldershot. After the war Fuller collaborated with his junior B. Liddell Hart in developing new ideas for the mechanisation of armies, launching a crusade for the mechanization and modernization of the British Army.
Chief instructor of Camberley Staff College fromhe became military assistant to the chief of the Imperial General Staff in In what came to be known as the "Tidworth Incident", Fuller turned down the command of the Experimental Mechanized Forcewhich was formed on August 27, The appointment also carried responsibility for a regular infantry brigade and the garrison of Tidworth Camp on Salisbury Plain.
Fuller believed he would be unable to devote himself to the Experimental Mechanized Force and the development of mechanized warfare techniques without extra staff to assist him with the additional extraneous duties, which the War Office refused to allocate.
He was promoted to Major-General in and retired three years later to devote himself entirely to writing. On his retirement inimpatient with what he considered the inability of democracy to adopt military reforms, Fuller became involved with Sir Oswald Mosley and the British Fascist movement.
As a member of the British Union of Fascists he sat on the party's Policy Directorate and was considered one of Mosley's closest allies. Like Fuller, theorists of Blitzkrieg partly based their approach on the theory that areas of large enemy activity should be bypassed to be eventually surrounded and destroyed.
Blitzkrieg-style tactics were used by several nations throughout the Second World War, predominantly by the Germans in the invasion of PolandWestern Europeand the Soviet Union While Germany and to some degree the Western Allies adopted Blitzkrieg ideas, they were not much used by the Red Armywhich developed its armored warfare doctrine based on deep operationswhich were developed by Soviet military theorists Marshal M.
Fuller was the only foreigner present at Nazi Germany's first armed manoeuvres in Fuller frequently praised Adolf Hitler in his speeches and articles, once describing him as "that realistic idealist who has awakened the common sense of the British people by setting out to create a new Germany".
He continued to speak out in favour of a peaceful settlement with Germany. Although he was not interned or arrested, he was the only officer of his rank not invited to return to service during the war.
There was some suspicion that he was not incarcerated in May along with other leading officials of the BUF because of his association with General Edmund Ironside and other senior officers.
Mosley himself admitted to "a little puzzlement" as to why Fuller had not been imprisoned.
Fuller died in FalmouthCornwall in Military theories[ edit ] Fuller was a vigorous, expressive, and opinionated writer of military history and of controversial predictions of the future of war, publishing On Future Warfare in The Foundations of the Science of War [ edit ] Fuller is perhaps best known today for his "Nine Principles of War"  which have formed the foundation of much of modern military theory since the s, and which were originally derived from a convergence of Fuller's mystical and military interests.
The Nine Principles went through several iterations; Fuller stated that Grant was presented in They have been expressed in various ways, but Fuller's arrangement is as follows: What is the overall aim?Among other cherished values, the First Amendment protects freedom of speech.
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