Sun Tzu on the Art of War
Original and Unedited Translation of Sun Tzu on the Art of War.
In 1910, Dr. Lionel Giles, a staff member of the Department of Oriental Printed Books and Manuscripts at the British Museum in London, introduced the English-speaking world to an effective translation of Sun Tzu Bing Fa, literally translated as Sun Tzu on War Methods. Lionel Giles published his translation through Luzac and Co. in London and Shanghai under the more commercial title, Sun Tzu on the Art of War.
Although written in 1910, this translation of Sun Tzu’s work continues to be the standard from which other English translations of the Art of War are measured. Dr. Lionel Giles had both a solid background in military affairs and was fluent in Chinese where he served as a representative of the British government. He was uniquely qualified to translate the Art of War in a way that would explain what Sun Tzu meant with each of his passages.
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