Strategic victory

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A strategic victory is a victory that brings long-term advantage to the victor and disturbs the enemy's ability to wage a war. When a historian speaks of a victory in general, they are usually referring to a strategic victory.[1]

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  1. ^ Roshandel, Jalil; Lean, Nathan (2013-07-29). The Moral Psychology of Terrorism: Implications for Security. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. p. 71. ISBN 9781443851107.