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According to a different set of GDP estimates (which are PPP-adjusted to facilitate cross-national comparisons), Japan's economy is roughly in proportion to @TomAu's estimates of Japan's martial contributions. For example Tom estimates that Japan contributed more to the war effort than Italy. In every year of the war, Wikipedia estimates that Japan had a ...


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Sweden supplied war materials, especially ball bearings to both sides, why didn't Hitler declare war and cripple the Allies mechanized forces ? The day Hitler declared war on other Aryans to uphold a unworthy non Aryan ally like Japan, he wrote Germanys epitaph of doom.


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We may read what Whitaker has related in his "A Complete System of Universal History" (1821) about Jedso (Hokkaido): Their weapons are bows, arrows, and lances, and a kind of short scymetar. On some occasions they use poisoned arrows, being choleric, quarrelsome, and revengefull. Instead of shield or cuirass, they wear coats made of small, thin ...


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armor basically does the same job as a shield, and japanese armor is extremely advanced even without the use of metals, plus the ashigaru were most of the time given the long spear like the pike but minor differences, i forget the name but anyway, or the bow, some were bands of raiders that used swords, taken from fallen foes, and like the samurai following ...


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Late on the comment i know but, from what i gather*- evolution on the way of war runs slightly parallel with that of the native american indians, mainly the iroquous(vaguely) since both use mobility as the primary stratagim by geographical regions, neighbouring tribes/clans, weapon technology, principals etc...native americans would be best example so, ...



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