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reviewed Leave Open Were death camps originally intended as death camps and if not, what changed?
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comment Where did Medieval Europe's gold come from?
Modern-day Slovakia was one of the Europe's most productive gold-mining areas. However, most of its gold was extracted.
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comment How severe were the casualties in ancient/medieval battles?
Whether retreat path is blocked or not affects casualties after the end of real fight, when one side flees. My question focuses more on casualties before this moment.
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comment Changing troops in first line during battle
@TomAu: thank you for the edit! It really helped :-)
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comment Changing troops in first line during battle
Yes, this is exactly the referrence I read and didn't remember. Napoleon's era is much earlier than the times I'm interrested in, but the information that changing troops during battle was a stratagem specific for Roman maniple (and some other well-organized armies) and not commonly used through antiquity and middle ages is exactly what I was looking for.
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answered 1972 textbook by Charles University professor on Thirty Years War
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