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asked Status of merchants in feudal Europe
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accepted Why were there “hussars” all across Europe?
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comment Why were there “hussars” all across Europe?
In your bullet points, you said that uhlans and cossacks are tactically similar.. What did you mean?
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awarded  Commentator
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comment Why were there “hussars” all across Europe?
Do you mean "uhlans" and "cossacks" are tactically similar to hussar? Or lancers?
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comment Why were there “hussars” all across Europe?
"There really were not that many similarities between the two ages of hussars".. Then why were they called hussars?
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asked Why were there “hussars” all across Europe?
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comment What laws of war existed before the modern international treaties and conventions?
very complete and well-sourced answer. Thanks!
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accepted What laws of war existed before the modern international treaties and conventions?
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revised What laws of war existed before the modern international treaties and conventions?
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asked What laws of war existed before the modern international treaties and conventions?
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comment Army formation: veterans at the first line
Other advantages of less experienced troops behind: They can push the new troops forward and can prevent them from fleeing
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accepted What do “zones of influence” mean, according to the Treaty of Sevres after WWI?
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accepted What is the motivation of having heavy infantry to the right and light infantry to the left flank?
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7
revised Army formation: veterans at the first line
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suggested suggested edit on Army formation: veterans at the first line
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revised What decides who goes in the front rank in a line infantry formation?
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asked What decides who goes in the front rank in a line infantry formation?