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Questions pertaining to characteristics of armed forces' structure, manpower, equipment, or expenditures.

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Rákóczi, prince of Transylvania, rebelled against the emperor and wanted to liberate all of Hungary from Habsburg control. Obviously, most of the military under his command fought previously in the Ottoman … Sándor, another former imperial commander who joined the independence movement. Near the end of the war, Rákóczi gave him command over all the military with the order to continue fighting, but after …
answered Aug 17 '17 by vsz
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A typical example would be the colonization of America by European settlers, Spanish at the beginning, and other nations later. This is also a good example how a lot of sci-fi alien invasion stories ( …
answered Apr 11 '14 by vsz
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to their fields after the military campaign. So, in the period of the seven kings or in the early republic, why would anyone have wanted to join the army, especially if they had to pay for it out of … classes being impoverished and indebted due to the costs of their military service, indicate that being a soldier was not lucrative. People abandoned their professions, went to the army paying it out …
asked Mar 15 '17 by vsz
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early medieval castles which were just protecting the property of a single family, but military installations of late medieval to early modern Europe. So, what purpose did such small castles (most of …
answered Jul 1 '14 by vsz
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Schwern had a lot of very good points, but there are other factors as well. siege warfare. Most of the battles in 17th and 18th century were sieges, where at least one side was fortified. Bows and c …
answered Sep 27 '14 by vsz