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The deployment, martialing and maneuver of low-level units to achieve military advantage.

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system worked well enough for the French to stomp all over the other armies of Europe who used linear tactics and smaller, long service armies. Pretty much all of the armies in Europe, save the British and … while the British who continued to use linear tactics were an important participant in the Napoleonic Wars in terms of their naval and financial contributions, they were a very minor player on land …
answered Nov 24 '13 by Gary Menten
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as the other two charged. These tactics actually evolved from the French Revolutionary wars specifically as a method by which large numbers of less-trained troops could crush the linear formations … similar tactics were the British, but the ONE and only truly great general produced by England at this time was the Duke of Wellington. Wellington, was head and shoulders above in ability over any other …
answered Nov 22 '13 by Gary Menten