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October 24, 2013

Roman Infantry Tactics

Filed under: History — Brandon @ 7:29 am
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While researching for another post, I happened across several good pages about the tactics of ancient Roman soldiers.  This topic wasn’t really on the docket, but  decided to capture the links to the pages here and dive deeper later.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_infantry_tactics
http://www.roman-empire.net/army/tactics.html
http://romanmilitary.net/strategy/legform/
http://romanbattleformations.blogspot.com/


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October 8, 2013

Military History

Home > My Research > History > Military History


Despite the atrocities of war, military life continues to appeal to young men around the world. The uniforms, the weapons, the minute details of a battle or campaign, all these things capture the imagination. One cannot study history and remain ignorant of military actions, tactics, and organization. There is a lot to know about military history. This section was originally slated for My Lists page, but it became evident as I started gathering content that it really belonged under My Research.


Organization

Military Operational Units
Roman Infantry Tactics

Literature

Sun Tzu
Carl von Clausewitz
Mao Tse-Tung


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