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    The Emerging Power of the Czar's Imperial Army NOTE: This is essay is written in letter form, and I am writing it as if I were a Command & Staff Officer assigned to the German Kaiser in early 1900s, and was to report on the emerging power of the Czar's (Russian) Imperial Army following the Russo-Japanese War of 1904. Russian Imperial Army: The Organization and Tactics learned and applied during ======================================================= Post Russo-Jap War of 1904

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    The Roman army was known for its discipline, organization, and innovation, which allowed Rome to build an empire that would dominate the Mediterranean world. Also known for its longevity of survival, the Roman army was one of the most effective fighting forces in military history. Greek biographer Plutarch credits the founder of Rome, Romulus, with creating legionary forces that fought in a form of a militia, with recruitment dependent on a citizen’s social standing. Rome had six classes of wealth

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    What made the roman imperial army so strong

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    What lies behind the strength of the Roman Imperial Army has sparked considerable debate throughout modern scholarship, with the dominant view concluding that Rome’s Imperial military power was heavily influenced by its organisation and discipline. However, Adrian Goldsworthy has emphasised that the military’s organisation should not be exaggerated, claiming that it was flexibility that was ultimately the key to its success. The strength of the Army can explicitly be seen in its ability to maintain

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    Roman Army is, at the root of it all, the single force that created the largest empire known in western civilization, and maintained that empire for half a millennium. Being somewhat of a fan of the Roman Empire, and especially the military, I chose this book in anticipation of acquiring a bit more knowledge about the subject. The Roman Imperial Army completely exceeded my expectations. In his foreword (to the first edition) the author presents the thesis: "The booklet on the Roman Army produced

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    Rome’s’ Imperial Army active between 30 B.C. and 284 A.D. was the most powerful military organization of its time. It ruled the western world for over a thousand years. It is famed for its discipline, organization, and innovation in both weapons and tactics. It allowed Rome to build and defend a huge empire which for centuries dominated the Mediterranean world and beyond. Rome required all 17- 45 year old males to go to war for their country. Whenever an army was needed they were required to

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    Korean Comfort Women

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    slaves for the Japanese Imperial Army (Chunghee). Some of the women were dragged off with physical force as their families wept, while others were actually sold to the army by their destitute families (Watanabe). Still other were officially drafted by the Japanese Imperial Army and believed they would be factory workers or nurses (Hwang in Schellstede 4). Some Korean village leaders were ordered to send young women to participate in "important business for the Imperial Army" (Watanabe). Many Japanese

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    vietnam conflict

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    The Vietnam conflict Part of French Indochina, Vietnam was occupied by the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II. Ironically, America's first involvement in the region was in support of a Vietnamese patriot named Ho Chi Minh, the leader of a small nationalist movement which had been waging a campaign against the Japanese since 1941. At the end of the War, Ho and his "Viet Minh" movement actively resisted France's attempt to regain control of Vietnam, and turned to the Soviet Union and Communist

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    King George I

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    George I was born in 1660 at Osnabuuck, the eldest son of Ernest Augustus-Duke of Brunswick-Lunchburg and first Elector of Hanover. Because his father was the Elector of Hanover, George was the Electoral Price of the Empire. He was also in the imperial army, who faced battles against the Dutch, the Turks, Nine Years War, and in the War of Spanish Succession. George soon became a talented and experienced General. He went on to command in many wars. He eventually became lector of Hanover in 1698(2001

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    The Fixer

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    The Fixer In the novel, The Fixer, the author, Bernard Malamud, presents to us a poor Jewish handyman living in Russia during the early 1900’s, before the Russian revolution had begun. Destroyed by his wife’s disavowal, Yakov Shepsovitch Bok leaves his shtetl in search of opportunities for a better life. After a few months of desperate searching, Yakov sneaks out of the ghetto to look for work among the goyim. As he searches the streets, he stumbles upon a man who lay drunk on the floor. Yakov

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    the Imperial Japanese army. As they entered World War 2 Hideki Tojo was in power and played a huge role in the government and in their strategies during the second world war. As leader he conducted the Attack on Pearl Harbor. Finally, They received the devastating bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The Japanese had a huge affect on the second world war. The Imperial Japanese Army was the driving military force for the Japanese in the second world war. The Imperial Japanese Army was the "Army of

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