Oct24

Operating Principles of the Trebuchet

Centuries before the development of effective cannons, huge artillery pieces were demolishing castle walls with projectiles the weight of an upright piano.

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Paul E. Chevedden, Les Eigenbrod, Vernard Foley and Werner Soedel
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Oct15

The Siege of Fort Zeelandia

The Siege of Fort Zeelandia , which took place in 1661 and 1662, ended the Dutch East India Company's rule over Taiwan

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wikipedia.org
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Oct11

Bracketing the Enemy

Forward Observers and Combined Arms effectiveness during the 2nd World War.

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John R. Walker
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Sep29

Native American Siege Warfare

In the seventeenth century the Iroquois successfully attacked indigenous and European fortified villages and posts of the Northeast.

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Craig S. Keener
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Sep21

Conflict in the Ancient Andes

This article critically assesses recent interpretations of premodern defensive architecture and militaristic themes in the archaeological record, using the Andes as a case study.

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Author:
Elizabeth Arkush and Charles Stanish
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