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    Military History Essay

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    Military history has had it up and down throughout the years depending on who you are talk to about it. It has always be popular it with the public who are not scholar for a living, but in academic world it is not as popular as it is public. Before getting on what current state of military history need to know the historiography of the military history and how it effect how military is seen in today. The historiography of the military history has change over the years from the starter of military. At the beginning with Ancient times military history was more about what kings had done in battle especially with complex society that had some kind of written language like Egypt and Mayan Mesoamerica . It was not like history is today. It was more give the ruler instruction on how to rule or strength the ruler reputation. The Greek were the first to write about…

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    Military Robotics History

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    The history of military robotics dates back to World War II and the Cold War. During those times of spying, weaponry and strategic attacks, these robots were in the form of Germany’s type of robotics and Russian weaponry called “teletanks”. It originated combined with a radio controlled boat intended to use by the military from Nicola Tesla. As the Soviets had created the teletanks, they were modified to be controlled by the radio signals. Weather conditions made it pretty tough to use, but…

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    Sun Tzu, unlike Antoine-Henri Jomini, thought of military leaders as artists, not scientists. The battlefield was always evolving and the enemy does not always react the same way. A good military leader must have the ability to react to the enemy. Clausewitz wrote: Today, there is a common saying that the no battle plan survives contact with the enemy, which is consistent with Clausewitz’ and Sun Tzu’s theory. The most effective military leaders are ones with experience, but most…

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    The essence of security sector reform especially in the military according to Dun and Tar were to change institutional norms, support professionalism, advance resource utilisation and operational effectiveness (on the side of the military), better policy management (on the side of civil authorities), in consonant with accountability and respect for human rights and international law and involving inputs from a variety of stakeholders and actors (Dunn, and Tar, 2008: 23). Effective post…

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    Drones Research Papers

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    When one looks to the sky what does one see; is it a bird, a plane. No its not superman as yesterday’s story goes, today the story changes to it’s a drone. Whether it is military or civilian version these machines seem to be the small icon in the far distance being pointed in the sky across the world. Tomorrow you might see your pizza delivery person as a drone dropping off your hot, fresh pepperoni Pizza, no tip required. As the technology grows the use of drones in military and civilian use…

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    Child Soldiers Case

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    nature of colonial rule and the messy process of independence.” Most African countries experienced growth right after gaining freedom from colonial powers. Regardless, lack of sustainable government processes and improper management of social institutions led to the decline of growth levels “recording historically low rates during the 1970s” (Cilliers and Schunemann, 2013). An estimated 20 per cent of people in sub-Saharan live in countries experiencing intra-state conflict, with the continent…

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    Cause Of War Essay

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    Throughout the modern day era there were many significant component to warfare, the three main causes were the constant battle for power and territory, the steady abuse of material wealth and the outspread strength of nationalism. No matter which countries were fighting against each other, they were constantly adapting to fit their needs and a balance of power. Any fighting country would support their nation for the benefit of their country. Some causes were less influential during the stretch…

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    with the sense of becoming more knowledgeable of the “man’s world”. The fact that women developed new skills allowed them to be more independent and marketable once they returned to their “normal” life outside the military. Many women…

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    Language, when used to manipulate, can solely cause war. Language can be used to manipulate others for the purpose of political change to the point of war. In Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare, the power of language is represented by the use of strong language by characters to persuade others to follow them. Manipulation of the senators to kill Caesar and the manipulation of the plebeians, to the point of revolt leads to the unleashing of civil war. Cassius shows how figurative language…

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    way you could look at this is from Henry’s point of view from the war. Henry doesn’t follow his religious views and instead goes and fights in the war. Henry’s experience goes with the quote “we did not do the things we wanted to do; we never did such things.” because we learn that Henry hates war. He does not want to be fighting in this war, and therefore we can look at the foreshadowing on Henry leaving the military. Another way you can look at the foreshadowing for this novel is Catherine…

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