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Strategy & Tactics Issue #330 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #330 - Magazine


 
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Mediterranean Empires: Struggle for the Mediterranean: in the High Middle Ages During the second half of the 13th century, the Aragonese intervention in the Sicilian rebellion marked the beginning of a centuries-long struggle for the Mediterranean. Although the Aragonese did not have the abundant economic resources of their enemies, they put an emphasis in the quality and superior seamanship of their sailors and combatants.

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  • Battle of Coleto Creek: 19–20 March 1836: The campaign to relieve the Alamo culminated with the Battle of Coleto Creek and the massacre of most of the survivors at nearby Goliad, as had occurred at the Alamo. This resulted in the Texan battle-cry, “Remember the Alamo, remember Goliad.”
  • Chosin: The Marines’ Inspiring Leadership: following their success in the Pacific War, the Marines would prove their effectiveness again during the next conflict, delivering outstanding Korean War performances. Under the leadership of inspiring officers like Oliver P. Smith and Chesty Puller, the Marines in Korea added another chapter to their glorious history.
  • Battles for East Prussia: Tannenberg & the First Battle of the Masurian Lakes: First battles in any war say more about the condition of a peacetime military of a nation than later battles fought between veteran forces. Pre-war military thinkers predicted a short and vicious war of maneuver. This proved to be a vain hope on the Western Front, but these predictions proved correct in East Prussia.


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