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Strategy & Tactics Issue #336 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #336 - Magazine


 
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The First Punic War: A Strategic Analysis: For 24 years the Carthaginian Empire engaged the Roman Republic in a conflict that became known as the First Punic War (264–41 BC). While the Second Punic War (218–01 BC) is better known, the earlier war laid the foundation for Rome’s dominance.

Articles

  • The Gallipoli Campaign, Part 1: A Strategic & Operational Analysis: The genesis of the Gallipoli campaign was the western front as it became a troop-devouring stalemate at the end of 1914. In Britain alternative approaches came from the Admiralty, led at the time by Winston Churchill. He proposed several options he believed would be better than continuing to “chew barbed wire in Flanders.”
  • Taking Up the Hatchet: Pontiac’s War, 1763–1764: An indigenous religious movement spread among frontier Indian settlements in the early 1760s when Neolin, a self-declared prophet, claimed God told him there was to be a spiritual renaissance that would free all the native tribes of white influence. Pontiac, an Ottawa chief, shrewdly incorporated that message into his own speeches calling for war “to wipe out the English.”
  • America’s Undeclared War with Libya: 1981–89: US President Ronald Reagan had no patience with Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi and his Soviet-supported, terrorist-sponsoring regime. Shortly after taking office, Reagan determined to take a hardline with Gaddafi. That resulted in a decade of undeclared, on-again off-again war between the two nations.


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