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Strategy & Tactics Issue #342 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #342 - Magazine


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Carolingian Twilight
The Frankish kingdom reached its zenith as the Carolingian Empire during the reign of Charlemagne (771–814), but it sundered when his grandsons fought each other for control. The next generation continued that internal strife, creating a permanent division in 888. The causes included the personalities of the contenders, some unexpected royal deaths, external enemies and cultural traditions.

  • The Battle of Marawi: May—October 2017 From 23 May to 17 October 2017 the Philippine armed forces conducted an urban battle against Islamic insurgents who had seized the city of Marawi, on Mindanao, proclaiming the Islamic State of Southeast Asia. Philippine victory came only after a five-month struggle that left a ghost city reduced to rubble by the fighting.
  • World War I in East Africa The 1914–18 campaign in German East Africa has ever since been regarded as a legendary epic in which supremely competent German leadership motivated soldiers to fight for four years despite hardships. Here is our analysis.
  • The Seminole Wars: 1817–58 In Florida during the early 19th century, the American South’s economic interest in slavery conflicted with the earlier Spanish policy of tolerance and coexistence with the Seminoles, free blacks and runaway slaves who had found sanctuary there. That led to three wars between 1817 and 1858. Taken altogether, they were the longest, bloodiest and most expensive of the Indian wars.

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