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Strategy & Tactics Issue #344 - Magazine
Strategy & Tactics Issue #344 - Magazine


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The Great Turkish War: 1683–1699
During the second half of the 17th century, the Ottoman Empire was invigorated by the leadership of the Koprulu family. The third in that line, Kara Mustapha, set the most ambitious objective of all: to impose Turkish dominance over Central Europe. He planned to begin by taking Vienna, the city the Turks called the “golden apple.” Here is our analysis of his failure.

  • Joan of Arc’s Loire Campaign The arrow storm loosed by the English longbowmen again and again took a bloody toll of the chivalry of France in the 100 Years War. At three great battles, the longbow was the decisive weapon. Termed the medieval equivalent of the machinegun by some modern writers, the French finally figured out how to defeat it at Patay in 1429.
  • The War in Nagorno-Karabakh Late 2020 saw a war between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh. It is inhabited by Armenians, but it lies inside Azerbaijan as a result of decisions made in the 19th century. The Armenians declared their independence after the collapse of the USSR. The Azeri are loath to let territory slip from their grasp regardless of the ethnicity of those living there.
  • Command of the Seas: US Entry into World War I A central concept of international maritime trade is “freedom of the sea.” It has been the fundamental doctrine underwriting the free flow of goods across the world’s ocean since the dawn of the European age of exploration. However, it has come into dispute when warring nations use naval blockade to hamper their enemy’s ability to make war. In turn, the ability to dominate the maritime communications of an enemy is called “command of the seas.”

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