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#81 - asasqw ONLINE
Reply +18
(11/08/2013) [-]
War remained relatively unchanged till the rise of atomic weapons. At that point no major powers dare to go into war with one another due to mutually assured destruction. War now is fought in cloak and dagger, puppet wars, and economics.
#106 to #81 - trivdiego
Reply 0
(11/08/2013) [-]
war between powers you mean. you forgot guerilla war between those that oppose the powers yet refuse to be easily wiped out
#94 to #81 - ihatem
Reply 0
(11/08/2013) [-]
The French guerilla changed war, so did the mounted Mongolians, the early Chinese, the Ottomans, the Greek, Spartans, Shogunate Japanese, the Seljuk Turks.
#96 to #94 - asasqw ONLINE
Reply +1
(11/08/2013) [-]
It went from club people to stab people to shoot people to hiddey shooty people to trenchy shooty people to nazi shooty people to nukes. Nothing was so drastic of a change, just strategists and weapons but it remained the same, throw people on your side at people on their side till someone runs out of people.