Main factors for war-Warfare Through Time

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  • Warfare
    • Middle Ages
      • Recruitment and Training
        • Cavalry-Social Elite
        • Indentures
        • Drill training
        • General Summons
        • Joust
        • Commissioner= force to fight
      • Weapons
        • Pikes/Spears
        • Longbows
        • Canons
        • Axes/Farm tools
      • Composition of Army
        • Knights
        • New Model Army
        • Infantry
        • Cavalry
      • Civilian Experience
        • Provide shelter for troops
        • Taxes paid for war
        • Raids and Pillage
        • Conscription
        • Food requisition
        • Little news about war
    • Industrial Age
      • Composition of Army
        • Cavalry
        • Infantry
      • Recruitment and Training
        • Purchase System
        • Cavalry- Social Elite
      • Civilian Experience
        • Provide shelter for troops
        • Taxes paid for war
        • Barracks
      • Weapons
        • Artillery
        • Machine Guns
        • Pistols
        • Bayonets
        • Muskets
        • Rifle
    • Early Modern
      • Weapons
        • Crossbows
        • Pikes/Spears
        • Muskets
        • Pistols
      • Composition of Army
        • Infantry
        • Professional Soldiers
        • Cavalry
      • Recruitment and Training
        • Commissioner= force to fight
    • Modern Period
      • Composition of Army
        • Specialised troops (growth)
      • Recruitment and Training
        • Specialised training
      • Civilian Experience
        • Role of women
  • Weapons
    • Bombers/ Fighters
    • PGM
    • Machine Guns
    • Tanks
    • Drone
    • Large Canon
    • Swords
    • Modern Period
      • Composition of Army
        • Specialised troops (growth)
      • Recruitment and Training
        • Specialised training
      • Civilian Experience
        • Role of women
    • Bayonets

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