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Subject History » Military History

DOI: 10.1111/b.9780631168485.1994.00005.x


Abraham, plains of Academies, military Actium, Battle of Ader, Clément Administration, army Administration, naval Adrianople, Battle of Aeneas Tacticus Africa, pre-colonial Agincourt (Pas-de-Calais), Battle of Ain Djalout (the Spring of Goliath), Battle of Airborne troops Aircraft, bomber Aircraft, fighter Aircraft, reconnaissance Airmen, training of Alamein, El, Battle of Alba, Fernando Alvarez de Toledo, 3rd Duke of Alesia, Siege of Alexander the Great Algiers, Siege of Alliances Andrea Doria Angora, Battle of Ankara, Battle of Anson, George, 1st Baron Antietam, Battle of Anti-militarism Antwerp, Siege of Arab states Arbela, Battle of Ardant du Picq, Charles Arm Armada, voyage of the Spanish Armament, naval Armes blanches Armistices Armour, personal Armour plate Armoured vehicles Arrian Arsenals Arsenals, naval Artillery Assyrians Atlantic, Battle of the Attaché, military Attila, King of the Huns Austerlitz, Battle of Australia Austria Aviation, military ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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