By P.A. Luty
;Automatic and Concealable Firearms layout ebook Vol I-III КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: computerized and Concealable Firearms layout booklet Vol I-III Автор: P.A. Luty Издательство: Paladin Press booklet Год: 1982 Страниц: 153 Формат: pdf Язык: english Размер: 8,62(+3%)MbIt is illegal to fabricate a fire-arm withot a suitable license from the government. There also are kingdom and native legislation prohibiting the possessin of such guns in lots of parts. serious consequences are prescribed for violations of those legislation. Be warned! Скачатьifolderзеркало zero
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Frederick, enjoying the advantage of being military theorist and practitioner in one, made several attempts to overcome the limitations imposed by campaigning conditions. He experimented with a parallel advance in several columns and he tried to increase selfsufficiency in supply. These improvisations, however, did not offer permanent solutions because army organization remained unchanged. At the tactical level, Frederick’s quest for decisive battle was also frustrated. The enemy could get away at the last moment due to long deployment times of the attacker.
Consequently, only minor reforms such as improvements of officer training and increasing reliance on light infantry were carried out. The potential of the divisional system had been overlooked. The impact of the Prusso-French antagonism would become apparent in the Wars of the French Revolution. By dint of military reforms, the French army had gained an advantage over the adversary in the coming war, whereas the Prussian army remained wedded to Frederician warfare. 2 MILITARY THEORY AND PRACTICE: 1792–1806 This chapter will show to what degree the military theories of Bourcet and Guibert had left their mark on French military practice during the Wars of the French Revolution.
As a consequence, there seemed to be no reason for a reform programme as radical as in France. 120 Following his own recommendations, Frederick continued to improve the organization of the general staff and the training of staff officers. Handpicked officers learned generalship under the king’s personal tutelage. They commanded large formations in autumn manoeuvres, built fortifications and learned the trade of the quartermaster. In spite of these improvements, the organization of military administration and command remained haphazard.