Not only recruitment is can make Roman army successful, the tactics of the Roman army is also much more important. Second, the Roman army’s tactics is the second important of the Roman army. The Roman soldiers have knowledge and tactics to fight, so they can beat their opponents. The Roman army is really good at tactics too, they knew the basics of fighting then start the harder ones. The Roman soldiers knew how to use the equipment to fight them, they know how to form in to groups to defend or attack.
By the end of 1918 there were several reasons why the stalemate was broken and allowed the Triple Entente to carry on gaining land. The first reason is they brought in new weapons and artillery; this helped us because it shocked the Germans and they knew they weren’t as well equipped as us. A new tank was developed which was much improved from the last one and it could cross trenches easily and could crush barbed wire instead of twisting it more and making it even harder to get through they were smashing obstructions’ so the infantry could advance. New technology made the tanks have a harder shell so no machine guns or grenades could penetrate its skin and the most pressing problem was how to ‘overcome the enemy’s machine guns’ which were responsible for the stalemate. For them to be effective they needed to be used in large quantities, and that’s what they did.
(Naval Aviation News 93.2) Another important reason the Allies were victorious in World War 2, was the Red Ball Express. The Red Ball Express was a massive highway system that spanned across parts of Europe. This road was often used to transport troops and supplies to areas of need during World War 2. This system of roads and highways was primarily operated by African American soldiers. This was at first an unpopular idea because at the time many people considered African Americans inferior, however due to the great need for troops they allowed the Africans to work on the Red Ball Express.
This, along with the experiences they gained from the consistence war with the nomads, made the army into a powerful but brutal one. [iv] On top of this, Ch’in had developed better weapons by having the “massed infantry armed with bronze or iron weapons and especially the crossbow”. [v] On top of the fearsomely strong army, Ch’in administrations also welcomed talented advisors from other states to work with them. These advisors mainly helped in the running of the administrations and implementing laws and policies within their own states. The laws and policy proof to be successful which allows the Ch’in state to begin expanding its power to the next door state.
The Bolsheviks had a huge strategic advantage due to their geographical position within Russia, in that they had control over major cities such as Moscow and Petrograd, which had many people within them. Due to this they controlled major factors and therefore could retrieve large quantities of war materials. The industry was also very efficient due to the huge mass population in which the majority supported the Bolsheviks. Due to these factors the Red army were very self-sufficient and had a military advantage over the white forces that had to depend on limited, foreign aid. Their control over major cities and thus access to more weapons therefore lead to the Communist victory in the Civil War.
The South had to make do with the weapons they already had due to most of the resources being in the north. In fact most of the Southern weapons were imported, through the blockade, from France and England. One of the most major developments was the use of rifling. Before this period rifling was used quite rarely, with only an elite group of marksman using them. This was because of the long process of threading the bullet, or mini-ball as it was called, through the the grooves by hand.
We also learn that his skill as a military leader was significant as fighting thirty battles is a very considerable figure. Furthermore, his decision to attack the Durotriges was a skilful one, as they were considered some of the most hostile and enforced of the Biritish tribes, perhaps if Vespasian didn’t do this, the Durotriges would later join the Icenian rebellion. Also, we know his involvement in the Battle of Medway was crucial to the Romans’ success (despite it running into a second day),
For the North, the Federal Arms Reserve held 437,000 weapons witch was thought to be enough for the Union. Soon each side found out that getting weapons could be a harder task than they thought. There were many different types of weapons used. Standard guns for both sides included the .54 caliber and the .58 caliber rifles. “Pocket pistols” were also common for people like generals and captains and were usually used in the event of an emergency.
Now to make the waters decent nonstop they dug tunnels through mountains and when the water was very low like near valleys stone walls were built in order to keeps the water flowing. They used the building materiel that they used when making the roads which also let the Romans make a new way to make the walls stronger by inventing the arch.With the building of the arch that was built around a wooden frame, it allowed the arch to build the wall higher if it had to be more the 30 feet high and they could put more stacks of walls on top of it. This is just some of the technology that we see Rome has
Ancient Greece’s army, on the other hand, was practically non-existent due to the mountainous terrain throughout Greece that prevented significant land travel. The Romans power was further bolstered by their skills in trade. The Romans quickly identified the enormous potential for growth in trade. This encouraged the Roman army to build over 85,000 kilometres of road for easier, faster trade. This trade led to Rome’s increasing wealth, which incorporated a wide variety of jewellery, including rings, brooches, etc.