The British government had a vast empire across the world, it was once said that, “the sun never sets on this British Empire”. England had many colonies to acquire money; this gave the British an upper advantage during the war. The British intent was to invade, conquer, and occupy. Their intent was made difficult with their long supply lines and their empire “spread thin”. The colonists lacked the amount of supply that the British had, they made up with this by having better weaponry.
It has become a widely accepted model for when interpreting evidence of either cultural, or even political influences of people from one cultural background over those of another. In our case of Egyptian influence over Canaan, the small finds of Egyptian artifacts have led to a suggestion of an indication of the shift in “pharaonic policy” in the region at the time. In application to the given situation, direct rule comes to say that Egypt's Pharaohs of the Ramesside period had occupied and imposed “direct imperial administration” on Canaan. Findings of artifacts of Egyptian origin in the Levant has led many archaeologists to believe that this was proof of an increase in the Egyptian’s military and bureaucratic influences the when there had been there in previous years. The direct model would come in to argue these claims by saying that the Egyptians' economic and political policies had transformed themselves over time into a military occupation of Canaan.
The Hyksos made significant contributions to Egyptian society in the form of new technologies, weaponry, as well as everyday items. They Hyksos forced them into a Militaristic culture adopting new policies to keep a strong country secure. Manetho states "during the reign of Tutimaos a blast of God smote us, and unexpectedly from the regions of the East, invaders of obscure race marched in confidence of victory against our land. By main force they easily seized it without striking a blow; and having overpowered the rulers of the land they then burned our cities ruthlessly.4 Manetho gives us a detailed report of the invasion of the Hyksos how it started and what they did. The Hyksos introduced many good things to Egypt but they created this great fear of the north after being beaten by the Hyksos they lost the northern part of Egypt this left Egypt as a small civilisation known as Thebans rather than Egyptians.
It could be argued that in the pursuit of power and wealth neither ideology nor necessity drove the Ancient Romans to war but rather the simple fact that expansion in territory, control of other peoples and the increase of wealth as a consequence of that expansion made the ruling elite and the Emperors power hungry. Ancient Rome was one of the largest empires in the ancient world. It covered vast amounts of square kilometres and had a population of approximately 90 million people. This vast territory and enormous population made Ancient Rome very powerful. However in an empire as vast as the Ancient Roman was, both ideology and necessity contributed to some of the wars that were fought in particular in the more remote or wild areas in the Western part of the Empire.
During the period of 1450 to 1800, two empires were rapidly growing across the globally known land, the Spaniards and the Ottomans. Although both empires were more technologically advanced than the places they were conquering, the Spanish were a sea-based empire across the Atlantic and the Ottoman’s were a land-based empire in Europe, making conquering and warfare a bit different. Also, the empires differed in aspects of religious freedom and governing. During this time period, the Ottomans and Spaniards were two very advanced civilizations compared to those around them. This gave them a very strategic edge against those they were conquering, allowing warfare to be quite simple.
The tanks, which was a newly developed piece of machinery, could have been used much more effectively had the right tactics been applied. Sending out only 24 tanks would not make a decisive difference to the battle and worse, the secret weapon was no longer a secret from the Germans. Haig, who commanded the British side at the time, kept going inflexibly
A Spartan citizen was not even aloud to be anything but a soldier, so they were economically challenged. The similarities between the two cultures are few, but are important. Even though the Spartan’s whole society was based upon the military, the Athenians could be just as brave and tenacious.
On 1st July 1916 England attacked the German trenches in a big bombardment to finally push the Germans back and win the war. However, despite the preparations and an unbelievable amount of 1,732,873 shells raining down on the German trench, Britain did not succeed in defeating Germany. Instead it was a disaster and the British army suffered some of the worst casualties in its entire history. But was this down to Haig’s poor leadership, failing technology or the things that Britain could not control? Haig, Britain’s leader was an experienced cavalry officer but he sometimes underestimated the power of the German Army.
The Old Kingdom, also known as the pyramid age, contains Dynasty Three through Dynasty Six (2700-2190). The Old Kingdoms contribution to ancient Egypt was that they built many cities and many pyramids; this is why it’s known as the pyramid age. Also they expanded in trade, as well as set up a strong government for the future. Pharaohs during this time had absolute power over everything and were looked upon as Gods on Earth. The Old Kingdom starts to decline with Pepy II’s 90 year reign.
We are able to enjoy freedom only because of the army who is combating the cross-border terrorism in our borders. Without the army there will be intrusion from neighboring countries, which can result to facilitating terrorist activities. World without army really its unable to think because for example our country. We have a great army in the world. We have NAVY, AIR FORCE, ARMY but after having this much of strength we are all facing terrorist problems in our country if the world is without army its cant imagine about safety of people.