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Military History Reader Poll - July 2011

Originally published on Published Online: May 06, 2011 
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The Mongols never did master the water—notably in their attempts to invade Japan—but two of their land campaigns also ultimately failed. How does Japan's defense strategy compare with those of the Egyptian Mamluks and Vietnamese?

2 Responses to “Military History Reader Poll - July 2011”

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    lyndon says:

    These are useless speculations signifying nothing. They are an indication of intellctual bravado on the escutcheeon of the utterer.

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    lyndon says:

    There are strange analogies here.The Mamluks now don't exist.
    Does J[apanese defence strategy refer to WW2 or to the here and now,V
    Does vietnamese defence strategy refer to Post WW2 to the Paris peace accords of 1973 or to 2013.
    Get a life, you guys.

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