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Datong

, and many students and other members of the Chinese public. Gillin 234–236 In 494, Emperor Xiaowen moved the Northern Wei capital (Historical capitals of China) from Pingcheng (平城, in modern Datong, Shanxi) to Luoyang, a city long acknowledged as a major center in Chinese history (History of China). The shift in the capital was mirrored by a shift in tactics from active defense to passive defense against the Rouran. While the capital was moved to Luoyang


Wuhan

Vietnam. ChinaDefense.com – The Political History of Sino-Vietnamese War of 1979, and the Chinese Concept of Active Defense The Chinese force consisted of units from the Kunming Military Region (later abolished), Chengdu Military Region, Wuhan Military Region (later abolished) and Guangzhou Military Region, but commanded by the headquarters of Kunming Military Region on the western front


Luoyang

the protection of Murong Chui, whose 30,000-man army was one of the few that did not collapse. In 494, Emperor Xiaowen moved the Northern Wei capital (Historical capitals of China) from Pingcheng (平城, in modern Datong, Shanxi) to Luoyang, a city long acknowledged as a major center in Chinese history (History of China). The shift in the capital was mirrored by a shift in tactics from active defense to passive defense against the Rouran. While the capital


Chengdu

emigrated to Japan and works for an American company. On February 17, a PRC force of about 200,000 supported by 200 Type 59, Type 62, and Type 63 (Type 63 light tank) tanks from the PRC People's Liberation Army (PLA) entered northern Vietnam. ChinaDefense.com – The Political History of Sino-Vietnamese War of 1979, and the Chinese Concept of Active Defense The Chinese force consisted of units


Haifa

of Jabotinsky and Headquarters to the policy of "active defense" in respect of Irgun actions. "The Birth of an Underground Organization", Yehuda Lapidot, pp. 62 Wikipedia:Haifa Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Haifa Commons:Category:Haifa


Russia

last Schechter accessdate 2011-02-25 date 2005-12-22 a single Arrow interceptor has a 90 percent probability of destroying a target missile at the highest altitude possible.


Soviet Union

towards maneuver warfare in comparison to the earlier Active Defense concept. The AirLand doctrine was seen by Martin van Creveld as "arguably a half way house between maneuver and attrition." Gunnar Hägglöf has published several books, chiefly popularizing Sweden's World War II history for domestic and foreign readers. In his books, and also in accounts by other authors, Hägglöf appears as an outspoken critic of the idealist (idealism) policies of Foreign Minister Sandler (Rickard Sandler) and Activist (Nationalist Activism) advocates for Sweden's military engagement for the defence of Finland after the Soviet (Soviet Union) attacks in 1939 (the Winter War) and 1941 (the Continuation War). right framed Naftaly Frenkel (File:Frenkel.jpg‎) '''Naftaly Aronovich Frenkel''' Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик


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