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    Can anyone tell me if the English military terms in the Early Middle Ages were the same as today? I.e. army, infantry, cavalry etc.?
    AuthorEKKE (758364) 15 Aug 11, 23:56
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    They definitely didn't have Royal Tank Regiments, The Royal Air Force and The Royal Navy at the time ... ;-)
    They neither had the RLC (Royal Logistics Corps) which used to be RCT (Royal Corps of Transport), etc.
    #1AuthorWolfman (236211) 16 Aug 11, 00:42
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    Andererseits sind heutzutage Hobelars oder Skirmishers wohl eher selten anzutreffen...
    Hilfreich: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Warfare...
    #2AuthorDritte_Schicht (804716) 16 Aug 11, 01:35
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    Thank you Wolfman for your revealing comment. Warfare could not have been much fun without tanks and aircraft ;-)

    Dritte Schicht your link is really helpful.

    Thanks to both of you.
    #3AuthorEKKE (758364) 16 Aug 11, 02:02
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    Warfare could not have been much fun without tanks and aircraft ;-)


    Ööööhm - Do you really suggest warfare to be fun nowadays..??

    #4Authorsusanne133 (607830) 16 Aug 11, 08:06
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    Susanne133 you are a good girl. Haven't you noticed the sarcasm in my words??
    #5AuthorEKKE (758364) 16 Aug 11, 09:41
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    Sorry - seemed to have missed that... :-)
    #6Authorsusanne133 (607830) 16 Aug 11, 10:47
     
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