Between 330 and 1453, the Byzantine empire survived through unconventional tactics that emphasized flexibility

Antonucci, Michael
June 2001
Military History;Jun2001, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p12
Analyzes the military strategy used by the Byzantine empire to defend itself from the attacks of its enemies. Discussion about dogging tactics; Illustration on some of the battles engaged by the Byzantine army in which dogging tactics were employed; Background of the Byzantine empire; Importance of learning the warfare doctrine of the Byzantine empire.


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