Psychological warfare--on both sides of the city's walls

Long, Tang
December 1997
Military History;Dec97, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p30
Discusses the history behind when China entered the final phase of its Era of the Warring Nations, in which seven warlord states vied for the control of the land. Identifying the seven warlord states; General Leh Yi's attack to the Chi nation; Defeat of Chi army; Tien Dan's strategy.


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