The War Of The French Revolution

1676 Words Nov 10th, 2015 7 Pages
It is critically important to gain all benefits of the military history lessons to abstract the aspects of war, which enhance our leadership and capabilities to take the right decision. Therefore, I am going to start with war definition. “War is an act of force to compel our enemy to do our Will”. During the eighteenth and the beginning of the nineteenth centuries, a series of conflicts dominated Europe. These conflicts had its influence on the Europe at that time, but the Napoleonic wars had the most lasting impact on western warfare. The explosion of the French revolution in 1789 is regarded today as an important event in modern history. Different aspects of the French revolution influenced the world affairs today. Therefore, war is an action has a principle to guide the force supported by sustainment, and to compel your enemy you should have the superiority, which comes from the innovation of organization, technology and tactics. Then, from my point of view, the desire of the people “nationalism”, which remain the only significant factor, drives the societies to war. Thus, Most of military aspects of western ways warfare have been remain constant since the 17th and 18th century, but the most important aspects that characterize ware fare in the age of Napoleon are innovation, principles of war, and from my point of view, I will add nationalism.
First, innovation played a crucial role in determining the outcome of the war, Innovations in organization, technology, and…
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