- What wars were necessary?
- What was the most pointless war in history?
- Which historical battle was the most pointless?
- What was the longest war in history?
- What country has been at war the most?
- Which country has never been to war?
- Are battles planned?
- Do kings fight in battle?
- What was the largest medieval army?
- Why were medieval armies so small?
- What is the average size of an army?
- What were soldiers called in medieval times?
- How many soldiers would a medieval lord have?
- Whats is a knight?
- How fast did medieval armies travel?
- How far can soldiers walk in a day?
What wars were necessary?
The necessary ones are: American Revolution; Barbary Pirates (not declared but a war); Civil War; WW II; Korean War (not declared but still a war); Iraq War I (freeing Kuwait); Afghan War after 9/11. The clearly unnecessary ones: Mexican War; Spanish-American War; Iraq II.
What was the most pointless war in history?
The War of Jenkin’s Ear
Which historical battle was the most pointless?
Battle of Dieppe
What was the longest war in history?
Iberian Religious War
What country has been at war the most?
Which country has never been to war?
Are battles planned?
Battles can be planned, encountered or forced by one side when the other is unable to withdraw from combat. A battle always has as its purpose the reaching of a mission goal by use of military force.
Do kings fight in battle?
Lots of kings fought and even died in battle. The last British monarch to lead troops in battle was George II in 1743 at the Battle of Dettingen during the War of the Austrian Succession.
What was the largest medieval army?
At the time, China fielded the largest army in the world, with millions of soldiers in service to the Emperor. There were more soldiers in China than there were people in some kingdoms!
Why were medieval armies so small?
areas under control of a single ruler were much smaller and thus the ability to amass a large force was limited. In addition weather, illness and loss of technology reduced crop yields which reduced population size.
What is the average size of an army?
Army Units & Sizes
|Unit Name||Consists of :||Approx Number of men:|
|Army||2 or more Corps||100,000 to 150,000|
|Corps||2 or more Divisions||25,000 to 50,000|
|Division||3 or more Brigades or Regiments||10,000 to 15,000|
|Brigade||3 or more Battalions||1500 to 3500|
What were soldiers called in medieval times?
Knights were medieval gentleman-soldiers, usually high-born, raised by a sovereign to privileged military status after training as a page and squire. Originally knights were attendants or specialized foot-soldiers, but the status of knights was elevated around 800 A.D.
How many soldiers would a medieval lord have?
They would have as much as 500–1000 professional troops with the ability to call up an additional 2,000 men at arms. They could also call on their counts in the Dutchy to raise their troops and join their Duke in battle. Some Dutchies could call up maybe 10,000 men.
Whats is a knight?
(Entry 1 of 2) 1a(1) : a mounted man-at-arms serving a feudal superior especially : a man ceremonially inducted into special military rank usually after completing service as page and squire. (2) : a man honored by a sovereign for merit and in Great Britain ranking below a baronet.
How fast did medieval armies travel?
On a good (probably Roman) road, an army would be able to travel about three miles an hour for about 8 hours. Remember that the camp was taken down in the morning and had to be set up in the evening before they lost the light. this works out to about 25 miles a day.
How far can soldiers walk in a day?
In general, foot soldiers can sustain a march of between fifteen and twenty miles per day almost indefinitely, provided they have a days rest once every week or five days.