What extent did Frederick II of Prussia use military force to achieve his goals?
To what extent did Ben Chifley achieve the "Light on the Hill" in his time in government? Read More
France had a huge military force needed to defend against the German might. The defeat of 1870/71 had grieviously wounded France. (Albeit this was against Prussia) The Alliance of France & Russia (as well as Britain, but to a lesser extent) was crucial to the Western Powers. Read More
No, he was not in the military but he did found a school for explorers that also trained them how to fight to some extent. Read More
Not to a great extent- the military will be looking at your education and your test scores. They teach people to shoot. Read More
Trajan is significant on two major points. First he was a military man and his conquests enlarged the Roman empire to its greatest extent. He was also a builder. Trajan is significant on two major points. First he was a military man and his conquests enlarged the Roman empire to its greatest extent. He was also a builder. Trajan is significant on two major points. First he was a military man and his conquests enlarged… Read More
Outline Frederick w.Taylor scientific management theories and the extent to which this theory can be applaid in the public sector?
.taylor scientific management theories Read More
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To some extent. Military law also requires soldiers not to obey unlawful orders. Read More
Frederick George Shinn has written: 'Musical memory and its cultivation, also an investigation into the forms of memory employed in pianoforte playing, and a theory as to the relative extent of the employment of such forms' -- subject(s): Music memorizing Read More
The U.S. entered World War 1 to stop the unrestricted submarine warfare being carried out by Germany. The U.S. achieved its objectives to the fullest extent. Read More
The extent to which the project is viewed as helping the organization achieve its strategic objectives and long-term goals describes?
strategic alignment Read More
brack o bamma is not a good president and tells lies Read More
abridged: shorten something; to shorten a text; to reduce something in scope or extent; to deprive somebody of rights or privileges. brigaded: a group of people with common goals or characteristics; a group of people organized to achieve a particular goal; a military unit consisting of two or more combat battalions or regiments. Read More
You add (or subtract) like terms. This will reduce the number of terms in the expression and that is the extent of simplification that you can achieve using this process. Read More
No I have heard it was used by the Canadians? has any body any info on this No, not to any large extent, if at all. Read More
That's a decision only you can make for yourself. Everyone's nervous about enlisting in the military to some extent, no matter what they tell you. Read More
The Aztec Empire is long gone, it expired centuries ago, so it is not an empire of any kind, it is just a former empire. And when it existed it was not a military empire in the modern sense of the term; it was ruled by an emperor, not by a general. Of course, it did have military power and did enforce its rule by force. All empires share the characteristics of the military, to… Read More
A good military will censor information. And to a certain extent that information was censored. Read More
To a great extent. The German government under Adolf Hitler provided a great deal of military assistance to Franco in winning the Spanish Civil War. Germany sent troops, equipment, aircraft & pilots to participate in combat. This was called the 'Condor Legion'. In addition, Italy under Mussolini, sent military units to help Franco. Read More
In most countries the Secretary of War (or Minister for War or Defense Minister; there are several titles for the same job) is a civilian, elected official who takes responsibility for the country's military services and to some extent for Foreign Policy insofar as this has military implications. Read More
Yes, C.S. Lewis was in the army, during his time in the military he started writing the chronicles of Narnia manuscripts though no one know to what extent Read More
Do Military and Military Reserve personnel have to follow the same immigrations laws for green card marriages as everyone else?
To an extent! I was stationed in Korea with one of my soldiers. While he was there he married a Filipino woman. She got a military ID card and then she got a passport from the US government. She got her green card on base easily when she got back to the states. Read More
Perhaps the most important part of Hatshepsut's legacy was her creation of a flourishing and stable Egypt through her highly successful foreign policy. Her military campaigns in both the north and the south augmented the extent of Egypt's influence on a vaster scale. The tomb inscription of Scribe Djehuty, I saw the collection of the booty of this mighty ruler from the vile Kush, who is deemed cowards' attests that Hatshepsut's military endeavors also contributed… Read More
To a limited extent. They sent over military advisors and observers to China and Japan. They also operated a couple of Type-IX U-Boats out of Indonesia. Read More
The extent of Indian ocean is that it was extent of Indian ocean. Read More
The Japanese made attacks on the territories held by the US. At the time of World War 2, the US had (and to a limited extent still does) many military and business interests in the Philippines as a result of the Spanish-American War. There were numerous US military bases in the Philippines, Corregidor being one of the most famous. Read More
The Revolutionary War was mainly between Great Britain and its 13 colonies in North America (the Colonies that became the US). The US was aided by France, and to a much lesser extent by Spain and other rivals of Britain. Prussian mercenaries were also part of Britain's war, therefore Prussia was connected to the American Revolution. Read More
The Declaration of Pillnitz was taken by France as a threat to the Revolution and it started the French Revolutionary Wars. It also convinced those involved with the Reign of Terror that Louis XVI was a threat to the Revolution. It had become time for France to answer the Prussia and the Holy Roman Empire with Regicide. Read More
The Roman Empire reached its greatest extent in 176 AD under emperor Trajan It must have been known for the military prowess of Rome, for the great trading network it created by interlinking the conquered areas into a single economic zone and for the Roman public works, such as stone-paved roads, aqueducts, sewers,, ports and the like. Read More
longitudinal and latitudinal extent of afghanistan Read More
To great long extent. Read More
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The treaty of Paris was signed in Paris on May 30th, 1814. This treaty ended the war between France and the Sixth Coalition which consisted of Austria, Prussia, Russia, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Sweden, Spain and some German states. It returned the French borders to their 1792 extent and Napoleon Bonaparte was exiled to Elba. Read More
You spelled it correctly: extent. Example: The extent of the flood's damage was not seen until daylight. Read More
Range, scope, region, or degree is the synonym of extent. Read More
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To the extent of my knowledge you need a minimum of three years experience in military or law enforcement. It also helps to specialize in one thing, like computer crime or something. Read More
The M14 and M16 were both new rifles which debuted while the US was involved in Vietnam to some extent. The M14 is the battle rifle - the M16 is an assault rifle. Read More
Who really has the sovereignty of the island in the south china sea and what is the extent of maritime claim?
no native populations on south china islands. hence, all claiming countries keeping military posts on islands they r claiming. different islands now posses different countries military. but only p.r.china is claiming total island s for her but she is in control of only few of them. Read More
What was the extent of the damage to the Confederacy made by Jefferson Davis when he vetoed a bill to appoint a general in chief in 1862?
It's difficult to pinpoint the extent of the damage caused by Jefferson Davis' veto to create the position of general in chief. However, with that said, it's clear that governing the Confederacy and in a defacto manner being the Confederate general in chief divided his large responsibilities. As president he was a political leader of course, and clearly, at times his military decisions on appointing Confederate generals were sometimes political decisions rather than military ones… Read More
To the extent you let it. Everything depends on the situation. Read More
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'Extent' is the space or area over which something presides. Read More
Latitudinal extent = 12'N and 56'S Longitudinal extent = 35'W and 81'W Read More
What is the relationship between the molecular bond strength of a solute and the extent to which the solute and the extent to which the solute ionizes in solution?
The extent to which a solute ionizes in solution is not related to the bond strength of the solute. The extent of the ionization will have to do with the identity of the solvent and the bonds that it can form with the solute. Read More
The French pretty much had the same reason as Spain and England, and other countries to a lesser extent. Access to wealth in the form of natural resources, to establish military outposts, and basically to expand their empires. Read More