What is it called when a military takes over a country?
Martial Law is when the High ranking generals and military take official control of a country and its government.
Argentina had suffer plenty of regimes by the military power, that started like that, the government breaks up, so the military takes over and stays in power for long periods of time, now days its been discovered that the military actually caused the government to break, now days Argentina is a democratic country
What is the military term for when a commander takes over the gunners sight and points out a target?
In the context of the Cold War, yet generally true for any context, the take-over of another country (or region belonging to another country) is usually called a 'conquest.' Where it is accomplished without fighting, one may refer to it as an 'annexation' or, in certain circumstances, a 'usurpation.' If the land in question is not formally claimed or organized, its take-over may be variously put as a 'claiming,' a 'discovery,' or 'occupation,' among other…
Militarism- policy of building up strong military forces to prepare for war. Alliances- agreements between nations to aid and protect one another. Nationalism- pride on or devotion to one's country. Imperialism- when one country takes over another country economically and politically. Assassination- murder of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Would think there are some other issue involved here; What kind of government is currently in place? Is this an entire military take over or just a coup ? Dealing with only a specific group of military men? What is the opinion of the general masses? Is the military take over a permanent form of government ? kapm