I believe that they used something called the Schilefin Plan of some sorts or other that a German general had made. He named the plan after himself. Anyway the plan was for Austria to send men to hold off Russia with some Germans while the main German armies held off the French and British in the western front. More men had to be sent off to the eastern front because the plan didn't quite work in the end. It was well thought out though, and part of it worked. Anyway, Austria also had to beat the Serbs. The Serbs weren't very big but they did alright. They had weapon support from the French and the Russians were their allies. One of Austria's old allies (Italy) then declared war on Austria, not Germany but later it did declare on them too. The Austrians pushed well at the beginning with a crushing defeat (with only peasant reserves who were not well equipped as all the main Austrian armies were in Russia) at the beginning but then the Italians hit back and struck Austria hard in 1917/18. This led to the Austro-Hungarian empire falling and Austria broke away from Hungary and I think a few minor states did too. But there was also another army to face before they were destroyed. The Romanians declared in 1916, not long after the Italians declared and they too were old allies. But the Romanians were greedy and they headed straight for Transylvania. There they were crushed by a mixture of Germans, Austro-Hungarians and men from the Ottoman empire (Turkey and surounding places I believe). The Romanians were crushed within 4 months. But they still had 1/3rd of Romania but Bucherest (capital of Romania) was taken. They helped the Russians till the Russian revoloution. The Austrian navy wasn't great but it did improve quite a bit during the war. Though the Germans had to do most of the fighitng with ships, Austria didn't do much or anything in Africa and I don't think it did much on the western front either. Austria had made one of the finest pieces of Artillery during the war. Although they only made 20 of them they were brilliant. They were the m11 Howtwitzers. They were incredibly deadly. They could hit men within 400 yards and go through brick walls as far as 100 yards away. They were also incredibly accurate. They made their fortresses stronger by testing this things on them. This way they could find out what could withstand the best artillery in the world at that time. They also had (like germany) a good academy for officers. Their army wasn't massive but it was still pretty big.
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Ausria Hungary did not have a battle plan in ww1, the only counties with battle plans were Russia, France and Germany.
His tactics and strategies are still studied by military historians and at Military Academies throughout the world but his lasting legacy was the Napoleonic Code.
No, they had a beneficial effect. During the wars the Romans learned how to adapt their military tactics and the outcome of the wars made Rome the dominant power in their part of the world.
Francisco Franco was the Spanish military dictator during World War 2.
Wikipedia is a rich resource for information about WWII, including WWII tank battle tactics. This information can also be found at the Military Photos and World of Tanks websites.
Their main tactic was Blitzkreig.
Scorch earth policy.
The military goal of the US in the Pacific during World War 2 was Japanese surrender.
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Around 25 Million military serviceman were killed during World War 2. Out of all of the military deaths, 70% were allied deaths.
around 18.2 Million people served in the German Military during World War 2.
A blitzkrieg attack is a fast, powerful attack on a country using planes and bombs, and a lot of infantry, rushing into a country by surprise. These tactics were used by Germany during World War II. It was also known as lightning tactics, and Germany used these tactics on Poland during the Lightning War.
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Emperor Showa was head of the Japanese military during the Second World War.
The union with allied countries.
The impact of Napoleon Bonaparte is mainly on military intelligence where various countries follows his tactics while training their personnel.
World War 2
The world was ruled by the military during WW2. Men that weren't in the service were either too old, too young, veterans, disabled, unfit for the military, of critical civilian employment, or in prison.
According to John Keegan's The Times Atlas of the Second World War, the peak strength of the Italian military during WWII was about 4,500,000.
Around 25 Million military personnel were killed during World War 2. Around 17 Million deaths were allied soldiers and the rest were axis military personnel.