What was the most successful Muslim raids in the nineth century?
most successful Muslim raids in the ninth century occurred where
Phase 2 of what? If you are referring to the Battle of Britain, then it was costly to the RAF & less costly to the Luftwaffe, however it was not a Luftwaffe victory. The Luftwaffe was most successful when its raids had a smaller number of bombers and more numbers of fighter escorts than the earliest raids.
What aspect of the life of Bedouins prepared them for their roles as warriors in the spread of the Muslim empire?
What proved to be an effective strategy for the Confederacy in the Western Theater of the US Civil War?
The Confederacy met with little success in much of the battles in the Western Theater during the US Civil War. What was successful were raids and guerrilla attacks behind the Union lines. These raids hampered lines of communications and much needed war supplies. To counter these raids was costly for the Union. It required Union commanders to delegate as much as one third of their troops in the West to combat the raids and to…
Charles, King of the Franks stopped the Muslim invasion at the Battle of Tours in 732 or 733AD. The exact date of the battle is unknown and there is some argument as to the exact place , but is was the great battle that stopped the Muslim advance. Muslim raids into Europe ended about 740 when the Berbers revolted in the Iberian Penninsula and North Africa. Also in 1529 and again in 1566 the Othoman…
Air raids on Britain by Germany mainly used Zeppelin airships, although in 1917, aeroplanes were used. Tthe raids generated fear amongst the civilian population and consumed more resources than the actual raids - more than 10,000 men were diverted to air defenses. Altogether 557 people were killed in air raids in Britain in approximately 100 raids.
Instead of the various Arabian Bedouins attacking and raiding from each other they would join together and begin to attack and raid the Non-Arab Levantines (in the Byzantine Empire) and the Non-Arab Persians (in the Sassanid Empire). The raids also became more formalized as holy wars or jihads against the Non-Muslim adversaries, as opposed to being a purely economic activity as it was before.
All raids reset on a single day in the week, usually the maintenance day. This is Tuesday in the US and Wednesday in Europe. Raids once took various times to reset, but this was changed so all raids reset on a single day. This means that you can, for instance, raid ICC on a monday, and then run it again on Wednesday.