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George Armstrong Custer
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George Armstrong Custer. Major General (United States), Lieutenant Colonel (United States), Michigan Brigade, 7th Cavalry Regiment (United States), Alfred Pleasonton, Army of the Potomac, Battle of the Little Bighorn, Cultural Depictions of George Armstrong Custer, Fort Abraham Lincoln, Custer State Park, Custer Observatory, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, Article Sources and Contributors, Image Sources, Licenses and Contributors

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Battle of Gettysburg
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Battle of Gettysburg. Gettysburg Campaign, Gettysburg Battlefield, Gettysburg Confederate order of battle, Gettysburg Union order of battle, Battle of Gettysburg, First Day, Battle of Gettysburg, Second Day, Little Round Top, Culp's Hill, Cemetery Hill, Pickett's Charge, Battle of Gettysburg, Third Day cavalry battles, Retreat from Gettysburg, Arthur Fremantle, Frank A. Haskell, Philippe, comte de Paris.

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George Armstrong Custer
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George Armstrong Custer. Major General (United States), Lieutenant Colonel (United States), Michigan Brigade, 7th Cavalry Regiment (United States), Alfred Pleasonton, Army of the Potomac, Battle of the Little Bighorn, Cultural Depictions of George Armstrong Custer, Fort Abraham Lincoln, Custer State Park, Custer Observatory, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, Article Sources and Contributors, Image Sources, Licenses and Contributors

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Infantry in the Middle Ages
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Infantry in the Middle Ages were soldiers who fought on foot during the Middle Ages. They were frequently part of a specialised division such as the pikemen, crossbowmen and longbowmen. Throughout much of the Middle Ages, cavalry, particularly the knights, were dominant on the battlefield, but towards the end of the era the infantry forces achieved primacy. The most common infantry throughout the medieval period were peasants and commoners who were obliged to fight for the local lord, due to their place in the feudal system. They were usually unarmored and fought either with simple agricultural tools such as axes, forks and flails, or with a spear and shield.

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Nodachi
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A nodachi is a large two-handed Japanese sword. Nodachi approximately translates to "field sword". However, some have suggested that the meaning of "nodachi" is roughly the same as dachi meaning "large/great sword". A confusion between the terms has nearly synonymized "nodachi" with the very large " dachi". Thus, while the original use of the term may have been to refer to any type of long battlefield sword (dait ), including the tachi, it is frequently misapplied to any type of oversized Japanese sword.Nodachi have the same general appearance and design of a tachi though they are significantly longer. The nodachi was carried by foot soldiers and was designed as a weapon for war versus cavalry and open field engagements. Nodachi were generally used on open battlefields as their length made their use indoors or close quarters difficult. They were an effective weapon against cavalry, though they were not commonly used.

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Infantry in the Middle Ages
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Infantry in the Middle Ages were soldiers who fought on foot during the Middle Ages. They were frequently part of a specialised division such as the pikemen, crossbowmen and longbowmen. Throughout much of the Middle Ages, cavalry, particularly the knights, were dominant on the battlefield, but towards the end of the era the infantry forces achieved primacy. The most common infantry throughout the medieval period were peasants and commoners who were obliged to fight for the local lord, due to their place in the feudal system. They were usually unarmored and fought either with simple agricultural tools such as axes, forks and flails, or with a spear and shield.

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Nodachi
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A nodachi is a large two-handed Japanese sword. Nodachi approximately translates to "field sword". However, some have suggested that the meaning of "nodachi" is roughly the same as dachi meaning "large/great sword". A confusion between the terms has nearly synonymized "nodachi" with the very large " dachi". Thus, while the original use of the term may have been to refer to any type of long battlefield sword (dait ), including the tachi, it is frequently misapplied to any type of oversized Japanese sword.Nodachi have the same general appearance and design of a tachi though they are significantly longer. The nodachi was carried by foot soldiers and was designed as a weapon for war versus cavalry and open field engagements. Nodachi were generally used on open battlefields as their length made their use indoors or close quarters difficult. They were an effective weapon against cavalry, though they were not commonly used.

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Roger Mills County, Oklahoma
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Roger Mills County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. As of 2000, the population was 3,436. Its county seat is Cheyenne.Roger Mills County takes its name from Roger Q. Mills, a prominent American politician from Texas. The town of Cheyenne in Roger Mills County is the location of the Battle of Washita River (also called Battle of the Washita, Washita Battlefield), where George Armstrong Custer s 7th U.S. Cavalry attacked Black Kettle s Cheyenne village on the Washita River on November 26, 1868. During the 1970s Roger Mills County and the surrounding area would benefit from the natural gas and oil development in the Panhandle-Hugoton field, the largest-volume gas field in the United States, and the world s largest known source of helium. Between 1973 and 1993 the field produced over 8-trillion cubic feet (230,000,000 m³) of gas.

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Yamagata Masakage
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yamagata Masakage (1524-1575) was one of the 24 generals of the Takeda clan. He was famous for his red armour and skill in battlefield, and was a personal friend of Takeda Shingen. He was the younger brother of Obu Toramasa who was also a retainer of Shingen leading the famous "red fire unit" (derived from Shingen's slogan F rinkazan). After his brother committed Seppuku as a cover for Takeda Yoshinobu's failed rebellion, Masakage took the red fire unit title and outfitted his cavalry in bright red armor. It was said that his cavalry would always charge first in battle, sowing confusion and panic in the enemy ranks. Yamagata was a fierce warrior who fought in many battles and was given a fief in Shinano. He was present at the Battle of Mimasetoge in 1569 and captured Yoshida Castle, a Tokugawa possession, during the Mikatagahara Campaign (1572-73) and was present for the following Battle of Mikatagahara. His last campaign was in the ill fated Battle of Nagashino in 1575 where he was shot down on horse while charging together with his famous red fire unit. All of them died together with him.

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