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I recommend that you look into military theory and historical examples. The subject is larger than life, so well chosen indeed. Some pointers: The Art of War by Sun Tzu The Project Gutenberg version with commentaries included. May sound outdated but it is still being studied today. Thermopylae Some few battle pundits shaming the biggest army the world ...


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I agree with Lauren Ipsum, byt read from a variety of authors, not just one. In addition, read The Art of war. I know I just gave you more homework, but if you know what each side's strategies are, you could establish that for the reader, then twist things up. I'd also recommend reading the Illiad (or at least the battle scenes). Homer does what you ...



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