Sample Paper on Warfare in Napoleon Era
- Thesis: The paper proves the arguments presented in line with western ways that characterize warfare in the age of Napoleon based on historical books.
- The discipline of the European soldiers
- Discipline meant sticking to the roles that a soldier is assigned and obliged to respect the chain of command.
- Discipline is the building block of cohesion that an army needs in order to stimulate the morale in doing what they set their hearts and minds to do.
III. The military strength of Napoleon forces resting on their numbers
- The troops under the control of Napoleon were many in terms of the number of soldiers.
- Using his military prowess and the large army Napoleon took over leadership of France and endured fights with Russians and Britons as he aimed to expand the territory of France to the Rhine.
- The use of technological weapons and armory in the war
- The military intelligence of the British soldiers was more advanced than that of the rivals and the weapons that they used were superior as well.
- Technology enables a military group to determine the objective of the opponents then thwart the opponent without having to go through a direct war.
- Conclusion: This paper proves the arguments presented in line with western ways that characterize warfare during the Napoleon era based on historical books as seen in the discipline of the European soldiers, the military strength of the Napoleon forces resting on their numbers and the use of technological weapons and armory in the war. Thus, invasion of France by the British and European troops enables one to compare the tactics that were applied by the rivals during the warfare in Napoleon time. As it is evidenced that such tactics like discipline of soldiers and technology, more so weapons used in today’s world are as a result of technological advancements that characterized wars in the Napoleon time.