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Historia militar temprana de Alemania

The first Germans to win repute as fearsome adversaries in combat were members of the various tribes who fought the encroachment of Roman legions upon their territories. The Roman historian Tacitus praised the leadership and military acumen of Arminius, a chief of the Cherusci who commanded the German forces in the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest in A.D. 9. The tribal warriors led by Arminius annihilated three Roman legions, effectively preventing Roman expansion beyond the Danube and Rhine rivers. By the fifth century, German tribes had entered the Italian peninsula and brought about the collapse of the Roman Empire in the west.

The empire created by Charlemagne (r. 768-814) in west-central Europe split up soon after his death, the eastern portion occupying much of the territory of modern Germany. These German lands gradually evolved into the Holy Roman Empire, with extensive territories in Italy. Many of the German kingdoms, principalities, and cities that were components of the empire were noted for the emphasis their leaders placed on military might. However, no imperial army or law held sway over the local princes and free cities. The absence of a strong central power, plus the emergence of Protestantism in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, resulted in a near-permanent state of civil conflict, wars of succession, and religious strife. The Thirty Years' War (1618-48), a series of conflicts between Protestant and Catholic forces, decimated Germany's population.

- Seguridad Nacional
- Historia Militar Temprana
- Aparicion del prussia como energia militar
- Alemania en dos guerras mundiales
- Bundeswehr
- Ejercito
- Marina de guerra
- Fuerza aerea
- Justicia Militar
- Uniformes, filas e insignias
- Relaciones Militares Extranjeras
- Seguridad Interna
- Agencias Del Policia
- Disidencia y actividad del terrorista

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  • Medioses de comunicacion (periodicos, radio y TV)
  • Fuerzas Armadas (ejercito, marina de guerra, fuerzas aereas, policia)

 

 

 

 

   
 
 

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