Western Army

Some articles on western army, army:

Ōtani Yoshitsugu - Sekigahara
... Kiyooki flipped Yoshitsugu's perceptions of the Western army, but he wanted to remain within Ieyasu's ranks as he believed Mitsunari could not win ... Mitsunari was able to convince Yoshitsugu to defect and join the Western army ... his ties for his friend and merged his forces into the Western army with his sons ...
Sanada Yukimura - Summer Siege of Osaka Castle
... Toyotomi forces (often referred to as the western army) began to attack contingents of the Shogun's forces (often referred to as the eastern army) near Osaka ... Yukimura fought the army of Date Masamune on May 6, 1615 ... Yukimura's army was outnumbered and he was defeated by Masamune's army ...
Battle Of Guanzhong (1861)
... Commander Zhang Zongyu Strength 200,000 Green Standard Army, 50,000 Xiang Army 180,000 Taipings, series wins to supply full over 250,000 strength Casualties and losses unknown Captain General Dor ... When Taiping's Western Army lost Wuhan, they lost their connection with their capital at Nanjing ... The Western Army was in desperate need of supplies, so former Western Army Commander Chen Yucheng decided to resupply at Guanzhong ...
Satake Clan - Edo Era
... In 1600, the Satake sided with the Western Army at the Battle of Sekigahara, and were discovered to be in secret communication with Ishida Mitsunari, the leader of the Western Army ... After the Western Army's defeat by the Eastern forces of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the Satake clan was allowed to continue, but was punished ...
First Balkan War - Order of Battle and Plans - Ottoman Empire - Ottoman Forces in The Balkans
... An effort had been made to reorganize the army by a German mission, but its effects had not taken hold, and the Ottoman army was caught in the midst of reform and reorganization ... In addition, several of the army's best battalions had been transferred to Yemen to face the ongoing rebellion there, and in the summer of 1912, the Ottoman High Command made the ... The regular army (Nizam) was composed of well-equipped and trained active divisions, but the reserve units (Redif) that reinforced it were ill-equipped, especially in artillery, and badly trained ...

Famous quotes containing the words army and/or western:

    It is only the enlightened ruler and the wise general who will use the highest intelligence of the army for the purposes of spying, and thereby they achieve great results.
    Sun Tzu (6–5th century B.C.)

    Westron wind, when will thou blow?
    The small rain down can rain.
    Christ, that my love were in my arms,
    And I in my bed again.
    —Unknown. Western Wind (l. 1–4)