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|Outline of war|
"Medieval strategists made use of many forms of warfare, including set-piece battles, of course, as well as the petty warfare of raiding and harassment."
"Guerrillas, as Lieber defined them, were not tied directly to an army, and "carried on a petty war by raids, extortion, destruction, and massacre."
- Strachan, Hew (1983). European Armies and the Conduct of War. New York: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-07863-6.
- "strategy: Medieval strategy" Encyclopaedia Brtannica
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