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  • (diff | hist) . . m Musketeer‎; 21:37 . . (-2). .Buistr (talk | contribs)
  • (diff | hist) . . Musketeer‎; 09:42 . . (+45). .Wikifiveoh (talk | contribs)(Clarified that musketeers were infantry in most cases, however in some cases could operate mounted (such as the famous Musketeers of the king of France).)
  • (diff | hist) . . Pike (weapon)‎; 05:27 . . (-382). .202.137.22.54 (talk)(Tactics: It's certainly not accurate to say that pike has rarely been able to resist cavalry charges, certainly there were occasions when pike were broken by cavalry, but among infantry it could be said that pikes were the best at resisting cavalry.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Pike (weapon)‎; 05:20 . . (+1,000). .202.137.22.54 (talk)(Medieval revival: Adding the other side of the Medieval pike story, their failures as well as their victories.)

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19 July 2014

  • (diff | hist) . . Cavalry‎; 16:39 . . (-60). .Wikifiveoh (talk | contribs)(Removed part of sentence putting cavalry after chariotry in a historical context, as in some regions cavalry may have been used earlier in battle.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Doppelsöldner‎; 10:30 . . (-38). .Marcocapelle (talk | contribs)(removed category German words and phrases (linguistics), this article is not about words and phrases but about the subject that the words and phrases refer to (military))

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