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Fall of the Mughuls, early to mid 18th c.

Fall of the Mughuls, early to C. From right to left: Rajput Zamindar, Maratha infantryman, Maratha light cavalryman

Abu Klea became famous as the battle where the so-called Fuzzy-Wuzzies - soldiers of the Hadendoa people, who got the nickname because of the peculiar bouffant hairstyle they affected - "broke the British square

Abu Klea became famous as the battle where the so-called Fuzzy-Wuzzies, soldiers of the Hadendoa people, got the nickname because of the peculiar bouffant hairstyle they affected - 'broke the British square'.

Fall of the Timurids, late 15th c.: Uzbegs kick out the Timurids which has the repercussion that the Timurids turn there attention to India and the Mughul empire is born. The Mughul leaders were direct decendants of Timur/Tamerlane.

Fall of the Timurids, late c.: Uzbegs kick out the Timurids which has the repercussion that the Timurids turn there attention to India and the Mughul empire is born. The Mughul leaders were direct decendants of Timur/Tamerlane.

Spartan warriors of the Geometric Period with Dipylon shields (artwork by Richard Hook. Copyright: Osprey publishing).

Spartan warriors of the Geometric Period with Dipylon shields (artwork by Richard Hook.

Angus McBride - Mujeres guerreras africanas

Gunpowder Armies is written by Tim Newark and published by Concord Publications Company.

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