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Historical Civilizations Military Arts & Equipment

EVOLUTION OF BALLISTA – Totally Accurate Battle Simulator TABS

From the video description: “Totally Accurate Battle Simulator is a wacky physics-based tactics game. Experience accurate warfare through the ages. From medieval peasants to modern-day weaponry, TABS uses state of the art physics-based simulation to provide you with never-before-seen insight to our greatest battles of history.”

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Historical Civilizations

Medieval People

20 Videos from Modern History TV

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Historical Civilizations Military Arts & Equipment

Medieval Warfare

25 Videos from Modern History TV

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Historical Civilizations Military Arts & Equipment

How did cavalry carry everything on their saddle?

Video Description: The average civil war cavalry trooper had to carry more than just his weapons. He had to carry his bedroll, shelter, canteen, poncho, picket pin, lariat, haversack, and much more! How and where did they put all of it when riding on campaign?

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Historical Civilizations Military Arts & Equipment

MEDIEVAL MISCONCEPTIONS: jousting and lance combat

From the video description: What was knightly jousting and lance mounted combat TRULY like in the medieval period?

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Historical Civilizations Military Arts & Equipment

How did the Cavalry Feed Their Horses on The March?

After riding “40 miles a day on beans & hay”, the federal cavalry during the American Civil War had to allow their horses to graze and eat enough to replace the calories they burned while riding hard on campaign. How did they do this without the horses running off, or having to hold the reins the whole time? This week on the 11th OVC, lets learn how the cavalry allowed their horses to graze while in the field.

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