• An army marches on its stomach.
  • 軍隊は胃袋を頼りに行軍する;腹が減っては戦はできぬ
  • an army of ants
  • アリの大群
  • serve in the army
  • 軍務[兵役]に服する
  • A law for a Tribunal of Treason was enacted on 29 May after a long dispute between the White army and the Senate of the proper trial method to adopt.
  • Wikipedia: Finnish Civil War
  • A planned attack on September 16 was put off because of early morning fog, allowing Lee to prepare his defenses with an army less than half the size of McClellan's.
  • Wikipedia: George B. McClellan
  • According to Suetonius, the people of Rome met the news of Domitian's death with indifference, but the army was much grieved, calling for his deification immediately after the assassination, and in several provinces rioting.
  • Wikipedia: Domitian
  • Although Napoleon manoeuvred with customary brilliance, as evidenced by overturning the awful initial French position, the growing size of his armies stretched even his impressive mental faculties.
  • Wikipedia: War of the Fifth Coalition
  • Among the German populace, the myth arose—openly cultivated by the Army Chief of Staff Hindenburg—that the defeat was not the fault of the 'good core' of the army but due to certain left-wing groups within Germany; this would later be exploited by Nazi party propaganda to partly justify the overthrow of the Weimar Republic.
  • Wikipedia: Western Front (World War I)
  • Appian is uncertain whether he decimated the two consular legions for cowardice when he was appointed their commander, or whether he had his entire army decimated for a later defeat (an event in which up to 4,000 legionaries would have been executed).
  • Wikipedia: Third Servile War
  • As a result of a suggestion by Tamandaré—though Mitre had not issued orders for the move—Porto Alegre boarded his army onto Brazilian ships and instead brought them up to the positions occupied by the other allied troops.
  • Wikipedia: Manuel Marques de Sousa, Count of Porto Alegre
  • As Murat lulled the Austrians towards Ulm, the main French forces crashed through Central Germany and separated Mack's army from the other theaters of the war.
  • Wikipedia: Ulm Campaign
  • At Badr, the Muslim forces had allegedly maintained firm discipline, whereas at Uhud they broke ranks to pursue the Meccans, allowing Meccan cavalry to flank and rout their army.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Badr
  • At first Ptolemy was guarded towards Cleomenes, but soon came to respect him and promised to send him back to Greece with an army and a fleet.
  • Wikipedia: Cleomenean War
  • At the insistence of Francis I, the French army resumed the siege of Carignano, where Colonna held out for several weeks.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Ceresole
  • Beresford's corps was joined by Wellington's field army during June 1811, but even with this reinforcement time was fast running out.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Albuera
  • David retained the bulk of his army and thus the power to go on the offensive again.
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  • Focus has centered primarily on the Texian defenders, with little emphasis given to the role of the Tejano soldiers who served in the Texian army or the actions of the Mexican army.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of the Alamo
  • Francis had encamped the majority of his forces in the great walled park of Mirabello outside the city walls, placing them between Leyva's garrison and the approaching relief army.
  • Wikipedia: Italian War of 1521–1526
  • Furious that his army had been unable to take Moscow, Hitler dismissed his commander-in-chief, Walther von Brauchitsch, on 19 December 1941, and took personal charge of the Wehrmacht, effectively taking control of all military decisions and setting most experienced German officers against him.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Moscow
  • Further good news for the Allies arrived from northern Italy where, on 7 September, Prince Eugene had routed a French army before the Piedmontese capital, Turin, driving the Franco-Spanish forces from northern Italy.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Ramillies
  • He also had an effective well trained imperial army stationed at the capital led by his court eunuchs; this was the Army of Divine Strategy, numbering 240,000 in strength as recorded in 798.
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  • He crossed the Dulce River to the settlement of Nito, somewhere on the Amatique Bay, with about a dozen companions, and waited there for the rest of his army to regroup over the course of the next week.
  • Wikipedia: Spanish conquest of Guatemala