In the revolution the typical fire fight style was when all the soldiers would stand in a line about 5-10 meters away from the opposing army and fire at will with extremly inaccurate smoothe bore muskets hoping the musket ball would hit somebody on the other side facing you hopeing the same thing. The fighting styles of the civil war are basicly the same as the fighting styles of the revolution. The melee combat in the revolution was basically fix bayonets and stab the heck out of your opponent until he dident move any more or fell to the ground and dident get up. The calvary fighting style did not involve men on horses fighting with swords instead it involved men on horses shooting at one an other with long barreld horse pistols or shot carbines. Sniping fighting style was a style that was mainly illusive of the enemy. Snipers had rifiling (grooves carved into the barrel of the rifle to put a spin on the bullet) down the barrels of ther guns no scopes, a sniper would sit in a tree and pick off enimies one by one from a distance looking for high quality targets. Artillary fighting styles were to use a large gun to launch a large (possibly exploding) projectile over a long distance to destroy the enemie ranks...=]]
European style; walk shoulder to shoulder with the men right next to you side by side directly into the rifles aiming at you. When you got close, say 50 yards, you leveled your musket/rifle and fired a volley (every man firing at once). After a year or two of this, the Americans (not US at that time) began to fight "Indian Style", taking cover behind trees and opening fire. The British continued to walk directly into our rifles. The British accused us of not fighting FAIR (Guerilla War)! We called it fighting SMART!
The Patriots used one of the earliest documented forms of "guerrilla warfare".
Prior to this era, wars were fought through number and tactic. Armies lined up face-to-face and squared off this way, head-to-head. Basically, whoever had more men and had a more clever strategy won the war.
In the American Revolution, however, Americans used guerrilla warfare to combat a force they stood little to no chance against should they have fought head on. The Patriots were not as large in number, skilled, or disciplined as their British adversaries, so they needed to find a way around this.
It wasn't uncommon for small numbers of Americans to hide out in trees, brush, bales of hay, buildings, etc. and ambush their enemies as they came through the area.
This shattered the entire concept of "respectful" and "acceptable" terms of warfare in favor of efficiency. This contributed largely to America's success during the American Revolution.
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The American's used guerrilla warfare tactics that they learned from the Native Americans. The British stood in a line.
As with most schools for Native Americans in the 19th and early 20th Century, the purpose was to try and make the Indian as "American" as possible.Children were taken from their tribes and homes and parents and mixed in with other Indians. Schools forbad any language other than English be used. Hair was cut in the normal "American" styles and both girls and boys had to wear "white clothing" and no "Indian dress." Basic subjects were taught but nothing reflecting the heritage of the Indians attending.
People today still read diaries ,essay , and novelsfrom this time. two unique styles of drama come from Japan-noh and kabuki.
Native Americans didn’t adopt European dress unless they were forced to.
During the Industrial Revolution, literature featured the newly wealthy middle class, who were now the nouveau riche as a result of the Industrial Revolution. Books which described the social mores and romances of the middle class were popular, especially those of Jane Austen. Another type of literature which was very popular were the socially conscious novels of Charles Dickens, who popularized the novel format, and became the most popular author of his time. The middle class attempted to mirror the social etiquette and taste of the aristocrats. As a result, neo-classical art, which imitated the original classical period became a popular art form.
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I guarantee more fighting styles will be in SR3. Such styles as Taewondo, Muay Thai, BJJ, Wrestling, Judo, Wing Chun, Tai Chi and so on, There 15 KungFu Styles and 8 MMA Styles in total
You go to the dojo at the south end of downtown, buy all the moves that the Special move tutor has, which unlocks new fighting styles, buy the fighting styles, then keep on getting stronger (while buying the new special moves the tutor offers) then get new fighting styles
the style of fighting used in the bourne movies is called kali
No the fighting styles range from wrestling to capoeira and lastly karate
guerrilla warfare was the main style
Colonial furniture was made in the American colonies before the end of the Revolution and largely influenced by contemporary European styles influenced by royalty such as Queen Anne.
Ultimate Fighting is a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) competition hosted and created by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) company to pit two fighters together who vary in training and fighting styles.