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Pantheon Club

The Pantheon club was a French revolutionary political club founded in Paris the 6 November 1795. Its official name was Reunion of Friends of the Republic. It was composed of former terrorists and inconditional Jacobins coming from the petite bou ...

Patriotic Society of 1789

The Society of 1789, or the Patriotic Society of 1789, was a political club of the French Revolution inaugurated during a festive banquet held at Palais-Royal in May 1790 by more moderate elements of the Club Breton. At their height of influence, ...

Battle of Alapan

The Battle of Alapan was fought on May 28, 1898, and was the first military victory of Emilio Aguinaldo after his return to the Philippines from Hong Kong. After American naval victory of the Battle of Manila Bay, Aguinaldo returned from exile in ...

Battle of Aliaga

The "Battle of Aliaga" was fought on September 5–6, 1897, between the Philippine revolutionaries of Nueva Ecija and the Spanish forces of Governor General Primo de Rivera. It is often described as one of the "most glorious battles" of the Philipp ...

Battle of Barrio Yoting

The Battle of Barrio Yoting occurred in December 3, 1898 in Pilar, Capiz province, between the colonial forces of the Spanish Empire and that of Katipunan under the Visayan "female General" Teresa Magbanua. The Katipuneros were victorious in this ...

Battle of Binakayan-Dalahican

The Battle of Binakayan-Dalahican was a simultaneous battle during the Philippine Revolution that was fought from November 9–11, 1896 that led to a decisive Filipino victory. The twin battle took place at the shores of Binakayan, in the town of C ...

Battle of Calamba

The Battle of Calamba was a battle fought between Filipino Revolutionaries in Laguna in the Philippines and the colonial forces of the Spanish Empire.

Battle of Camalig

The Battle of Camalig in Albay province, Philippines, was fought on April 2, 1898 between the forces of colonial Spanish government in Bicol Region and Bicolanos under Bicolano revolutionaries General Vito Belarmino, Simeon Ola, and Glicerio Delg ...

Cry of Nueva Ecija

The first Cry of Nueva Ecija occurred September 2–5, 1896, in the province of Nueva Ecija, in the Philippines under Spanish rule. It followed shortly after the Cry of Pugad Lawin and was the first call for revolution in central Luzon. Roughly 3.0 ...

Cry of Tarlac

The Cry of Tarlac was an uprising led by General Francisco Macabulos in La Paz, Tarlac in January 1897. Although the province of Tarlac was already classified to be in a state of rebellion even before the uprising, major hostilities unfolded afte ...

Battle of Imus

The Battle of Imus, or the Siege of Imus, was the first major battle of the Philippine revolution against the Spanish colonial government in the province of Cavite. It was fought between September 1–3, 1896 at Imus, Cavite province in the Philipp ...

Kawit revolt

The Kawit revolt was a short skirmish in the beginning of the revolution in Cavite. Captain Emilio Aguinaldo led some 400 men to the town hall of Kawit, guarded by a few Guardia Civil there. A few days after the revolt, Aguinaldo marched to Imus ...

Battle of Noveleta

The Battle of Noveleta was a major battle during the Philippine revolution and was one of the very first engagements of the revolution in Cavite. In the latter part of the revolution, Noveleta played a key role for the Magdalo and Magdiwang facti ...

Battle of Pasong Tamo

The Battle of Pasong Tamo was a series of short skirmishes shortly after the Cry of Balintawak between the remaining Katipuneros in Caloocan and the Guardia Civil.

Battle of Perez Dasmariñas

The Battle of Perez Dasmariñas occurred during the Cavite Offensive of 1897, an all-out attack commanded by Maj. Gen. Jose de Lachambre to recapture Cavite in the Philippines since their loss at the twin battles of Binakayan and Dalahican and to ...

Retreat to Montalban

The Retreat to Montalban occurred during the Philippine Revolution after the 1897 Battle of Naic south west of Cavite when Philippine General Emilio Aguinaldos and his forces retreated to Puray, Montalban where they made a last stand on 3 May 189 ...

Battle of Sambat

The Battle of Sambat was the culminating battle of the first revolts of the Katipunan in Laguna. The battle was the final major action for the Katipunan chapter of Maluningning ending in the defeat of the rebels and martial law in Laguna province.

Battle of San Mateo and Montalban

The Battle of San Mateo and Montalban was a battle fought between the remaining Katipuneros under the command of Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Jacinto and the Spanish government after a failed attempt to capture the El Deposito water works at San J ...

Siege of Masbate

The Siege of Masbate was fought on August 19, 1898 on Masbate island in the Visayas as a part of the Philippine Revolution. The revolt sparked the beginning of the revolutionary governments involvement in the Visayas. It is also one of the most o ...

Siege of Zamboanga

The Siege of Fort Pilar was fought between April and May 1899 on then-town of Zamboanga in Mindanao as a part of the Philippine Revolution. One of the only few actions against Spanish colonials forces in Mindanao, the victory brought about by the ...

Battle of Talisay

The Battle of Talisay in Batangas province, Philippines, was fought during the Philippine Revolution in October 12, 1896, that led to Filipino victory.

Battle of Tayabas

The Battle of Tayabas was a 2-month campaign of the Philippine Revolution which saw intense guerrilla warfare and bloodshed for the province. The battle occurred shortly after Aguinaldos return from Hong Kong in May of the same year. Tayabas was ...

Fannin Battleground State Historic Site

The Fannin Battleground State Historic Site commemorates the Battle of Coleto Creek, a battle of the Texas Revolution, fought on March 19 and 20, 1836 between Texian forces commanded by Col. James W. Fannin and the Mexican Army commanded by Mexic ...

Texas Heroes Monument

The Texas Heroes Monument is located in Galveston, Texas, and was commissioned by Henry Rosenberg to commemorate the brave people who fought during the Texas Revolution. The monument was built by New England Granite Works using Concord, New Hamps ...

Russian battleship Ekaterina II

Ekaterina II was the lead ship of the Ekaterina II -class ironclads battleships built for the Imperial Russian Navy in the 1880s. Her crew was considered unreliable when the crew of the pre-dreadnought battleship Potemkin mutinied in June 1905 an ...

ASU-57

The ASU-57 was a small, lightly constructed Soviet assault gun specifically designed for use by Soviet airborne divisions. From 1960 onwards, it was gradually phased out in favour of the ASU-85.

ASU-85

The ASU-85 is a Soviet-designed airborne self-propelled gun of the Cold War era. From 1959, it began to replace the open-topped ASU-57 in service. It was, in turn, replaced by the BMD-1 beginning in 1969.

BMD-2

The BMD-2 is a Soviet airborne infantry fighting vehicle, introduced in 1985. It is a variant of BMD-1 with a new turret and some changes done to the hull. BMD stands for Boyevaya Mashina Desanta. It was developed as a replacement of BMD-1 but it ...

BMD-3

The BMD-3 is an infantry fighting vehicle originating from the former Soviet Union. This armored fighting vehicle is one of the lightest in its class and is intended to be a fire support platform for use by airborne and air assault units. The pri ...

Humber Hornet

The FV1620 Humber Hornet was a specialised air-deployable armoured fighting vehicle designed to carry the Malkara, an anti-tank guided missile developed by Australia and the United Kingdom.

M56 Scorpion

The M56 Scorpion is an American unarmored, airmobile self-propelled anti-tank gun, which was armed with a 90mm M54 gun with a simple blast shield, and an unprotected crew compartment.

ZBD-03

The ZBD-03 or Type 03 is a Chinese airborne infantry fighting vehicle. It features a light-weight chassis and hydropneumatic suspension for airborne operations. Early prototypes received the designation ZLC-2000.

Amphibious assault ship

An amphibious assault ship is a type of amphibious warfare ship employed to land and support ground forces on enemy territory by an amphibious assault. The design evolved from aircraft carriers converted for use as helicopter carriers. Modern shi ...

Amphibious assault submarine

An amphibious assault submarine is a theoretical submarine equivalent of an amphibious assault ship. While such ships have been proposed in the past by both the United States and the Soviet Union, none has ever been built. Converted or standard s ...

Enforcer (ship design)

The Enforcer is a ship design jointly developed by the Royal Netherlands Navy and the Spanish Navy. Development began in the 1980-ies, when the naval power of the Netherlands began investigating ways to provide amphibious vehicles. In 1994, preli ...

Landing helicopter assault

Landing helicopter assault is the United States Navys hull classification symbol for the general purpose helicopter-carrying amphibious assault ships of the Tarawa and America classes. Their goal is to demonstrate the power and to maintain presen ...

Landing helicopter dock

A landing helicopter dock is a multipurpose amphibious assault ship which is capable of operating helicopters and has a well deck. The United States Navy, Royal Australian Navy and NATO use the term as a hull classification symbol. LHD vessels ar ...

Landing platform helicopter

Landing platform helicopter is a term used by some navies to denote a type of amphibious warfare ship designed primarily to operate as a launch and recovery platform for helicopters and other VTOL aircraft. As such, they are considered a type of ...

Landing Ship, Tank

Landing Ship, Tank, or tank landing ship, is the naval designation for ships first developed during World War II to support amphibious operations by carrying tanks, vehicles, cargo, and landing troops directly onto shore with no docks or piers. T ...

Tanks in World War I

The development of tanks in World War I was a response to the stalemate that developed on the Western Front. Although vehicles that incorporated the basic principles of the tank had been projected in the decade or so before the War, it was the al ...

United States Army CBRN School

The United States Army CBRN School, located at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, is the primary American training school specializing in military Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear defense. Until 2008, it was known as the United States Ar ...

United States Army Gas School

The United States Army Gas School was established during World War I at Camp A.A. Humphreys in Virginia. The first courses began in May 1918 and the school was designed to instruct commissioned and noncommissioned officers in chemical warfare.

AGM-45 Shrike

AGM-45 Shrike is an American anti-radiation missile designed to home in on hostile anti-aircraft radar. The Shrike was developed by the Naval Weapons Center at China Lake in 1963 by mating a seeker head to the rocket body of an AIM-7 Sparrow. It ...

AGM-78 Standard ARM

Originally developed for the US Navy during the late 1960s, the AGM-78 was created in large part because of the limitations of the AGM-45 Shrike, which suffered from a small warhead, limited range and a poor guidance system. General Dynamics was ...

PL-12

The PL-12 is an active radar-guided beyond-visual-range air-to-air missile developed by the Peoples Republic of China. It is considered comparable to the American AIM-120 AMRAAM and the Russian R-77.

Sky Sword

Sky Sword are a series of missile systems developed by the National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology in Taiwan for the Republic of China Air Force.

YJ-91

YJ-91 is the Chinese version of the Kh-31. YJ is short for Ying Ji meaning eagle strike. After purchasing 200 Kh-31Ps from Russia, China decided to develop its own version, because the original Kh-31 missile did not fully satisfy Chinese requirem ...

Digital radio frequency memory

Digital Radio Frequency Memory is an electronic method for digitally capturing and retransmitting RF signal. DRFMs are typically used in radar jamming, although applications in cellular communications are becoming more common.

Meaconing

Meaconing is the interception and rebroadcast of navigation signals. These signals are rebroadcast on the received frequency, typically, with power higher than the original signal, to confuse enemy navigation. Consequently, aircraft or ground sta ...

Sky Shield

Sky Shield is an advanced airborne support jammer system developed by Rafael in Israel. Sky shield is supported by the silencer Pod for fighter aircraft provides an all-inclusive universal support jamming system. Sky shield engages enemy radars i ...