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How to win wars without fighting. - Military Theory Animated

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The art of war was written by Sun Tzu in 512 BC. While certainly an old text, some of it's wisdom still holds true today. This episode is going to talk about how to win in warfare without actually fighting.

Sources:
The Art of War - Sun Tzu

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About me:
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I'm Imperial Scribe, I make animations about military and naval history as well as war theory. I put out 1-2 major battle videos per month with a number of shorter videos in between.

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Schedule:
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Upcoming videos:

August:
Battle of Thermopylae. [Long]
The storming of gate pah. [Long]
The art of war [short]
How the roman empire built their way to victor. [short]
Origin of taken aback.

Note: Schedule is tentative.

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Music:
Troposphere - Purple Planet Music
CCA Liscense
http://www.purple-planet.com/

Music (outro):
FarAway - Copyrightfreemusic
http://bit.ly/2KPtigC

Stock sound effects:
https://freesound.org/

May include miscellaneous licensed stock art.

Information is derived from a number of historical sources including websites, historians, and literature. The fog of history is a real thing, even relatively recent events often have sources in disagreement or relying on one another. When possible information is derived from first-hand sources and where not possible information is found by taking multiple second-hand sources. It is not possible for anyone to guarantee perfect historical accuracy, but I do my absolute best to ensure that all information in my videos is well sourced and backed up by historical sources and evidence.

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points for philosophy

Very nice

So this was a great narrating element here the voice itself is really nice and has a crisp and clear sound the animation is presented well along the narrating so really nice job here and some really nice visuals you really put together something nice here

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no changes as this was well done and is fine as is.

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I really should read me some Sun Tzu some time! So much wisdom in the classics... the topic here seems pretty self-explanatory, but the examples lend it a bit more entertaining/enlightening a structure. Nice work.

-cd-

I like the way of narrative, but the story of Zhao Yun playing music at the open gate of empty (unguarded) city is not exact accurate - It was Zhu Gelian (Zhao's boss, the prime minister) who did it, scared off his arch enemy - Si Mayi.

Some history here and there is not a bad thing...

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Jan 14, 2019
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  • Daily 3rd Place January 15, 2019