He took armies further, motivated his men from the front of the line and faced the enemy on their terran but always on his terms.
They say he modelled himself on Tran Hung Dao, the Mongolian Empire general who led the strongest army there.
What other Generals do you admire and what do you most admire about General Chat?
Yes correct Hi truespeed
We never found out enough about the great man!
I didn't see the original thread and thought this thread was a hoot! Nice job!
We are talking about Alexander the Great? Is that correct?
The big brother to private chat....
He began his career as an artillery officer, and he maintained a love for artillery throughout his reign. He put enormous emphasis on the power of field guns to change the tide of battle, and his wars happened to coincide with revolutions in cannoneering technology that made his visions possible.
He favored lighter, more mobile cannon than his enemies, and he deployed him in independent companies that were not hamstrung in their actions by the movement of supporting infantry or cavalry.
His artillery commanders were therefore able to put more constant, reliable pressure on an enemy, helping with Napoleon's characteristic aggressive posture and maneuvering.
Was he Genghis Khan? If so, very beautiful report about humanity's most preeminent propotional genocidal leader ever.
No, it's a play on words you see. There's no "General Chat" really.
It was something I started in 2009 and everyone (stupidly) pretends and writes something stupid.
It's possibly the stupidest topic on the forum. The "General Chat" section of the forum is for topics that cannot be put in other categories and not solely about a fictitious character who never existed😜😜😜
But we had a General Chat in the Swedish army!!!!
HM, but when I Think of it his name was Tjat... meaning nag-talk.
He must have been from Gothenburg... everyone from there use the Word Tjat frequently.
Its nice to read about him.