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It is a fallacy that in war technology always trumps manpower. It has not proved true in either conventional or guerrilla warfare. In World War II, Germany enjoyed technological superiority over the allies throughout the conflict, and Japan did so in the first years. This is not even to mention the numerous irregular conflicts, in which militias fighting oftentimes with nothing better than old flintlocks defeating far better-armed antagonists.

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