Napoleon Series Archive 2009

Re: Influence of sea power on French Revn. & Empir

The term dominant land power generally designates one that is dominant because of a large standing army meant to defeat or intimidate its enemies and potential enemies who also are similarly armed, equipped, and organized.

If you mean to change the definition to apply to the parameters you have introduced, then you'll have to include the British, who have been left out of the equation in this discussion, because of their dominance of the Indian subcontinent, southern and eastern Africa, Egypt and the Sudan, and the conquest of French North America.

Sincerely,
K

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One could argue against that Don
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