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Cunning will win over the strong – History and ethnology.
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In everyday civilian life, the word “cunning” most often carries a negative connotation, but in war it is quite the opposite: sometimes it is tricks, deceit and disinformation that allow you to defeat the enemy. History is full of examples of how a handful of soldiers led by a cunning commander defeated entire hordes of enemies.
Razin’s “smart” victory. In June 1669, Stepan Razin, the leader of the barn, thanks to his natural ingenuity and talent as a commander, was able to win the largest naval victory for Russia in the 17th century. Since 1668, his “thieves” Cossacks dominated the Caspian Sea and attacked Iranian possessions. The Persians were offended that their subjects were suffering from the raids of some rebellious peasants, so when in 1669 Razin and his Cossacks settled on Pig Island, 50 to 70 ships were sent to destroy it, which were previously connected by chains to catch small Cossack ships are like fish in a net. Razin, who had only 15 sea and eight river plows at his disposal, hardly had any chances in open battle. Therefore, when the Cossacks saw the approach of the Persian fleet, they began to retreat to the sea, where there was more room for maneuver.
Stepan Razin (http://eho-2013.livejournal.com)
At the same time, the robbers managed the courts so badly that the leader of the Persians, Mammad Khan, believing in his easy victory, began the pursuit. When Razin lured the enemy into the open sea, his fleet turned around and opened fire on the Iranian flagship. Shells filled with oil and cotton set fire to a richly decorated ship, and it sank, dragging all neighboring ships with it. Panic broke out on the Persian ships. At this moment, the Cossacks showed all their skill and dexterity in managing the plows. They maneuvered between enemy ships, firing at them from all sides. One after another, the Iranian ships went to the bottom. Of the entire Persian flotilla, only three ships survived, on one of which Mammad Khan himself escaped. In this battle, Stepan Razin lost only 50 people wounded, but captured 33 guns, as well as two children of the Persian governor.
How Khmelnitsky captured two hetmans. On May 15, 1648, the army of Bohdan Khmelnitsky, numbering 18,000 people, entered the Korsun region. In Korsun itself at that moment were the troops of the Commonwealth (more than 20,000 people) led by the crown hetmans Mykola Potocki and Martyn Kalinovsky. They only received information about the crushing defeat of the gentry under Zhovti Vody and have not yet decided how to proceed. Khmelnitsky sent forward several of his scouts, who deliberately surrendered to the enemy. Playing defectors, they began to spread rumors that Khmelnytsky was leading a huge army, much more than the Poles in Korsun. Khmelnitsky himself built his troops in a crescent on a hill in front of the Polish camp and began to depict preparations for an attack by large forces.
Battle of Korsun (http://kozak.org.ua)
The Poles, believing the defectors, at the evening military council decided to retreat at dawn along the Boguslav road. They did not know that on the eve of one of the regiments of Khmelnitsky under the command of Maxim Krivonos and part of the Krymchaks went to the rear of the Poles and prepared a trap. As soon as the Poles left their camp and approached the hills, they stumbled upon a dig and rubble, attempts to bypass which were hampered by mud and gentle slopes of the hills. When the Polish detachments lost order, the Cossacks of Krivonos attacked them in front and from the flanks. Volleys of Cossack artillery sowed panic in the Polish camp, and the main forces of Khmelnitsky, who hit the rear, slammed the trap. In four hours, the enemy was completely defeated: in the hands of the Cossacks were 41 guns, two crown hetmans, 80 nobles, 127 officers, as well as a large amount of weapons, ammunition and provisions. Of the entire Polish army, only 1,500 people escaped death and captivity.
Zopyre’s trick. Sometimes, in order to deceive the enemy, you have to make sacrifices. This was also known to the Persian commander Zopyrus, who lived in the 5th century BC. He served King Darius I, who could not subdue rebellious Babylon. For two years, the inhabitants of the city, under the leadership of Nebuchadnezzar III, successfully held the siege of the Persians and did not even think about capitulation. Seeing no other way out, Zopyrus decided to destroy the city’s defenses from within. He ordered that his ears and nose be cut off. In this form, he came to the Babylonians and convinced them that he was crippled allegedly on the orders of Darius as punishment for the fact that he invited the king to reconcile with the inhabitants of Babylon. The Babylonians gave the disfigured commander shelter, and soon he finally ingratiated himself with them – he was made the chief commander.
Portrait of Zopyrus from a collection of biographies of 1553 (http://wikipedia.org)
The joy of the Babylonians knew no bounds: every time Zopyrus with his army went out against the Persians, they fled away in fear. None of the defenders suspected that all these retreats were pre-planned and carried out on the personal orders of Darius. Soon, Nebuchadnezzar had no doubts that the commander mutilated by the Persian king was a friend and defender of Babylon, which, in fact, Zopyr took advantage of when a good opportunity turned up. At the appointed hour, he opened the gates and let the Persian army into the city. Babylon fell, and Zopyr became a people’s benefactor and hero for the Persians. True, when Babylon rebelled again, already under King Xerxes I, the rebels first of all hastened to kill Zopyr, thereby getting even for treason.
Blood sport. Lacrosse is not very popular in our latitudes, but even in those countries where the game, invented by the Ojibwe Indian tribe, is a popular sports entertainment, not everyone knows that there is a moment in its history associated with deceit and blood. Due to a drought in 1762, the Ojibwe suffered from famine. In addition, their French allies lost the war to the British in 1763 and lost all their colonies, and the Indians did not like the new rules established by the British colonial government. Against the backdrop of all this, a prophet named Neolin appeared among the Indians, who called on all the tribes of Native Americans to unite and return to the old order. Chief Pontiac understood this call in his own way – for him, the return to the old order meant the return of the French. Therefore, he gathered a secret society from the leaders of various tribes and began to prepare an uprising. The conspirators struck their first blow in May 1763, as a result of which the British lost eight forts west of the Appalachians. The next target was Fort Mackinac.
Lacrosse as a trick (http://redtomahawks.unoforum.ru)
Since the news spread very slowly, no one in the fort knew about the uprising even after a month. Therefore, when in early June the Ojibwe Indians set up their camp right under the walls of Mackinac, they did not attach any importance to this. On June 4, the king’s birthday, the Indians invited the chief of the fort, Major George Etherington, and his men as spectators to the Baaga’adowe (the original name of lacrosse) as a mark of respect. The defenders gladly accepted the invitation and left the fort. At the same time, they did not think of closing the gate behind them or at least taking weapons. The Indians were counting on this: during the game, the ball “accidentally” flew into the gates of the fort, and several Ojibwe women ran after it. The soldiers did not attach any importance to this and waited for the continuation of the game. Once inside the fort, the women killed the sentries and took possession of their weapons, and then gave a signal to the tribesmen. The Indians killed the commandant of the fort and everyone who came with him to the game, after which the entire garrison and part of the population who tried to resist were killed.
Kanzhal massacre. In 1708, the Kabardians, refusing to pay tribute to the Crimean Khan and the Ottoman Sultan, incurred their wrath. To “admonish” the Circassians, an army was sent to Kabarda, led by Khan Kaplan-Gerai. According to various sources, the number of Ottoman-Tatar troops ranged from 20 to 40 thousand people. In an open battle, the Kabardians would have been completely destroyed, so they sent their negotiators to the Geray camp, who convinced the khan that they did not need a war, and everything could be resolved peacefully. That same evening, a group of Circassian defectors came to the enemy’s camp. Having lulled the vigilance of the enemy, the main forces of the Kabardians advanced to the Ottoman camp under the cover of night. They imperceptibly blocked all escape routes, and part of the soldiers climbed to the top of the mountain, at the base of which stood the enemy’s tents. Others led three hundred donkeys to the front line, with bundles of hay soaked in resin tied to their backs.
Prince Kurgoko Atazhukin (http://www.opoccuu.com)
At a signal, the hay was set on fire, and the animals were directed towards the enemy with daggers. Crazed animals burst into the camp, setting fire to everything in their path and crushing the sleeping soldiers. When the fire started, the Kabardians, who were sitting on the top of the mountain, began to push boulders onto the tents. The horses of the Tatars, frightened by the fire and screams, began to rush around the camp. The defectors and ambassadors turned out to be misguided assassins who slaughtered all enemy commanders. The completely disorganized troops of Giray could not do anything when 7,000 Kabardian horsemen led by Prince Kurgoko Atazhukin broke into the panic-stricken camp. Those who were not cut down by the Circassians died under the boulders or fell into the abyss. Various sources state that from 10 to 30 thousand Tatars and Ottomans were killed that night. For the Kabardians, the victory in the Battle of Kanzhal is still considered a national holiday.
Snake bombs. Surely everyone is well aware of who Hannibal is, but this commander received the glory of the greatest military strategist of antiquity not only for his Carthaginian “blitzkrieg”. Around 186 BC, hiding from Roman justice, he found refuge at the court of the king of Bithynia, Prusius I. At that time, he was just at war with the Pergamon king Eumenes II, who was an ally of Rome. Following the principle “the enemy of my enemy is my friend”, Hannibal offered his help to Prussia. They met with Eumenes in a naval battle. Two opposing squadrons lined up in battle formations, but before giving a signal to start the battle, Hannibal sent his ambassador to the enemy. When the ambassador approached the Pergamon fleet, he announced that he had a message for Eumenes II. He was taken to the ship where the king was, as they believed that the letter contained a proposal for a truce. However, to the dismay of the ruler of Pergamon, the letter contained only insults.
Hannibal’s Serpentine Bomb (http://www.toptenz.net)
Enraged Eumenes gave the order to start the battle. He did not suspect that, having received the ambassador, he betrayed the location of his ship. By order of Hannibal, the Bithynian fleet concentrated its attacks on the Pergamon flagship, and he, unable to withstand the onslaught, retreated to the nearest harbor. However, the Pergamon ships began to gain the upper hand over the fleet of Prusius, but suddenly earthenware pots flew onto their decks. According to the Roman historian Cornelius Nepos, at first the Pergamon sailors laughed, as they considered this a gesture of desperation, but then they realized that there were snakes in the pots, which quickly spread across the decks. Some sailors threw themselves into the sea, others took their ships to their native harbor. However, Prusius thanked Hannibal in a very peculiar way: wanting to curry favor with Rome, he gave the Senate the location of the commander hated by the Romans, and then his troops surrounded Hannibal’s refuge. Not wanting to surrender to the Romans, the commander took the poison that he kept in the ring, even outwitting Rome with his death.
The last invasion. On February 22, 1797, a French-Irish landing force landed near Fishguard, in Wales. The “Black Legion” under the command of the Irishman William Tate consisted of about one and a half thousand fighters. They were opposed by the troops of Lord Cowder, assembled by him from British soldiers, sailors and local militia, totaling 700 people. The British, although they managed to give the guests a “warm” welcome, without the support of artillery, they could only dream of defeating the Tate. Fortunately, everything didn’t go smoothly for him either: for some reason, the soldiers disliked the Irish colonel and revolted. In addition, the French did not really like to fight next to the Irish, because of which fights often started. Tate understood that a little more, and he would not be able to hide from the enemy that his troops were completely demoralized. Therefore, he organized a meeting with Cowder, at which he suggested that he capitulate and avoid unnecessary bloodshed, but the British lord was not from a timid dozen, and even savvy.
Royal Oak Pub. During the “Last Landing” it housed the headquarters of Lord Cowder (https://normanjorgensen.wordpress.com)
He realized that the superior army, and even under the command of the Irish, did not need to worry about the lives of the British, so instead of surrendering, he decided to bluff. Coder launched into a fiery tirade about how many soldiers he had, and how every hour there were more of them. At the conclusion of his speech, he himself demanded that Colonel Tate lay down his arms and surrender. The commander of the “Black Legion” decided not to test the authenticity of the Lord’s words in his own skin and accepted the terms of surrender – so almost seven hundred British were able to capture almost one and a half thousand soldiers of the Franco-Irish coalition, as well as capture one frigate and one corvette. The French frigate became part of the Royal Navy of Great Britain under the name HMS Fishguard, and the events near Fishguard went down in English history as the “Last Landing”, since after that no foreign power made any more attempts to land on the shores of Foggy Albion.
Bismarck’s falsification. Sometimes cunning is needed not only to win the war, but also to start it at the right time and not look like an aggressor in the eyes of the world community. Otto von Bismarck understood this very well. After the victory of Germany in the Austro-Prussian-Italian war, only the lands of southern Germany, which were in the hands of the French, were missing until complete unification. By that time, the French had managed to annoy all the powers a little, but if Germany had unleashed a war with France, it would have become an aggressor. In the long run, this could spoil relations with other countries, and the French could have allies. The dispute for the Spanish throne was for Bismarck an excellent opportunity to start a war and not involve other states in it. After the overthrow of Queen Isabella II in 1868, Germany nominated a relative of Wilhelm I, Leopold of Hohenzollern, as a candidate for the throne. This caused dissatisfaction with Napoleon III, who had his own candidacy. On July 8, 1870, through the ambassador, he conveyed to the Prussian king a demand to dissuade his relative from claiming the Spanish throne, and Wilhelm, fearing war, agreed. Bismarck, learning about this, was furious. However, the arrogance of the French government played a cruel joke on the French: on November 13, France demanded that Wilhelm I officially ban Leopold from accepting the Spanish throne, even if he was ever asked to do so.
Otto von Bismarck – “Iron Chancellor” and the main cunning of Germany (http://thinkclassical.blogspot.ru) this occasion. Then a new demand was formulated in Paris, according to which Wilhelm I would never encroach on the dignity of France. However, the king was unable to give the ambassador an audience and listened to the demands of the French side at the station, after which he promised to continue the conversation in Berlin. Leaving, Wilhelm, ordered to inform Bismarck about everything. The “Iron Chancellor”, having received the dispatch, slightly edited it, and in the final version of the document, Wilhelm allegedly not only refused the French ambassador an audience, but stated that they had nothing more to discuss. In this form, this message was published in all the newspapers, Paris simply exploded with indignation, France declared war on Germany and began to look like an aggressor in the eyes of the public.
Decreasing army. The number of intrigues that were going on at the court of the Chinese rulers during the era of the Warring States, could be the envy of any royal house in Europe. As a result of one such military adviser Sun Bin, a descendant of the Chinese philosopher and strategist Sun Tzu, was accused of treason by his longtime rival Pang Juan. As punishment, Sun Bing was tattooed on his face telling about his crime, his kneecaps were cut out (according to another version, his feet were cut off) and expelled from the Wei kingdom. However, a man with such a brilliant mind would be useful in the court of any ruler, and therefore he was gladly received in the kingdom of Qi, over whose army the Wei soldiers repeatedly defeated thanks to the advice of Bin. When these two kingdoms once again unleashed a war, Sun Bin, having recovered from his wounds, stood at the head of the army of Qi, while the culprit of all his misadventures, Pang Juan, led the army of the kingdom of Wei. The Qi army had a bad reputation: throughout China, their soldiers were considered cowards, and their commanders were mediocre. On this, a descendant of Sun Tzu decided to play.
Sun Bin (http://thai.chinese.cn)
Every time Juan’s troops came close to Bin’s army, the latter gave the order to retreat, and every night when the army set up camp, he ordered fewer and fewer fires to be lit . So on the first night, Juan’s scouts saw about 100,000 fires, the next night there were already half as many, then only 20,000, and so on. Pang Juan was jubilant: he believed that the Qi soldiers, as always, were running home without even joining the battle. Therefore, after another sortie, he decided to finish off the remnants of the enemy army, that night he gathered the best warriors and set off with them. According to legend, when Pang Juan drove up to the camp of Qi troops, he saw a tree with peeled bark, on which there was an inscription. To see it, the commander of the Wei army lit a torch and read: “Pang Juan will die under this tree.” He had hardly finished reading when 10,000 Qi archers opened fire at the same time. Juan’s horsemen fell one by one under a hail of arrows. The commander of the kingdom of Wei, realizing that he lost to the cripple, could not stand the shame and cut his throat.
Insidious Zhang Xun. The best evidence that even in the face of superior enemy forces can be won if you choose the right strategy and resort to a number of tricks is the story of General Zhang Xun. In 755, an uprising broke out in China, later called the An Lushan rebellion. General Xun was a supporter of the ruling Tang dynasty. In 756, he, with his two thousandth army, ended up in the city of Yongqiu, which was very quickly surrounded by a forty thousandth army of rebels. The city was well fortified, but the general understood that defeating the enemy, who was so much superior in strength, was not an easy task, and one could not cope with it without tricks. The first time he went for a trick was when his soldiers began to run out of arrows. By order of the general, his fighters, together with the locals, made a hundred dummies from straw, which they dressed up as soldiers. At night, when the enemies were sleeping, they lowered straw warriors on ropes from the city walls.
General Zhang Xun (http://history.cultural-china.com)
After that, the defenders started blowing trumpets and beating drums. The enemy thought that an attack had begun. In the dark, the straw men in clothes looked like real soldiers, so the enemy showered the attackers with arrows. After some time, the figures were dragged back, and the arrows were pulled out and distributed to the archers.