Top 10 similar words or synonyms for soldiers

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အမ်မီနမ် ၂၀၀၄ ခုနှစ် နိုဝင်ဘာ ၁၂ ရက်နေ့မှာထွက်ရှိခဲ့ပြီး Just Lose It, Like Toy Soldiers, Ass Like That စတဲ့သီချင်းတွေ နာမည်ကြီးခဲ့ပါတယ်။ ပထမနှစ်ပတ်မြောက် US မှာတင် ၁.၅ သန်းရောင်းရခဲ့ပါတယ်။ US Billboard 200 မှာလည်း No.1 ခိျတ်ခဲ့ပါတယ်။
အောက်တိုဘာတော်လှန်ရေး On July 1st about 500,000 workers and soldiers in Petrograd demonstrated, again demanding “all power to the soviets,” “down with the war,” and “down with the ten capitalist ministers.” The Provisional Government opened an offensive against the Germans on 1 July but it soon collapsed. The news of the offensive and its collapse intensified the struggle of the workers and the soldiers. A new crisis in the Provisional Government began on 15 July. On 16 July spontaneous demonstrations of workers and soldiers began in Petrograd, demanding that power be turned over to the soviets. The Central Committee of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party provided leadership to the spontaneous movements. On 17 July, over 500,000 people participated in a peaceful demonstration in Petrograd. The Provisional Government, with the support of the SR-Menshevik leaders of the All-Russian Executive Committee of the Soviets, ordered an armed attack against the demonstrators. Fifty-six people were killed and 650 were wounded.[3]
၂၀၁၅ ကိုးကန့်စစ်ပွဲ Burmese Minister for Information Ye Htut called on Chinese government to reign in any local officials who might be helping the group on their side of the border. According to Burmese military intelligence, MNDAA forces are being supported by former Chinese soldiers recruited as mercenaries. However, Chinese government claimed that it did not give military assistance to MNDAA and TNLA spokesman rejected the assertions by the Burmese government.
မြန်မာဘုရင့်တပ်မတော် The introduction of firearms first came to Burma from Ming China in the late 14th century. State-of-the-art Chinese military technology reached northern mainland Southeast Asia by way of Chinese traders and renegade soldiers, who despite the Ming government's prohibition, actively smuggled primitive handguns, gunpowder, cannon and rockets. True metal barreled handguns, first developed in 1288, and metal barreled artillery from the first half of 14th century had also spread. During the same period, Chinese and Arab-style firearms were also in use at the coast.
မြန်မာဘုရင့်တပ်မတော် The main military unit of the army was the regiment. A 1605 royal order decreed that the fighting forces should be organized as follows: each regiment shall consist of 1000 foot soldiers under 100 company leaders called "akyat" ( ), 10 battalion commanders called "ahsaw" ( ) and 1 commander called "ake" ( ), and all must be equipped with weapons including guns and cannon. In the early 17th century, a typical regiment consisting of 1000 men was armed with 10 cannon, 100 guns and 300 bows. Moreover, the camp followers should include expert catchers of wild elephants as well as musicians and astrologers.
အောက်တိုဘာတော်လှန်ရေး A conspiracy against the government began, headed by General Lavr Kornilov, who had been Commander-in-Chief since 18 July. In response to a Bolshevik appeal, Moscow’s working class began a protest strike of 400,000 workers. The Moscow workers were supported by strikes and protest rallies by workers in Kiev, Kharkov, Nizhny Novgorod, Ekaterinburg, and other cities. On 25 August the right-wing General Kornilov began a military revolt and started moving troops toward Petrograd. The Central Committee of the RSDLP appealed on 27 August to the workers, soldiers, and sailors of Petrograd to come to the defense of the revolution. The Bolshevik Party mobilized and organized the people to defeat the Kornilov revolt. The Red Guard in the capital, which by then numbered about 25,000 fighters, was supported by the garrison of the city, the Baltic sailors, the railroad workers, the workers of Moscow, the Donbas, the Urals, and the soldiers at the front and in the rear. Kornilov’s revolt and its defeat at the hands of the workers disorganized and weakened the Provisional Government, while demonstrating the strength of the Bolsheviks and increasing their authority.[3]
သိုင်းပညာ ယဉ်ကျေးမှုပို၍ရှေးကျသဖြင့် ယုတ္တိတန်ပေသည်။ တရုတ်သည် သိုင်းပညာ၏ ဖခင်ဖြစ်ပြီး အိန္ဒိယပြည်သည် သိုင်းပညာ၏ မိခင်ဖြစ်သည် ဟု သုတေသီတို့က ပြောစမှတ် ပြုကြဟန်တူသည်။ Chinese martial arts is the most oldest of all martial arts and it is possible to trace its roots back more than 4,600 years. The earliest form of Chinese martial arts is those practised by soldiers for direct use in battlefield combat. (Chinese Martial Arts was already established in China with an extensive written and oral tradition when Bodhidharma arrived). The Master Bodhidharma was a South Indian of the Western Region. He was the third son of a great Indian king. Buddhist monk Bodhidharma (as known as Daruma in Japanese and known as DaMo in Chinese) arrived in China about 520 A.D after a three year trip from India.
မြန်မာဘုရင့်တပ်မတော် The formal attire of the field infantry was minimalist. Ordinary foot soldiers were typically dressed only in thick quilted cotton jackets called "taikpon" (), even in the campaigns that required them to cross thick jungles and high mountains. Their dresses were hardly enough to keep the conscripts warm during the army's punishing, many-week-long marches. The palace guards wore more ostentatious uniforms—Bayinnaung's palace guards wore "golden helmets and splendid dresses"—and rode horses and elephants. In the First Anglo-Burmese War, a Western observer at the Burmese capital noted of the army leaving for the front: "each man was attired in a comfortable campaign jacket of black cloth, thickly wadded and quilted with cotton".
မြန်မာဘုရင့်တပ်မတော် Nevertheless, the pwe kyaung system was not sufficient to keep up with advances in military technology. In the 17th century, the army provided training in the use of firearms only to professional gun units. The average soldier was expected to fend for himself. Dutch sources record that when Burmese levies were mobilized in times of war, they were required to bring their own gunpowder, flints and provisions. It follows that when these recruits marched off to war with their own gunpowder and flints, they were clearly expected to use the guns that were normally kept under strict guard in a centralized magazine, and released to soldiers only during training or in times of war. Despite the majority of the conscripts not having received any formal training, the British commanders in the First Anglo-Burmese War observed that the musketry of the Burmese infantrymen under good commanders "was of formidable description".
အောက်တိုဘာတော်လှန်ရေး With Kornilov’s failed putsch, the Bolsheviks' popularity with the soviets significantly increased. During and after the defeat of Kornilov a mass turn of the soviets toward the Bolsheviks began, both in the central and local areas. On 31 August the Petrograd Soviet of Workers and Soldiers Deputies and on 5 September the Moscow Soviet Workers Deputies adopted the Bolshevik resolutions on the question of power. The Bolsheviks won a majority in the Soviets of Briansk, Samara, Saratov, Tsaritsyn, Minsk, Kiev, Tashkent, and other cities. In one day alone, 1 September, the All-Russian Central Executive Committee of Soviets received demands from 126 local soviets urging it to take power into its own hands.[3]