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From the earliest days of creation in the world, every nation has had an army to protect, defend and represent them. Throughout our existence, there have been deadly and destructive wars between independent countries or civil wars. Each army takes their training very seriously and will train over a number of years to become the biggest and best in the world.
We have seen throughout history how strong and destructive an army’s nation can be. Armies don’t always have to be just physically strong, but they need a strong intelligence system as well to get above the others.
World War One was a global war originating in Europe that lasted from 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918 which was triggered by the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria. The victory belonged to The Allies (mainly Britain, France, US) with Germany being the main loser, along with Austria – Hungary, The Ottoman Empire, and the other Central Powers. World War Two was another global war involving a large majority of the world’s countries, including all of the great powers, eventually forming two opposing military alliances: the Allies and the Axis.
The Allies took the win in 1945. The war was so incredibly widespread, it directly involved more than 30 countries and over 100 million people. Since then, armies have learned how to deal with different issues, produce different and advanced weapons, and of course be prepared if war should ever strike.
However, the modern military environment is much different than it used to be. Where sheer manpower and firearms used to rule battlefields, technology, missiles, aircraft, and money now summarize the pinnacle of military might, making armies stronger now, than ever before. Still, some militaries, in particular, are definitely known for their strength to this day. Here are some of the strongest in the world today.