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Debellation
Debellation Deb`el*la"tion, n. [LL. debellatio.] The act of conquering or subduing. [Obs.]

Meaning of Debellatio from wikipedia

- The term "debellatio" or "debellation" (Latin "defeating, or the act of conquering or subduing", literally, "warring (the enemy) down", from Latin bellum...
- Defeat may refer to: the opposite of victory Debellatio Surrender (military) usually follows a defeat Defeatism Failure List of military disasters...
- in war of aggression or defensive war), or the total military defeat (debellatio) of an enemy state. War of annihilation is defined as a radicalized form...
- hostile armed force of a particular body of troops, a town or a territory. Debellatio occurs when a war ends because of the complete destruction of a belligerent...
- Mościcki and Marshal Edward Rydz-Śmigły on 17 September as an evidence of debellatio causing the extinction of the Polish state, and consequently declared...
- West Germany was regarded as a key bulwark against the Eastern Bloc. Debellatio Scorched earth Victor's justice Carthago delenda est Ridley, R.T. (1986)...
- Prize of war Revanchism Roerich Pact Status quo ante bellum Vae victis Debellatio Manifest destiny War of aggression "Definition of Aggression – General...
- antebellum, bellic, bellicose, bellicosity, belligerence, belligerent, debellatio, imbellic, rebel, rebellion, revel, revelment, revelry bellus bell- pretty...
- addition to any other crime named. E.g. "tresp**** de bonis asportatis". debellatio warring down Complete annihilation of a warring party, bringing about...
- Conflicts Project (RULAC) Command responsibility Crimes against humanity Debellatio International law Islamic military jurisprudence Lawfare Law of occupation...
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