Throughout human history, there have been great warriors who put their lives in danger in battle. In this History Channel series, former Green Berry Terry Schappert investigates the battle tactics used by the greatest fighters in history.
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Warriors goes inside the culture of the most famous warriors of all time to explore their weaponry, tactics, training and, ultimately, their psyche. Every episode tells the dramatic story of one of the world's iconic warrior groups - Vikings, Spartans, Barbarians and Samurai - including the rituals, technology and strategy that made them so mighty. Warriors is hosted by Terry Schappert, a Green Beret and 17 year veteran currently serving in the US Special Forces. He delves deep into the mindset of a warrior, revealing what made these individuals rise above others to lead, to fight and sometimes to die. Each Warriors episode also explores a climactic battle that showcases the warriors' strengths, weaknesses and life-and-death struggle. From Zulus to English Knights to Hawaiians, Schappert is fully immersed in the warrior culture, from the weapons used to the pre-battle rituals, to the initiations, to battlefield strategy and tactics. When delving deep into the Viking culture, he ... Written by History Channel

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Great show
5 May 2009 | by See all my reviews

The show is great; however, in the Zulu episode, Terry should have added that the British had trouble trying to bring ammunition to their men. According to several books regarding the Zulu War of 1879, the Zulu soon noticed that the British soldiers were no longer firing because of running out of bullets and then one Zulu warrior let out a war cry and the rest of the warriors got up and quickly smash the British lines.

If the German tribes use the night and the forest to their advantage, why didn't the German Army use that knowledge to develop better night and forest fighting tactics? In World War I and II, several German officers stated that the Russian Army were masters at night fighting and forest fighting. You think that the German Army been the world's greatest night and forest fighters since their forefathers were doing it for years among themselves and the Romans.


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