In any period, there will always be a large number of famous battles that win more with less.
looking through ancient Chinese history, we will find a special phenomenon: no matter which period, there will always be a large number of famous battles that win more with less.
first of all, the strength superiority of the party with more people in the war is largely publicized.
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secondly, the greater the number, the stronger the combat strength.
whether it is Chen Sheng and Wu Guang uprising, Green Forest Red eyebrow uprising, Yellow towel uprising, Sun en uprising, Huangchao uprising, Fangla uprising or peasant uprisings at the end of Yuan and Ming dynasties, the insurgents often include all the refugees, hungry people, mobs, and even bandits, scattered troops, and so on. Apart from being cannon fodder, these people are of great use in fighting a war, and sometimes even lead to the collapse of the whole war situation because of lax discipline and taking the lead in running away. Therefore, in the history books, there are often examples of thousands of government troops defeating tens of thousands of insurgents, even in the dangerous situation at the end of the Ming Dynasty.