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Myanmar Cavalry Formation
- Since then later Myanmar kings expanded the formation of cavalry forces in some regions not far away from the royal capital city, where land for cultivation was plentiful and irrigation was easily accessible. Many of the war captives taken from neighboring princely and tributary states were also organized and settled in the areas where population was scanty. The cavalry forces were vital in major offensives as they were easy for maneuvering. I can explain the reducing of the cavalry groups have many a causes. Then follows a detailed analysis identifying the emergence of the Myingun rebellion, over taxation, corrupted officials, beef consuming, cattle theft and limitation of Myanmar areas are also depended upon the political situation.
Moe Moe Oo
- Myanmar Historical Research Journal