What does warfare mean?

Warfare, the


change the methods of warfare, adapt to the new circumstances

But the Kremlin is also active in asymmetrical warfare, interfering via troll factories in the US election campaign, in Brexit votes, in elections in Eastern Europe, and cracking Bundestag networks in Berlin. [Bild am Sonntag, December 29, 2019, no. 52]

Ultimately, modern warfare can ultimately lead to the extinction of all humanity. [Welt am Sonntag, October 20, 2019, No. 42]

The armament of the region with weapons for electronic warfare represented a danger, the time for mediation was running out. [Süddeutsche Zeitung, 02.11.2018]

Hitler's criminal warfare set us apart from other nations. [Berliner Zeitung, August 19, 1945]

What the individual soldier has to achieve has remained essentially unchanged for a long time, indeed, in some respects it has been reduced by the modern way of waging war. [Simmel, Georg: Philosophy of Money. In: Philosophy from Plato to Nietzsche, Berlin: Directmedia Publ. 2000 [1900], p. 62626]

more general armed conflict


Warfare used to be a natural condition of humanity. [Süddeutsche Zeitung, February 15, 2018]

In the pursuit of its national interests, every state has the indisputable right to wage war, even to military aggression. [Die Welt, 10/22/2019]

Everything was subordinated to war preparation and then to warfare. [Berliner Zeitung, 07/10/1945]

The double organization of larger social settled bodies for warfare and peacekeeping is the core of state formation. [Schmoller, Gustav: Grundriß der Allgemeine Volkswirtschaftslehre, first part, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot 1978 [1900], p. 290]

If researchers and the exhibition were to finally pay attention to the perverse warfare and extermination campaigns of recent times, they might come closer to the motifs of the human beast. [Frankfurter Rundschau, April 21, 1997] unusual. Pl.