What is mobilise?

  • (verb): Get ready for war.
    Synonyms: mobilize
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Some articles on mobilise:

Zimbabwe African People's Union - 2008 Withdrawal From Unity Accord
... electing an Interim Executive charged with the responsibility to mobilise and restructure the party and convene the party Congress by March 2009, in terms of ... That a campaign to mobilise resources in the country, from well-wishers everywhere, from fraternal political parties and International Organisations be undertaken forthwith ... purpose of electing an Interim Executive, charged to mobilise and restructure the party and convene the Party's Congress by March 2009, in terms of Article 6 ...
A. J. P. Taylor - Work - War By Timetable
... that if they possessed the ability to mobilise their armed forces faster than any of the others, this would serve as a sufficient deterrent to avoid war and allow ... Thus, the general staffs of the great powers developed elaborate timetables to mobilise faster than any of their rivals ... in 1914, though none of the statesmen of Europe wanted a world war, the need to mobilise faster than potential rivals created an inexorable movement towards war ...

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