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    Posted: 26-Mar-2018 at 12:13
I would rank Moltke higher, definitely above his countryman Guderian.

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Under General Raheel Sharif's command, the Army carried out operations in North Waziristan, namely Operation Zarb-e-Azb which stabilized the North-west of the country. He expanded the role of paramilitaries in Karachi which is widely credited with reducing the level of violence in Pakistan's commercial capital. The Pakistani military under his command has also supported the democratically elected government on the federal level and the Baloch provincial and local government in ending the Balochistan insurgency by pursuing reconciliation and integration of former militants back into mainstream Pakistani society. General Sharif also developed a new brigade-level military unit to help protect and secure the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor which runs through Balochistan province. General Sharif helped to develop Pakistan's indigenous defence industry which resulted in the savings of more than $1.14 billion of Pakistan's forex, over a year and half time period.

 

General Sharif achieved his objectives by strengthening the role of the military in affairs directly concerning national security and foreign policy, while leaving the civilian government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in control of social and economic policy. "Pakistan's Military Tightens Grip on Security Policy". Time. Retrieved 29 May 2017.</ref> were reconciling Pakistan with America by striking against militant groups near the Afghan border, carrying out Pakistan's first joint military exercises with Russia, and deepening relations with China.

 

He became the first Pakistani general to retire on time and not seek an extension in over twenty years. General Sharif said that he was "ready to serve Pakistan" even after his retirement through helping military veterans. General Sharif left a respected legacy in Pakistan. He is widely credited with reducing terrorism inside the country; violence in the country was reduced to its lowest level since 2006, with an overall decline of 70% in terrorist attacks under his tenure. Continue Reading http://https://arynews.tv/en/zarb-e-azb-laid-strong-foundation-of-peace-in-pakistan-coas/

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It's great to observe that my favourite Alexander the great is still there in the 1st position. Who aren't voting him, just have a look on wikitour map on Alexander . He almost conquered the total world (map) with a very short life of 33 years only!
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