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A redoubt (historically redout) is a fort or fort system usually consisting of an enclosed defensive emplacement outside a larger fort, usually relying on earthworks, although some are constructed of stone or brick. It is meant to protect soldiers outside the main defensive line and can be a permanent structure or a hastily constructed temporary fortification. The word means "a place of retreat". Redoubts were a component of the military strategies of most European empires during the colonial era, especially in the outer works of Vauban-style fortresses made popular during the 17th century, although the concept of redoubts has existed since medieval times. A redoubt differs from a redan in that the redan is open in the rear, whereas the redoubt was considered an enclosed work.

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  • طابية (توضيح)
  • Redoute (Festung)
  • Redoubt
  • Reducto
  • Redoute (militaire)
  • Ridotta
  • Redoute
  • Reduta
  • Редут
  • Reduto (arquitetura)
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  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Redoute. Une redoute est un fort ou un système de fortification consistant généralement en un emplacement fortifié défensif à l’extérieur d’un fort plus grand. Elle sert à protéger les soldats hors de la ligne de défense principale et elle est construite à la hâte.
  • Een redoute is een kleine geheel omsloten veldschans met alleen uitspringende en geen inspringende hoeken.
  • Reduta (wł. ridotta, fr. redoute) – rodzaj szańca. Zamknięte, samodzielne dzieło fortyfikacyjne polowe lub półstałe na narysie koła, kwadratu lub innego wieloboku przeznaczone do samodzielnie prowadzonej obrony. Reduty budowano przed linią umocnień obronnych, otaczano je wałem ziemnym lub fosą. Często budowano je w kształcie lunety z zamkniętą szyją. Reduty budowano od XVI wieku do początku I wojny światowej.
  • Реду́т (фр. redoute от лат. reductus — удаленный, убежище) — отдельно стоящее укрепление сомкнутого вида, как правило (но не обязательно) земляное, с валом и рвом, предназначенное для круговой обороны.
  • Designa-se reduto, em arquitetura militar, a uma obra de pequenas dimensões, de planta quadrangular, num baluarte ou revelim, ou por vezes fora da esplanada, mas ainda ao alcance do poder de fogo do caminho coberto da fortificação abaluartada. Em Portugal, nas chamadas Linhas de Torres por exemplo, surge por diversas vezes isolado, ou seja, sem estar associado a um outro baluarte ou revelim. Um reduto também pode constituir-se numa obra de aproximação dos sitiantes, apresentando geralmente quatro lados, sem flancos.
  • A redoubt (historically redout) is a fort or fort system usually consisting of an enclosed defensive emplacement outside a larger fort, usually relying on earthworks, although some are constructed of stone or brick. It is meant to protect soldiers outside the main defensive line and can be a permanent structure or a hastily constructed temporary fortification. The word means "a place of retreat". Redoubts were a component of the military strategies of most European empires during the colonial era, especially in the outer works of Vauban-style fortresses made popular during the 17th century, although the concept of redoubts has existed since medieval times. A redoubt differs from a redan in that the redan is open in the rear, whereas the redoubt was considered an enclosed work.
  • Als eine Redoute (aus dem französischen, gespr. rödūt', ital. ridotto, vom mittelalterlichen reductus, ein Ort der Zurückgezogenheit) bezeichnet man im Festungsbau eine geschlossene Feldschanze, die nach allen Seiten von gleich starken Brustwehren umgeben ist und ausschließlich vorspringende Winkel aufweist. In größeren Redouten wurde ein Reduit (namentlich ein Blockhaus) zum Schutz gegen Wurffeuer errichtet. Dieses diente auch als Rückzugsmöglichkeit, um den Gegner nach einem gelungenen Sturm wieder aus der Redoute vertreiben zu können.
  • Reducto es una obra, bien permanente bien temporal, destinada a refugio o fortificación para la defensa. Deriva de la palabra latina reductus, que significa «apartado, retirado». Los reductos adoptan diversas formas y tamaños, si bien ordinariamente tienen varios lados y constan de parapetos y una o más banquetas. Se construyen los reductos regularmente en las líneas de circunvalación y en los aproches y también en los retornos de la trinchera y el foso.
  • Nel gergo militare si definisce ridotta, o meno frequentemente ridotto, una fortificazione di minore importanza o comunque considerata secondaria. La ridotta generalmente non è mai isolata in un territorio, proprio in funzione della sua minore potenza, ma è utilizzata come parte integrante di un sistema difensivo più ampio, che il più delle volte affianca alle stesse ridotte delle roccaforti, dei castelli o dei muri di difesa. Vi potevano trovar riparo soldati o materiali bellici.
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