More than 500 years before Christ was born a Chinese general and philosopher penned the chronicles that we know today as the Art of War. That Generals name was Sun Tsu. Packed full of ancient wisdom that has since been passed around the globe, it was produced during a tumultuous time of warring states.
History suggests that after the chronicles were penned and General Tsu’s king of state, the King of Wu read them and he challenged the good general to use that same wisdom to train an army of the least likely: 180 concubine women from kings harem would be assigned to the general and he was ordered to use the wisdom written therein to create a fighting force.
The general picked the kings two favorites as officers in command and put them in charge of 90 women divisions and charged these two women with their troops being able…
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