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During the First World War, F. W. Lanchester proposed several immature mathematics models for the first time to describe the aerial tactics. After that, the researchers gradually extend the model to the field of the single battle to the whole campaign. Based on the battle cases data during the Second World War, we put forward a mathematic combat model about the ammunition consumption and arms of services in joining battle of Berlin battle and try to simulate the battlefield of war in the case of the typical conditions of mechanized war. And finding a good way to solve the problem that how to distribute the martial material, which may do help to the military commanders to make military decision with lest time.