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More Clay Soldiers Discovered In China. Nov 30, 2018 526
Michiganders in the Great War. Scheidler, Paul H. Biography Jul 1, 2017 2814
The exquisite personal work space of Federigo da Montefeltro. Dominiczak, Marek H. Mar 1, 2015 1022
The military life of Joshua H. Bates: a Camp Lewis soldier--analyzing primary sources through inquiry learning, a history mystery lesson. Enders, Joan Dec 1, 2014 4024
Education, sex and leisure: ideology, discipline and the construction of race among South African servicemen during the Second World War. Roos, Neil Mar 22, 2011 12991
Africans in the Indian Mutiny: for centuries, Africans were shipped to the Indian subcontinent and sold as slaves to regional rulers. Rosie Llewellyn-Jones tells the story of those who went to Lucknow to serve the Nawab of Oudh and who joined the Indian Mutiny when he was deposed by the British. For this allegiance their descendants, whom she has traced, still pay a price. Llewellyn-Jones, Rosie Dec 1, 2009 3646
'From bullets to pullets': Bankstown Soldier Settlement. Allison, Glenys Nov 1, 2009 5800
Military settlers: the men of the Royal Veteran Companies and Royal Staff Corps (1825). Wright, Christine Nov 1, 2009 8167
Forgotten soldiers: Tony Chafer examines the paradoxes and complexities that underlie belated recognition of the contribution of African soldiers to the liberation of France in 1944. Chafer, Tony Nov 1, 2008 2091
The spy from Palestine. Posner, Michael Essay Mar 22, 2008 3103
Paradise after hell: Rhiannon Looseley uncovers the forgotten history of the evacuation of over 100,000 French soldiers from Dunkirk to Britain in May 1940, and describes what happened to them on their brief sojourn across the Channel and return to France soon after. Looseley, Rhiannon Jun 1, 2006 3660
Voyage to war. Pittaway, Andrew Jun 1, 2006 2060
Citizen soldiers: the militia: the story of America's citizen soldiers shows that the militia and the second amendment are not obsolete. The populace at large will always fulfill essential militia functions. Telzrow, Michael E. May 1, 2006 2890
Landscapes of memory: Susan-Mary Grant argues that the cult of the fallen soldier has its origins at Gettysburg and other battlefield monuments of the American Civil War. Grant, Susan-Mary Mar 1, 2006 2485
Anne de Montmorency: great master, great survivor: Glenn Richardson explores the talents and fortune of the 16th-century French courtier who served five kings. Richardson, Glenn Column Sep 1, 2002 3753
The 1st Iowa volunteers: honors and community in a ninety-day regiment. Piston, William Garrett Mar 1, 1998 10181
Soldiers' work; soldiers' health: morbidity, mortality, and their causes in an 1840s British garrison in Canada. Jacalyn Duffin Mar 22, 1996 18454

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