The Unknown Warrior: The Archaeology of the Common Soldier
By: Richard Osgood (author) Hardback
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A tale of the 'poor bloody infantry' and what we glean of their lot from prehistory right through to World War I. This book compares the life of the soldier across time and cultures. It includes the great battles of medieval Europe.
About Author Richard Osgood is an archaeologist working for South Gloucestershire. He is a specialist in the archaeology of war whose publications include 'Bronze Age Warfare' (Sutton 2000).
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