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LIFE IN THE RED COAT: The British Soldier 1721-1815

LIFE IN THE RED COAT: The British Soldier 1721-1815
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This book presents the proceedings of the 2019 From Reason to Revolution conference, from enlistment, through service at home, to life on campaign and the experience of battle. This was an era in which the social position of the soldier began to change, as did the relationship between the Army and society at large. Soldiers saw service against Jacobite rebels in Scotland and anti-Catholic rioters in London. Campaign service overseas stretched from garrison duties in the growing empire to pitched battles in Flanders and the Iberian Peninsula. Lack of indigenous manpower led to the enlistment of foreigners in large numbers into the British Army itself by the end of the period, whereas in earlier days the shortfall had been made up by hiring mercenaries.

As the idea of a social contract became embedded, it was necessary to make provision for pensions for maimed or superannuated soldiers, as well as the more obvious need for medical care for the sick and wounded.

1 vol, 198 pgs 2020 UK, PEN & SWORD
NEW-pb, available late December 2020 ......$45.00 rct

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