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|The Battle of Chalons 451 AD.||Soldiers or Dolls|
|Irishmen in Scottish Regiments||Warrior & Monitor|
|Quarrels & Arrows||Late Romans, Regular Soldiers ?|
|The Battle of Lewes 1264||Wargames Music|
|Henry the Fowler||It's time to modernize|
|A Broad Church|
Quote of the week...
"Of course, the charge was magnificent. But it was an absurd anachronism for the British. What was the point of cold steel, the arme blanche, when the Lancers had excellent carbines, and behind them was an infantry brigade which could dislodge the enemy from a safe distance? Indeed it was worse than absurd. There was now no cavalry to reconnoitre..."
Thomas Pakenham commenting on the Battle of Omdurman in 'The Scramble for Africa' (1991)
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