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soldier in late Victorian society images and ambiguities by Steve Attridge

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Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English

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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1993.

StatementStephen Attridge.
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Open LibraryOL19577394M

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  Read an Excerpt. CHAPTER 1. THE PROFESSION OF ARMS. In beginning to assess the similarity of the military profession to others in the late Victorian period, it will first be necessary to explore the nature of professionalism in the army, before passing, in turn, to the matter of ambition, the seemingly pressing concern with monetary rewards, and the pursuit of honors and : This thesis examines effects of the Boer War ( ) on images of the soldier. The thesis argues that the trauma of the Boer War for British political culture be may explored in changes in representations of the soldier to be found in the production and reception of contemporary literary genres and popular forms. This change cannot be theorized adequately in terms of an intensification of. Late Victorian, Edwardian & Modern-Military History. Military History Books Soldiers to the Last Day recounts the history of the German 6th Infantry Division from its formation in to its destruction at Bobruisk in July ; then its resurrection and continued fighting until the end of the war. Among the first divisions established by. The Victorian Military Society (VMS) was founded in to foster interest in military aspects of the Victorian period, later extended to so as to include the campaigns of the early part of the twentieth VMS is principally concerned with the forces of the British Empire and its adversaries but does not exclude other armies.

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This book is a detailed study of the domestic background of life in the Victorian army. It describes the lives of women who lived on the edge of the regimental community as wives, daughters, prostitutes, lovers and workers. It examines the development of policy on marriage of men in the ranks and discusses the links between the military regulation of marriage and Victorian legislation on.   Politics & Society In The Great War ; VICTORIAN "OLD SOLDIERS" AND THE GREAT WAR maybe, but the vast bulk of them would be in their mid to late 30s in , and well within the age considered for the infantry. I have researched a Old Victorian soldier who is buried in Cockermouth cemetery. Nationalism, Imperialism and Identity in Late Victorian Culture provides an account of ideas about national character in late Victorian culture, with a wide reference to Literature and popular Culture around the time of the Boer War (), and a particular scrutiny of images of the soldier. Indian Society and the Making of the British Empire (The New Cambridge History of India). Cambridge and London: Cambridge University Press. ISBN Beckett, Ian F. W. A British Profession of Arms: The Politics of Command in the Late Victorian Army ((U of Oklahoma Press, ). Bennett, Mark. "Portrayals of the British militia,