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'A' Battery supporting the guns
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'A' Battery supporting the guns
1885, by James Peters

These photographs document the reality of late-nineteenth-century infantry tactics in which skirmishers fired prone toward an unseen enemy. Such images bring us closer to the "empty battlefield" of the twentieth century than to the massed infantry of earlier conflicts.

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