|The Army in Victorian Society - Gwyn Harries-Jenkins|
Condition Very Good
Published by Routledge & Kegan Paul, London 1977
Although in Victorian society the Army was the aristocratic backbone of England, it was persistently engaged in Colonial wars. The Army was an unknown institution to the British public as a whole, the emerging middle class refused to serve as officers whilst the industrial and rural workers regarded a man who joined the Army as a disgrace to the family name.
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