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European halberds as the subject of research has been partly neglected in mainstream historical academic discourses. The research that has been primarily focused on trends in development of halberd design from the 14th to the 18th century. However, this research does not provide insight into the...
It is well documented that the Jacobite 3rd Duke of Perth gave Prince Charles Stuart, then in Rome, some Highland weapons and armour in 1739. Two swords and a targe in Scottish collections have been traditionally described as possibly forming part of that gift, but a different sword has recently...
The Martini-Henry and other Martini-action rifles have played an important part in the cultural, martial, and commercial histories of Afghanistan. The Martini-Henry was the first purpose-designed breech-loading rifle adopted by the British military. Over the course of its lifespan, the...
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