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A Soldier's Life
First Nation Allies Long-Term local troops Militia
At the centre of any war are soldiers and those who lead them. On the British North America side , four groups were split up to defend land.
The some that signed up for extended tours were professionally trained, especially British troops because they took and carried out orders.
As it came to what the Militia, they were often made up of amateur soldiers who lived nearby. On both of the British and the American side, men were usually called to participate in war at times
Later, the militia were often trained poorly and started to have worse equipment, after this they often tended to panic in battles or get sick right away. The militiamen usually signed for at least six months, it didn't matter at all how good or bad the military was doing at that time.
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