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“To the British rank-and-file there was nothing novel about being a solider. The harsh life was their way of life. They carried themselves like soldiers. They had rules, regulations, and traditions down pat. They were proud to serve in His Majesty’s army, proud of the uniform, and fiercely proud of and loyal to their regiments.
– David McCullough, 1776

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