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Racializing the soldier: an introduction
Making bodies modern: race, medicine and the colonial soldier in the mid-eighteenth century
Recruiting the ‘martial races’: identities and military service in colonial India
Rand, Gavin; Wagner, Kim A.
Women and warfare at the start of the twentieth century: the racialization of the ‘enemy’ during the South African War (1899–1902)
‘The Negro should not be used as a combat soldier’: reconfiguring racial identity in the United States Army, 1890–1918
Wintermute, Bobby A.
The language of sacrifice: masculinities in Northern Ireland and the consequences of the Great War
McGaughey, Jane G. V.
Creating difference: the racialization of Germany's Jewish soldiers after the First World War
‘Without intending any of the most undesirable features of a colour bar’: race science, Europeanness and the British armed forces during the twentieth century
Unmasking the ‘muscle Jew’: the Jewish soldier in British war service, 1899–1945
The embodiment of British Italian war memory? The curious marginalization of Dennis Donnini, VC