Soldiers -- Civil status -- Great Britain. : By the King : whereas seuerall troopes and companies of our subiects, English and Scottish souldiers, lately imployed in the seruice of the States Generall of the United Prouinces ... returne daily home ...
Soldiers -- Confederate States of America -- Drama. : Hell on wheels. Season two / an Entertainment One / Nomadic Pictures production ; created by Joe Gayton and Tony Gayton ; directed by David Von Ancken ... [and others] ; written by Joe Gayton .. [and others] ; produced by Chad Oakes, Michael Frislev ; executive producers, Jeremy Gold ... [and others] ; executive in charge of production, Michael Rosenberg, John Morayniss..
Soldiers -- Crimes against -- United States -- Interviews. : The invisible war / New Video ; Girls Club Entertainment ; [presented by] Chain Camera Pictures and Regina Kulik Scully and Jennifer Siebel Newsom in association with Rise Films and ITVS ... [and others] ; a film by Kirby Dick & Amy Ziering ; produced by Tanner King Barklow, Amy Ziering ; written and directed by Kirby Dick.
Soldiers -- Crimes against -- United States -- Statistics. : Sexual assault and sexual harassment in the U.S. military. Volume 2, Annex, Tabular results from the 2014 RAND Military Workplace Study for Department of Defense service members / Andrew R. Morral, Kristie L. Gore, Terry L. Schell, editors.
Soldiers -- Cuba -- Biography. : A black soldier's story [electronic resource] : the narrative of Ricardo Batrell and the Cuban War of Independence / Ricardo Batrell ; edited and translated by Mark A. Sanders.
Soldiers -- Death -- Early works to 1800. : The copie of a letter, written to the General from Lieut. Col. Iohn Lilburn, M. Richard Overton, April 27. 1649. : In behalf of M. Robert Lockwer, M. Geo. Ash, M. Joseph Hockley, M. Robert Osburn, M. Matthew Heyworth, M. Thomas Goodwin; all of them in Captain Savages troup: who by the said Councel were adjudged to cast lots for their lives, and one of them to dy. In which it is by law fully proved, that it is both treason and murder, for any general or Councel of War to execute any souldier in time of peace, by martial law.
Soldiers -- Diseases -- India -- Bengal. : Age and length of service as affecting the sickness and mortality of the European army : and aggregate of the statistics of the army for the ten-year period, 1860-69 / by James L. Bryden.