By Donald Fosten
Among 1869 and 1874, Edward Cardwell, Gladstone's Secretary for battle, undertook significant reforms to modernise the British military. The Crimean conflict and campaigns in India had published critical administrative and command shortcomings. Cardwell's laws used to be geared toward curing those faults and served because the beginning of a new-style military. His successors positioned into perform additional advancements in strategies, education and command constitution, and via the outbreak of struggle in 1914, the British military had constructed into the most effective specialist battling forces in Europe. This publication info the improvement, composition and uniforms of this "new" army.
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