MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History

COLLATERAL CASUALTIES

HORSE TRANSPORT

Horses are not for war. Perhaps for the sabre-slash of the hunting-field, or a white-lathered dash into clay-thick farmyards, or the soft-silver slide of Imperial Reviews.

But not for the uphill slog as pack transport, the noise, mud, shell-sliver scream of

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