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Inventories of War: Soldiers’ Kits From 1066 to 2014

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Over the course of almost two centuries, the gear in a soldier’s kit has changed quite significantly. The photographer Thom Atkinson documented thirteen of these kits, ranging from a huscarl at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 to a close-support sapper in the Royal Engineers from 2014, in a Hypebeast Essentials style. The series, published on Telegraph UK, is called Soldiers Inventories, and it’s serious history porn.

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