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Synonyms for soldier

Synonyms for soldier

one who engages in a combat or struggle

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They are statues of civil officials, military officers, pregnant women and all kinds of common soldiers and their height varies from 30 to 100 centimeters.
He was imprisoned from July to October 1645 for denouncing MPs who lived in comfort while the common soldiers fought and died for Parliament.
As the Founders became increasingly human and complex, common soldiers are reduced to noble stereotypes.
Nearby are several cairns which it is believed mark the burial place of his common soldiers.
Centurions stood between the common soldiers and higher ranking officers.
Soldiers still learn common Soldiers skills, among them how to care for a casualty, but even that goes way beyond simply learning how to evaluate and treat a casualty, Shwedo said.
The common soldiers are gently portrayed, like any bunch of soldiers, full of heroes and conscripts who never wanted to be there in the first place.
Multimedia Stations: The sights and sounds of the Civil War are represented in five film galleries featuring short videos about the causes of the war, the three days of the battle, and the outcome of the war; and two Voices Theaters featuring audio programs that convey the stories of the commanders, the common soldiers, the civilians and the correspondents through readings of diaries, letters and newspaper articles from that era.
War criminals dishonor the army whose uniform they wear -- whether they are generals or common soldiers.
Grant, and common soldiers of the Union and Confederacy.
Notably, Atkinson puts a human face on the carnage with threedimensional depictions of Churchill, FDR, and General Patton--as well as lesser-known leaders and common soldiers.
The aristocratic Germanicus, his wife Agrippina, and other characters like Piso, speak the same highly poetic Afrikaans as the common soldiers do.
5 million souls of Japan's war dead, most of them common soldiers but also including several high-level officials executed for war crimes after World War II, who were enshrined in the 1970s.
For this chronological account of the surrender at Greensboro, Dunkerly weaves together both published and unpublished first-hand accounts from letters and diaries written by common soldiers, supply officers, couriers, staff officers, and medical personnel, as well as accounts by civilian men, women, children, and even slaves.
Common soldiers should be guided to embrace the reform.