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The Bayonet, The Charge, And Its Place In Warfare (Part 3) by 1stTexReb
By russian artist N.S. Samokish (Самокиш, Николай Семенович, 1860—1944) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons So now we must examine whether the bayonet had a place in influencing the outcomes of battles and if it should still have a place in our modern military forces, or is this weapon truly obsolete? I would argue that the bayonet is far from ...

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