"Infantry was the predominant and most important element in every Europan army of the period. It usually formed between 60 and 90 per cent of an army in battle. It was the cheapest and yet most versitile type of troop. Generals might crave more cavalry or more artillery, but most fighting in almost every battle was between opposing infantry "
Rory Muir (1998)
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