These would be the serfs (peasants), or foreign mercenaries.
Social Bias, often occurs in history and is a problem with primary sources, as they sometimes reflect the interests of one particular social group rather than society as a whole , and this may give us a distorted picture of things.
The automobile was arguably the most important catalyst for social change in the 1920's, liberating Americans from often restrictive home or neighborhood situations. Many women used the cars to save time in their daily domestic chores.
I think mostly because a Canadian wrote the poem "Flanders Fields". Flanders was allegedly a generic name for battlefields in the county of Flanders in Belgium. Canada fought many of their most important battles there; Ypres, The Somme and Passchendaele. John MacCrae wrote the poem during the battle of the Somme, in Flanders.
The word estate has different meanings. One way the word is used is to refer to the real landed possessions of a person. The typical estate of a lord was one or more manors. Another way the word is used refers to a group of people forming an important social order. We often see reference to three estates, the clergy, the nobility, and people of lesser rank. The people of lesser rank are often referred to as commoners, but this is not technically correct, as most members of the nobility were also commoners.
The triple wall of privilege refers to the system of advantages and protections that benefit individuals who have wealth, power, and social status. It is a concept often discussed in sociology and critical theory, highlighting how these three factors intersect and reinforce each other to create and maintain inequality in society.
Generally, in wartime, spies know that if captured, spies of any nation in any war are likely to be shot. They are not often captured, however, and if captured are often not executed.
there are often at the bottom of food chains. Plants
they were often captured from surrounding towns.
Sometimes people watched or saw battles during the Revolutionary War. This is because the battles were often fought on the home front, right by peoples' homes.
They usually do not hunt them, but they are often captured for pets.
To pass the time, what did soldiers in the civil war do?
It can be either, though often it is the bottom.
When soldiers in US Civil War battles were captured, they often numbered in the thousands. Frequently the victorious army had no time to properly transfer them to prisoner of war camps. This happened for both sides in the war. By all accounts, these prisoners were counted and names taken but set free on "parole" with a vow they would not rejoin their armies. This system worked well.
He often pillaged captured cities. He was known to kill prisoners.