Charles Carlton

Professor Emeritus of History from North Carolina State University

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Professor Emeritus of History from North Carolina State University and author of Royal Warriors: A Military History of the British Monarchy

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Britain may be reducing its troops in Iraq, but that does not mean that  Troop Commander Wales --otherwise known as Prince Harry--will be staying at home.

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