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G Nyblaeus och V L E Sparre, Scener ur indelte soldatens lif, Stockholm 1866. Interiör av ett soldattält.
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*** Local Caption *** In the soldiers tent. IIllustration in G Nyblaeus and V L E Sparre, Scenes from the life of the "indelte" soldier. Stockholm 1866. Royal Library, Stockholm, Sweden.
"Indelningsverket" - was a system providing constant supply of soldiers in Sweden,
The responsibility to recruit a soldier was placed on a group of farmers who employed someone to be their soldier. If they failed a young man from the area would be drafted.
The country was divided into small districts named rote, including a few farms. Each rote should provide for one soldier, including lodging (a soldattorp built to army specifications), some farming land and specified supplies like one uniform/year, fire wood, grain etc. Usually a small salary was paid too.
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