An official announcement was also made that the Bolsheviki government had decided to undertake without delay the reduction of the Russian armies, beginning with the release from their military duties of all citizen soldiers conscripted in 1899.
Thou wert our conscript on whom the lot fell and, fighting our battles, wert so marred.
I am a conscript under the banner of Bohemia, and I cannot desert the colors.
Nor let it be supposed that the conscription would subject even the most luxurious conscripts to any unendurable hardship.
Let the conscripts of comfort take heart.
of her population, or one hundred and fifty-five thousand): upon this assumption, the effective force of the Confederacy at the start was but five hundred and sixty thousand, and if to this we add forty thousand more for volunteers and conscripts from Maryland, Missouri, Kentucky, and East Tennessee, we have a capacity for six hundred thousand only.
An officer in the king's service appeared in the village to draw the conscripts for the army, and the young men trembled like penned-up sheep at the entrance of the blood-stained butcher, not knowing who would be seized for the shambles.