Combatants fight for something. Freedom, conquest, political and social transformation. Each is different and each is unique in scope. On a more micro level, soldiers will fight for one another, for personal creeds and moralities and, indeed, even for their own personal gain. The victors are often depicted with the spoils of war, the systematic accumulation of enemy materials, munitions and iconography. Historically, since the Greco-Romano period, military victories and occupations have been marked with war trophies. War in the modern era is no exception. The acquittal of SAS Sgt. Danny Nightingale highlights the continued fascination with acquiring and collecting battlefield souvenirs.