How would being able to resurrect dead soldiers affect warfare?
The setting is the same as last question Line/Square formations with automatic rifles and sentient vehicles?.
The thing is in the setting, the settled factions/countries are able to revive their dead (decomposition doesn't happen in the setting.) People are only going to be revived with medical equipment at field hospitals or hospitals.
Also reviving a dead person is easy/cheap unless they have been torn apart by something such as an explosion.
When they are revived they will be uninjured and ready to return to combat unless the soldier decides not to.
Being revived takes from a few hours to days as well.
Savages as they are called (unsettled factions) don't have access to this technology.
For example how would being able to revive dead soldiers affect a war or even a battle.
To answer a comment, the threshold for not being able to be revived is somewhat unknown but if you are blown apart into chunks then you probably can't be revived.
Also there is a chance for a person to simply vaporize after death and this goes up the more they are damaged while dead. If this happens they will be transported to another universe with a few reappearing in this world.
The soldiers are the same mentally as before they died so they wouldn't be slaves.
Also after a certain point there were laws of war about what to do with the dead that forbade destroying their bodies on purpose while dead so an army could simply gather those bodies and chuck them in the ocean or a big pit.