George M. Wrong
The fight for a new world
By the 18th century the dominant European powers had realised that the bounties of almost the entire undeveloped world were for the taking. Virtually nowhere on ..
J. W. Fortescue
a History of the British Army During the French and Indian Wars
War among the forests, mountains and lakes of North America
Among British Army historians the reputation of Sir John Fortescue stands virtually without equal. His comprehensive fourteen volume hist..
George Bruce Malleson
An Analysis of Tactics From 217 B.C.-1857 A. D. by Describing the Historical Examples
A history and analysis of the most devastating tactic
Most students of military history will be familiar with the works of George Bruce Malleson; he was a prodigious author on the subject and his s..
The Adventurous Life of Robert Rogers of the Rangers
The most famous ranger—and the father of covert warfare
As the ‘age of sail’ progressed the great nations of Europe understood that the lands and wealth of the globe were within the grasp of their ..
A Principal Engagement of the French & Indian War
A victory, a defeat and the birth of a legend
Those who know anything of the Seven Years War know it was fought all over the globe in the 18th century as the two principal powers of Europe at the t..
James E. Seaver
The Ordeals and Life of a Young Settler Girl Captured by Indians During the French and Indian War
‘Little woman of great courage’-the life of Mary Jemison
Mary Jemison’s is a remarkable story. Born in 1743, she was captured by Indians whilst in her teenage years. Her family had emigrated from I..
The Winning of Canada: a Chronicle of Wolfe & The Passing of New France: a Chronicle of Montcalm
Protagonists for an Empire
The Seven Years War as it was fought in the New World is known today as the French and Indian War. The significance of the global conflict of which it was a part is now o..
Cyrus Townsend Brady
Pirates, Early American Conflicts and the French & Indian War 1754-63
The conflicts of backwoods and high seas
This book, though not the first published in the series, is chronologically the first in Brady’s essential cycle of books on the fights and fighters of the ..
Riflemen in green
Popular historical fiction has brought focus to Wellington’s Green jacketed riflemen. The hero of those novels is, as most readers know, a member of the 95th regiment. The subject..
The Seven Years War in Europe, the French and Indian War, Colonial American Frontier and the Caribbean, the Napoleonic Wars, the Crimean War, the Indian Mutiny, the Ashanti War and the Nile Expedition--1729-1888
The first 150 years of one of the British Army’s most renowned regiments
Archibald Forbes was a notable author, journalist and special correspondent during the British colonial wars of the Victoria..
Alexander Scott Withers
The Colonial & Indian Wars of the Early American Frontier 1742-1795
Conflict on the early American Frontier
This is the fascinating and bloody story of the American frontier of the eighteenth century—where white man clashed with red man in the Eastern Woodlands and..
Arthur G. Bradley
The War for the New World
The Seven Years War as it was fought in the New World has always fascinated students of military history. Its stage—the wilderness of the American north-east, at a time wh..
The French Post Expedition, Great Meadows and Braddock’s Defeat—including Braddock’s Orderly Books
Washington's campaigns in British service
It is simple to view George Washington as the most famous and successful soldier of the American War of Independence or indeed as the first president of th..
Brown, Eastburn, Hawks & Putnam
Ranger Brown’s Narrative
The Adventures of Robert Eastburn
The Journal of Rufus Putnam—Provincial Infantry
Orderly Book and Journal of Major John Hawks on the Ticonderoga-Crown Point Campaign
Four essential accounts of war in the New World
This book will be a joy to all those—academic and casual—who have an interest in the Seven Years War as it was fought in America in the middle of the..
Eric W. Sheppard
A History of the British Army to 1914
From knight and roundhead to the birth of the modern army
The British Army can trace its lineage back to the middle ages, but for those who are interested in the development of Britain's land force..