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First hand accounts

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Adventures of a Highland Soldier
Charles R. Martin
With the Gordon Highlanders During the Second Afghan War & First Boer War 1867-84
The Gordons in Afghanistan and South Africa Charles Martin’s riveting recollections of his time as a soldier in the ranks of the 92nd, the Gordon Highlanders in the latter part of the nineteenth ce..
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With Them Goes Light Bobbee
Reginald G. Wilberforce
A First Hand Account of the Indian Mutiny of 1857, by a Junior Officer of the 52nd Light Infantry
Hard fighting with the Light Infantry at Delhi The author of this book, a young ensign aged just nineteen years old when the events he describes were experienced, was a member of the 52nd Light Inf..
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With the Somersets in Afghanistan
John Martin Bladen Neill
The Recollections of an Officer of H. M. 40th Regiment During the First Afghan War 1838-42
The road back to the Afghan capital after disaster The writer of this vital first hand account of the First Afghan War was an officer serving with the 40th Foot. His regiment formed part of Nott's ..
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Under Deadly Fire
Hugh Gough
The First Hand Experiences of a Young Officer of the 3rd Bengal Native Cavalry and Hodson’s Horse During the Indian Mutiny, 1857
Riding into battle with Hodson’s Horse Readers interested in the Indian Mutiny who are familiar with A. R. D. Mackenzie’s excellent account (published by Leonaur under the title A Cavalry Officer D..
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Indiscreet Letters From Peking
Bertram Lenox Putnam Weale
Letters Written by One of the Besieged From the Boxer Uprising to the Sack of the City
Besieged by the Boxers by one of the besieged For those interested in the siege of the legations at Peking in 1900, this remarkable book has many advantages. Its text is taken from letters written ..
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Havelock’s Little Band
Charles Napier North
The Journal of an English Officer in the Indian Mutiny of 1857
The long march to Lucknow This is an excellent account of the Indian Mutiny as experienced by an officer of the Rifle Brigade who served with Havelock’s Allahabad Moveable Column in 1857 on its mar..
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An Officer in the First Afghan War
Lewis Robert Stacy
Narrative of Services in Beloochistan & Afghanistan, With the Army of the Indus, and Beyond
The sharp end of the First Afghan War The author of this book, Colonel Stacy was a highly regarded and capable British soldier destined to acquire much experience of campaigning and battle upon the..
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With the Ghurkas in Afghanistan
John Haughton & Eden Vansittart
The Defence of Char-Ee-Kar During the First Afghan War, 1841

Char-Ee-Kar and Service There With the 4th Goorkha Regiment
Notes on Goorkhas Including the Goorkha War & Types of Ghoorkha Soldiers
The hill men with kukris at war in Afghanistan, 1841 The Ghurkhas—the irrepressible warriors from Nepal—were, soon after their own war with the British, incorporated as a vital component part with ..
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With the Cape Mounted Rifles
Thomas J. Lucas
Experiences of Kaffir Warfare, Camp Life and Sport in South Africa
The Cape in the early years of Queen Victoria’s reign The author of this book was a trooper in the Cape Mounted Rifles serving in South Africa—or the Cape Colony—in the middle years of the nineteen..
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Three Cheers for the Queen—Lancers Charge!
W. J. Gould
The Experiences of a Sergeant of 16th Queen’s Lancers in Afghanistan, the Gwalior War, the First Sikh War and the Kaffir War
The Life of a Scarlet Lancer at war This is an essential book for all those interested in the wars in India as the British Empire finally brought the jewel of the sub-continent into the crown of it..
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The Siege in Peking
William A. P. Martin
Inside the Legations During the Boxer Uprising by One of the Besieiged
Experiences of battle and hardship in early 20th century China The siege of the foreign legations in Peking in 1900 is a familiar moment in history principally because it joined in common adversity..
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The Relief of Mafeking
Filson Young
The Boer War as Seen by a Special Correspondent
The Boer War from an able writers pen Although the title of this book reflects some of its subject matter, in fact, the relief of Mafeking is the objective—the concluding triumph—towards which many..
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The Memsahib and the Mutiny
R. M. Coopland
An English Lady's Ordeals in Gwalior and Agra During the Indian Mutiny 1857
Nightmare experiences in a land torn apart by violence, mutiny, betrayal and war The British travelled to live in India throughout the years of the Empire. It was always an adventure, a journey to ..
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The Extraordinary Military Career of John Shipp
John Shipp
The Experiences of a Soldier in the Kaffir, Mahratta, Ghurka and Pindari Wars of the Early Nineteenth Century
The entertaining memoirs of a British soldier of the empire As the eighteenth century turned to the nineteenth the rise of Napoleon and the First Empire of France engaged British military prowess o..
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Scraps from My Sabretasche
L E Warner & George Carter Stent
The Experiences of a Trooper of the 14th Light Dragoons in India & During the Indian Mutiny
A British light cavalry trooper during the Indian Mutiny During the early period of the Victorian era the cavalry regiment to which the author of this book belonged—H. M 14th (King’s) Light Dragoon..
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