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Through Three Victorian Campaigns
Charles Alexander Gordon
Experiences of a Regimental Surgeon During the Gwalior War, Campaigns in West Africa & the Indian Mutiny
Through the Queen Empress's Wars Gordon had a long military career. Indeed he became Surgeon General and this book has been extracted from his autobiography—'Recollections of Thirty-Nine Years in t..
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The Twelve Month’s Volunteer--Volume 2 1847
George C. Furber
The Recollections of a Member of the 1st Tennessee Cavalry During the Mexican war
Volume Two of a rare account of the Mexican war These are the further adventures of the 'Twelve Month Volunteer'. Volume two of this Leonaur edition takes up the story of the American Army in Mexic..
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The Twelve Month’s Volunteer--Volume 1 1846
George C. Furber
The Recollections of a Member of the 1st Tennessee Cavalry During the Mexican War
A classic account of the Mexican War by an American horse soldier The author of this book—now rare and hard to find on the antiquarian book market—has left posterity a substantial and in depth insi..
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Lady Sale’s Afghanistan
Florentia Sale
An Indomitable Victorian Lady’s Account of the Retreat from Kabul During the First Afghan War
The hard road back to India There are few books that can truly be said to be unique, but this is one. Afghanistan has been a battleground since man has occupied its hostile landscape and others hav..
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A Leicestershire Soldier in the Second Sikh War
John Ryder
Recollections of a Corporal of the 32nd Regiment of Foot in India 1848-49
The final defeat of the Sikhs of the Punjab This book, originally humbly and ambiguously titled 'Four Year's Service in India', is a treasure trove for students of the Sikh Wars and of the experien..
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Within Sebastopol
K. Hodasevich
A Narrative of the Campaign in the Crimea, and of the Events of the Siege
An unusual perspective on the Crimean War The author of this book—a Polish officer reluctantly serving with the Russian Army—has left us a revealing account of the war in the Crimea from the perspe..
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With the Cavalry to Afghanistan
William Taylor
The Experiences of a Trooper of H. M. 4th Light Dragoons During the First Afghan War
Up the Indus to Ghuznee and Kabul William Taylor, the author of this book, was a trooper in H.M 4th Light Dragoons in India as the campaign began to place Shah Shuja on the throne of Afghanistan. T..
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The King’s Hussar
Edwin Mole
The Recollections of a 14th (King’s) Hussar During the Victorian Era
An old soldier tells the story of his long military career This is an intimate account of the Victorian cavalryman of the British Army during the second half of the nineteenth century. Edwin Mole j..
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The Cawnpore Man
Mowbray Thompson
A First Hand Account of the Siege and Massacre During the Indian Mutiny By One of Four Survivors
A story of siege, massacre and survival Mowbray Thompson was an officer -stationed at Cawnpore with Wheeler's command within the Indian North Eastern province of Oudh during 1857—the year of the ou..
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Rifleman Sahib
E. Maude
The Recollections of an Officer of the Bombay Rifles During the Southern Mahratta Campaign, Second Sikh War, Persian Campaign and Indian Mutiny
The campaigns of a 'soldier sahib' in the nineteenth century The author of this book was a true soldier of the Raj. His long career took place almost entirely in India or was concerned with the war..
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Men of the Mutiny
John Tulloch Nash & Henry Metcalfe
Two Accounts of the Great Indian Mutiny of 1857

Fighting with the Bengal Yeomanry Cavalry by John Tulloch Nash
Private Metcalfe at Lucknow by Henry Metcalfe
Two vital recollections of the great Indian uprising This is another Leonaur volume which includes two essential perspectives of a single conflict within one book for great value reading. The first..
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John Company’s Cavalryman
William Johnson
The Experiences of a British Soldier in the Crimea, the Persian Campaign and the Indian Mutiny
The account of a brave and dashing cavalry officer during the turbulent years of the Victorian age 'Billy' Johnson came from a well known family in Lincolnshire. He chose the life of a soldier in t..
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In the Ranks of the C. I. V
Erskine Childers
With the City Imperial Volunteer Battery (Honourable Artillery Company) in the Second Boer War
The Boer War with the Horse Gunners Erskine Childers, the famed author of the classic novel of sailing and spying 'The Riddle of the Sands' served with London's finest—The City Imperial Volunteers ..
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Galloping Guns
James Young
The Experiences of an Officer of the Bengal Horse Artillery During the Second Maratha War 1804-1805
The 'Red Men' of the Bengal Horse Artillery on Campaign James Young was a young officer in the early days of the corps d'elite that was The Bengal Horse Artillery. In the first years of the ninetee..
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Campaign in the Crimea
George Shuldham Peard
The Recollections of an Officer of the 20th Regiment of Foot
War against the Russians from a British infantry officer When Peard undertook his recollections of his campaign in the Crimean War, he was motivated by the conviction that at that time there were n..
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