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Brigade Commander: Afghanistan
Henry Brooke
The Journal of the Commander of the 2nd Infantry Brigade, Kandahar Field Force During the Second Afghan War
A hopeless mission in a hostile land This is an essential book for anyone interested in warfare in Afghanistan. The author, Henry Brooke was given a brigade to command in the field, but soon found ..
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Bancroft of the Bengal Horse Artillery
N. W. Bancroft
An Account of the First Sikh War 1845-1846
Gunners with Red horse-hair helmets The author of this book set his heart on joining 'The Red Men'—the glamorous members of the Bengal Horse Artillery—during boyhood. He achieved his ambition and t..
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War Beyond the Dragon Pagoda
Major J. J. Snodgrass
A Personal Narrative of the First Anglo-Burmese War 1824 - 1826
In this, the second book published by Leonaur on the barely reported First Anglo-Burmese War, the author—a staff officer—who was an eyewitness to most of the major events, gives us an incisive overvie..
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Up Among the Pandies
Vivian Dering Majendie
Experiences of a British Officer on Campaign During the Indian Mutiny, 1857-1858
A LEONAUR SPECIAL PUBLICATION TO MARK THE 150th ANNIVERSARY OF THE INDIAN MUTINY An outstanding account of the campaign for the fall of Lucknow This curiously titled book-for it still bears its ..
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The Two Wars of Mrs Duberly
Frances Isabella Duberly
An Intrepid Victorian Lady’s Experience of the Crimea and Indian Mutiny
Two feminine adventures from the age of Victoria Mrs Frances Duberly, or 'Fanny' as she was widely known, would have been a remarkable woman in any age; as the wife of a serving soldier in the Vict..
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The Light Infantry Officer
John H. Cooke
The Experiences of an Officer of the 43rd Light Infantry in America During the War of 1812
A Leonaur original--never before in print The further military adventures of an officer of the 'Light Bobs' Readers who enjoyed John Cooke's experiences of his time serving with Wellington's Lig..
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Mutiny: 1857
James Humphries
Authentic Voices from the Indian Mutiny-First Hand Accounts of Battles, Sieges and Personal Hardships
A LEONAUR ORIGINAL PUBLICATION TO MARK THE 150th ANNIVERSARY OF THE INDIAN MUTINY The voices of one terrible year of blood, horror, battle and revenge It is now 150 years since the 'Indian Mutin..
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Bushveldt Carbineers
George Witton
The War Against the Boers in South Africa and the 'Breaker' Morant Incident
A war without pity on the South African veldt George Witton was a member of the Bushveldt Carbineers-a mounted, highly mobile unit trained to hunt down its Boer counterparts of the Commandos during..
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A Journal of the Second Sikh War
Daniel A. Sandford
The Experiences of an Ensign of the 2nd Bengal European Regiment During the Campaign in the Punjab, India, 1848-49
Daniel Sandford's is an essential daily journal kept by a young officer of the 2nd Bengal European Regiment during the campaign which finally brought about the fall of the kingdom of the Sikhs in the ..
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ZULU:1879
by D.C.F. Moodie & the LEONAUR Editors
The Anglo-Zulu War of 1879 from contemporary sources: First Hand Accounts, Interviews, Dispatches, Official Documents & Newspaper Reports
From the invasion of Zululand & Isandhlwana to Rorkes Drift & Ulundi - the Zulu War freshly related Zulu:1879 is an unusual book. It brings to life a war - nearly 130 years in the past - almos..
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With the Madras European Regiment in Burma
John Butler
The Experiences of an Officer of the Honourable East India Company’s Army During the First Anglo-Burmese War 1824 - 1826
This is a fascinating book. It is the first-hand account of an officer of the Madras European Regiment of the Honourable East India Company’s Army - which is a rarity in itself. It concerns the First ..
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Tommy Atkins' War Stories
14 First Hand Accounts
Fourteen first hand accounts from the ranks of the British Army during Queen Victoria's Empire Original & True Battle Stories Recollections of the Indian Mutiny With the 49th in the Crimea With the Guards in Egypt The Charge of the Six Hundred
Told from the Ranks Queen Victoria’s long reign encompassed the British Empire at its height. All over the world her soldiers in Red Coats and Khaki fought wars in mountains and jungles, deserts and f..
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The Red Dragoon
by W.J. Adams
With the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Cape of Good Hope against the Boers & the Kaffir tribes during the ‘war of the axe’ 1843-48
The personal recollections of a Cavalryman during the wars of Africa in the early Victorian period. This is an unusual and engaging account of a ‘pint sized’ British Army heavy dragoon who enlists and..
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The Recollections of Skinner of Skinner's Horse
by James Skinner
James Skinner and his 'Yellow Boys' Irregular cavalry in the wars of India between the British, Mahratta, Rajput, Mogul, Sikh & Pindarree Forces.
India's most famous cavalryman recounts his career. James Skinner had a colourful career. He began his military exploits as a mercenary for Indian princes and became a legend as the leader of the ‘Yel..
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The Naval Brigade in Natal
C. R. N. Burne
With the Guns of H. M. S. Terrible & H. M. S. Tartar during the Boer War 1899-1900
With the big guns of the Royal Navy in South Africa During the history of warfare—particularly during the nineteenth century—there has been the need to employ naval brigades for duty on land fighti..
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