Rachel Beatty Seven Remarkable Accounts of Female Sailors Who Served and Fought Disguised as Men Accounts of seven intrepid women sailors of the Age of Sail
There are several notable instances and written accounts of women who have disguised themselves as men and joined the armies of their tim..
Mrs. Abell (late Miss Elizabeth Balcombe) The Remarkable Story of a Fallen Emperor and a Teenage Girl The girl and the monarch
Lucia Elizabeth (Betsy) Balcombe was born in 1802, the second child of William Balcombe, an official of the Honourable East India Company, and his wife Jane, who were livin..
Tighe Hopkins & Frederic Masson The Women Napoleon Loved by Tighe Hopkins & Napoleon, Lover and Husband by Frederic Masson
Two vital works on Napoleon’s sex life and relationships with women
It can be no surprise that some two hundred years after the Napoleonic era there remains an abiding fascination with the man and ..
Mrs. Fitz Maurice The Experiences of an Officer’s Wife and Chronicles of the Old 95th During the Napoleonic Wars Experiences of the wife of an officer in green
Mrs Fitz Maurice's book, The Rifleman's Wife is often quoted in Cope's History of the Rifle Brigade, the Leonaur editors therefore thought it fitting ..
Henry Foljambe Hall Correspondence of War, Politics, Family and Love 1796-1814 The intimate correspondence of history
What needs to be said about the relationship between Napoleon and Josephine that has not become legend? He was a humble Corsican who rose meteorically through..
Imbert de Saint-Amand The Empress and the Fall of the First Empire The agony of Napoleon's family as Empire ends
This is a riveting book. Those interested in—and to some degree knowledgeable about—the Napoleonic age know of the Emperor's inspired military prowess ..
Charlotte A. Eaton, Magdalene de Lancey & Juana Smith The Experiences of Three Women During the Campaign of 1815
Waterloo Days by Charlotte A. Eaton
A Week at Waterloo by Magdalene de Lancey
Juana’s Story by Juana Smith
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Three women in days of war
Waterloo is arguably the most famous battle the world has known. Many books have been written about it and not a few military memoirs have included accounts of it by part..