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Bunbury of Maida: a History & Personal Experiences of the Campaigns in Holland, Egypt & Italy by a British Staff Officer
Charles J. F. Bunbury, Henry Bunbury & Charles Oman
Memoir and Literary Remains of Lieut.-General Sir Henry Edward Bunbury edited by Charles J. F. Bunbury Narratives of Some Passages in the Great War With France, from 1799 to 1810 by Henry B..
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The Second War of Coalition—Volume 2: the Campaigns of Marengo and Hohenlinden 1800-1802
George Armand Furse
The victorious march to two momentous battles of the Napoleonic Age George Furse was a colonel of the Black Watch regiment and an accomplished military historian and author. His writing was never l..
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The Second War of Coalition—Volume 1: the French Invasion of Egypt to the Crossing of the Alps, 1799-1800
George Armand Furse
From defeat to counter-attack in the footsteps of Hannibal George Furse was a colonel of the Black Watch regiment and an accomplished military historian and author. His writing was never less than ..
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The Napoleonic Campaign of 1805: Ulm, Austerlitz and the Campaign in Italy and the Tyrol
F. W. O. Maycock
Napoleon at the pinnacle of his military genius Captain Maycock, of the Suffolk Regiment, was the author of several concise histories of military campaigns, including those of the Napoleonic era. T..
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The Grandest Battle: the Campaign of Ulm and Austerlitz, 1805
George Armand Furse / Edited by John H. Lewis
Napoleon’s military genius as a commander at war with Austria and Russia In 1805, Napoleon and his Grand Army stood on the northern coast of France poised to cross the English Channel to invade Eng..
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The Battle of Bussaco 27th September, 1810, Between Wellington’s Anglo-Portuguese Army and the French Army Under Masséna
G. L. Chambers
Wellington’s early Peninsular War victory recounted in detail In the autumn of 1810 Wellington, at the head of an army of 50,000 British, King’s German Legion, Hanoverian and Portuguese troops, was..
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Napoleon’s Marine Artillery: French Naval Gunners and the Campaign of 1813—The Recollections of Jean Louis Rieu, an Officer of the Marine Artillery with A Short History of the Marine Artillery, 1795-1815
Jean Louis Rieu, John H. Lewis (editor) & Robert Bassett (translator and editor)
A new personal account and history The Marine Artillery of Napoleon's army is possibly one of the least well known units in the military history of the First Empire of the French. During the later ..
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Lines of Red & Blue: the Battles of the British Army Against the Armies of Napoleonic France, 1801-15
Robert M. Blackwood
The French at British Armies in battle during the Napoleonic Age The French revolution, which broke out during the later 18th century, set the nation on a course of conflict which would set Europe ..
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Sir John Fortescue’s The Hard Learned Lesson: the British Army & the Campaigns in Flanders & the Netherlands against the French 1792-99
J. W. Fortescue
Two disastrous campaigns against the rising tide of Revolution. Among British Army historians the reputation of Sir John Fortescue stands virtually without equal. His comprehensive fourteen volume ..
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Napoleon’s Eagle Standards
Edward Fraser
The Story of the Creation, Defence and Loss of the Regimental Eagles of the French Army of the First Empire
The Eagles of the battlefields of the age of Napoleon The genius of Napoleon did not confine itself to his skill as a strategist and tactician on campaign or battlefield. He understood the nature o..
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Sir John Fortescue’s ‘The Hardest Pounding’
J. W. Fortescue
a History of the British Army During the Campaign of 1815, Quatre Bras, and Waterloo
The Waterloo Campaign by the British army’s foremost historian Among British Army historians the reputation of Sir John Fortescue stands virtually without equal. His comprehensive fourteen volume h..
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The Adventures of Captain Parquin
Denis Charles Parquin
The Recollections of a French Cavalry Officer of the Chasseurs During the Napoleonic Era
The gripping memoirs of a cavalry officer of the First Empire This is the story of a remarkable French cavalryman of the Napoleonic era, Denis Charles Parquin, an officer of the Chasseurs a Cheval...
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The Long Siege
Louis Antoine François de Marchangy & Simon Askenazy
Danzig, 1813—The Siege of Dantzic, in 1813 by Louis Antoine François de Marchangy & Dantzig and Poland: The Background & History of the Siege of Dantzig, 1813 (Extract) by Simon Askenazy
The year long struggle for a great sea-port Danzig (modern day Gdansk) is a city which, by virtue of it’s unique geographical position, was destined to be coveted and so became the focus of conflic..
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The Fighting 14th
Henry Blackburne Hamilton
the 14th (Duchess of York’s Own) Light Dragoons During the West Indies Campaign, The Peninsular War and The War of 1812 1792-1820
A famous cavalry regiment at war with Napoleon As its commanding officer and as a noted Oxford University academic Colonel Henry Hamilton was well placed to write the history of the 14th (King’s) H..
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Napoleon’s Campaign in Russia 1812
Achilles Rose
An Analysis of the French Campaign From a Logistical and Medical Perspective
A different perspective on the annihilation of an army All students of the Napoleonic era know that the Emperor marched the ‘Grande Army’ of nearly 430,000 men across the Niemen and eastwards into ..
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