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The Peninsular War with the Coldstream Guards
John Cowell Stepney
Reminiscences of an Officer in Portugal and Spain
At war with a 'Gentleman's Son' This is another Leonaur published source work which will provide one more vital piece in the historical record of the war in Portugal and Spain against Napoleon's Fr..
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The March to Corunna
Robert Ker Porter
Letters from Moore’s Army in Portugal and Spain During the Peninsular War by a British Officer 1808-1809
Essential correspondence from Iberia Perhaps the best way to describe this excellent collection of letters from the theatre of war is to quote the author's own introduction. 'The following letters ..
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Portugal to Waterloo With Wellington
John Edgecombe Daniel
The Journal of a British Commissariat Officer During the Peninsular War and the Campaign of 1815
A reporter's eye on great historical events Readers may be of the initial opinion that the view of an officer of the Commissariat Department would be necessarily less dynamic than that of a regimen..
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Adventures with the “Dirty Half Hundred”
John Patterson
The Peninsular War Reminiscences of an Officer of H. M. 50th Regiment of Foot
Life inside Wellington's 'Old Peninsula Army' The 'Dirty Half Hundred'—the 50th—won their nickname not from a propensity for unsanitary habits, but from their black facing colour on cuffs and colla..
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To Fight the Mahrattas
John Pester
The Journal of an Officer of the 2nd Bengal Native Infantry 1802-1806
An essential account of the conquest of India It is perhaps surprising that although India was the brightest jewel in the British Imperial Crown. there is comparatively little in print today about ..
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The Subaltern
George Robert Gleig
The Experiences of an Officer of the 85th Light Infantry During the Peninsular War
A young officer at war against the Napoleonic French Army Gleig is a well known author of military works on the Napoleonic era and after. He has left us several histories—all well written—and most ..
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The Complete Adventures in the Connaught Rangers
William Grattan
The 88th Regiment during the Napoleonic Wars by a Serving Officer
A famous account—two volumes complete in one book Grattan's account of his service with the famous 88th—The Connaught Rangers—the hardest fighting and possibly least appreciated regiment in Welling..
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Napoleon’s Prisoner of War
Andrew Thomas Blayney
Experiences of a British Officer During the Napoleonic Wars in Spain and France
Campaign, capture and the long march to liberation This substantial book, originally published in two volumes under the title 'Narrative of a Forced March Through Spain and France as a Prisoner of ..
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The Walcheren Expedition
Anonymous
The Experiences of a British Officer of the 81st Regt. During the Campaign in the Low Countries of 1809
A little covered Napoleonic campaign The Walcheren Expedition often appears in military memoirs of the British Army during the Napoleonic Wars, though rarely in much detail. The impression that the..
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Recollections of the Peninsula
Moyle Sherer
An Officer of the 34th Regiment of Foot—‘The Cumberland Gentlemen’—on Campaign Against Napoleon’s French Army in Spain
A finely written account of the war in Spain by a serving British officer Moyle Sherer, a young officer of the 34th Regiment of Foot—The Cumberland Gentlemen—has brought a writers eye and pen to hi..
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Private Wheeler
William Wheeler
The letters of a soldier of the 51st Light Infantry during the Peninsular War & at Waterloo
The voice of an ordinary English infantryman during the Napoleonic Wars Young William Wheeler's first experience of military life was within the ranks of the Surrey Militia, but he found peace time..
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On Campaign With Moore and Wellington
Anthony Hamilton
The Experiences of a Soldier of the 43rd Regiment During the Peninsular War
A 'Light Bob' tells of his war against Napoleon Irishman Anthony Hamilton enlisted in the 43rd Light Infantry and soon found himself in action with the Danish expedition. Shortly thereafter the fir..
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Ompteda of the King’s German Legion
Christian von Ompteda
A Hanoverian Officer on Campaign Against Napoleon
A date with destiny on the bloody fields of Waterloo At the time of the Revolutionary Wars the position of Hanover was a precarious one. It was a small German state which shared—as head of state—th..
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Lieutenant Simmons of the 95th (Rifles)
George Simmons
Recollections of the Peninsula, South of France & Waterloo Campaigns of the Napoleonic Wars
A subalterns war in 'rifle green' against the French George Simmons, one of a large family, came from a comparatively humble background. Like so many of his countrymen of his time, he chose a milit..
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Journal of the Campaign of 1815
Alexander Cavalié Mercer
The Experiences of an Officer of the Royal Horse Artillery During the Waterloo Campaign
A Horse Gunner's view of the world's most famous battle Captain Mercer has left posterity a vital and remarkable book in his Journal of the Campaign of 1815. It is, of course, written from the pers..
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