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by Antony Brett-James
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  • Author:
    Antony Brett-James
  • ISBN:
    0049400592
  • ISBN13:
    978-0049400597
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  • Publisher:
    Allen & Unwin; New edition edition (October 4, 1979)
  • Pages:
    360 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Europe
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    1900 kb
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    1935 kb
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Hardback with dust cover. Fine, clean copy, some colouring of page edges due to age.

Hardback with dust cover.

Life in Wellington's Army book.

Life in Wellington's Army. by Antony Brett-James. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9781871085266. By (author) Antony Brett-James. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Are you sure you want to remove Life in Wellington's army. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Life in Wellington's army. from your list? Life in Wellington's army. Published 1972 by Allen and Unwin in London.

The Armies of Wellington by Philip J. Haythornthwaite It would go well with the book Anthony Brett-James wrote few years back on Life in Wellington’s army which included a bit more on everyday life (entertaiments, dinners. Haythornthwaite. For most people this is definitely a reference book to be pulled out as necessary. Haythornthwaite has always shown himself to a be a master of British Army history and here he is in his element. It would go well with the book Anthony Brett-James wrote few years back on Life in Wellington’s army which included a bit more on everyday life (entertaiments, dinners, women in the army &c. – unfortunately this book is also out of print.

It would go well with Anthony Brett-James wrote an excellent book a few years back on Life in Wellington's army which included a bit more on everyday life (entertaiments, dinners, women in the army &c. - unfortunately this book is also out of print.

commander Wellington advanced on Oporto The Napoleonic Wars Data Book. Robert Wilson; Antony Brett-James, ed.

commander Wellington advanced on Oporto. In Wellington's advance on Talavera in spring 1809, Wilson's Lusitanians again formed a valuable flank guard. In the aftermath of the Battle of Talavera, when the French General Victor and his corps threatened to cut Wellington's forces off from the south, Wilson's small flank column of 1,500 men surprised Victor's 19,600 men from the north. Wilson was reinstated in the Army and promoted to lieutenant-general in 1830. He reached the rank of full general in 1841 and was appointed Governor of Gibraltar in 1842. The Napoleonic Wars Data Book.