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The Girl of Kismegyer at the Battle of Raab

British Artillery Companies and the Men Who Led Them – 1793 To 1815

The Bailen Enquiry

Napoleon's Nobles

A Letter Home from Waterloo by a Westphalian Landwehr Soldier

A Conjugal Familiarity: Historic Asymmetries and Social Plan during the 1808 Portuguese Campaign

Wellington’s Generals Who Were Members of Parliament

British General Officer Casualties in Wellington’s Army: 1808 – 1815

How Senior Officers Were Promoted in the British Army during the Napoleonic Wars

Flanquer-Grenadiers of the Imperial Guard

Volume III of The Campaign of 1814

Fops under Fire: British Drum-Majors in Action during the Napoleonic Wars

Conscript Grenadiers of the Imperial Guard

Uniforms of the Jerome Napoleon Hussars

Getting Lost and Finding the Way: the Use, Misuse and Non-use of Maps and Reconnaissance for Route Planning in the Peninsular War (1807 – 1814)

French 12th Hussars from 1813 - 1814

Expectations and Resentment: the Roots of Napoleon Bonaparte’s Ambition and Success

British Cavalry Regiments and the Men Who Led Them 1793-1815

Lieutenant Hawksworth and the Magnet Affair by Gary M. Gibson

Daniel D. Tompkins, War Governor by Richard V. Barbuto

Tecumseh: Fact and Fiction by Sandy Antal

Pirates and Robbers: American Privateers on the St. Lawrence River: An Operational History by Gary M. Gibson

A List of Anglo-American War of 1812 Land Battles, Actions, and Engagements; Naval and Maritime Actions and those Engagements involving Civilians, Native Peoples and Non-Combatants. Database compiled by Ralph Eshelman, Faye Kert, Sandy Antal, Jim Ellis, John Grodzinski, James Cusick, Donald Hickey, Donald Graves, Gene Allen Smith and Gary Gibson

Queenston Heights, October 1812: Two Canadian Eyewitnesses by Donald E. Graves


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