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What’s New

November 2020

Review of Revenge in the Name of Honour: The Royal Navy’s Quest for Vengeance in the Single Ship Actions of the War of 1812 by Nicholas James Kaizer.

To accompany this review, Nicholas has submitted a very interesting article about the Life and Career of Novo Scotian Provo Wallis, Admiral of the Fleet.

October 2020

Review of Napoleon Bonaparte: A Reference Guide to His Life and Works by Joshua Meeks.

More instalments of Our Allies the Bavarians, translated by Greg Gorsuch.

September 2020

Review of The Secret Expedition: The Anglo-Russian Invasion of Holland 1799 by Geert van Uythoven

Review of Fashioning Regulation, Regulating Fashion: The Uniforms and Dress of the British Army 1800-1815 Volumes 1 and 2, by Ben Townsend

Review of Napoleon’s Paris: A Guide to the Napoleonic Sites of the Consulate and the First French Empire 1799-1815 by David Buttery.

The latest issue of Depesche magazine (Year 3 No.9), edited by Markus Stein and translated by Justin Howard.

George Nafziger has very kindly provided his complete Napoleonic collection (of over 1,600 OOB’s) to the Waterloo Association who have arranged for it to be placed on the Napoleon Series website to ensure that it is maintained for the future. Use the link below to access the collection:

The Nafziger Collection of Napoleonic Orders of Battle

August 2020

Review of Napoleon in 100 Objects by Gareth Glover

Review of Wellington and the British Army’s Indian Campaigns 1798-1805 by Martin Howard.

A few more British memoirs added again 5/08/20

July 2020

Review of ‘The Danish Army of the Napoleonic Wars 1807-14 by David A Wilson

Review of The Light Division in the Peninsular War 1808-11 by Tim Saunders & Rob Yuill

Review of the French at Waterloo, Eyewitness Accounts, Napoleon, Imperial Headquarters and 1st Corps by Andrew Field

Review of They Fought with Extraordinary Bravery, The III German (Saxon) Army Corps in the Southern Netherlands 1814 by Geert van Uythoven

Another few British memoirs added again 21/07/20

June 2020

Gareth Glover has added many new memoirs to the section: British Memoirs of the Napoleonic Wars.

The drop-down menu lists all the sections here, to which Gareth has made additions, plus there is a brand-new India section and the infantry regiments section has many new entries.

This is a very useful research tool for those studying the British soldier of the period.

Updated again 20 June 2020 following the launch of the ‘Free to Access’ Online Archive of Letters and Journals from the Napoleonic Wars by the Waterloo Association. Waterloo Association Online Archive