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Napoleon's Gods: Uniforms and Horses By Paul Lindsay Dawson
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The Grenadiers a Cheval of the Imperial Guard, were the shock troops of the guard, who were committed in battle as a final reserve at a crucial moment to turn the tide to victory for the French.... More > Charging at Marengo where they were badly bloodied by the Austrians in their first battle, they again charged decisively at Austerlitz and Eylau, and bore the brunt of the fighting from 1813, when they were expanded to two regiments. Of the regiments of the Guard, the Grenadiers a Cheval has not been widely studied or been the subject of indepth research. The book brings together much of what is known about the Grenadiers from the regiments archive held in France and contemporary iconography to chart in detail the regiments history and uniform in minute detail. Using primary archival material held in France, this work presents the first indepth study on this well known but little researched regiment.< Less
Napoleon's artillery: System AnXI 1803-1827 By Paul Lindsay Dawson
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First in-depth study of French Napoleonic artillery. New research using archive material.
Napoleon's Train Troops: 1800-1815. By Paul Lindsay Dawson
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European armies' of the first half of the nineteenth century relied almost exclusively on the horse for it's transportation needs, not only to provide mounts for the cavalry and horse artillery, but... More > also to pull the guns, ammunition wagons, and ration wagons. The field artillery was almost as a dependent upon horses as the cavalry if not more so. The train troops used by the French Napoleonic army, were far from 'sexy' or 'glamorous'. These mens importance has often been overlooked in the quest to study the cavalry or infantry and the major campaigns fought by Napoleon.< Less
Napoleon's Gods: Grenadiers a Cheval de la Garde 1796-1815. By Paul Lindsay Dawson
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The Grenadiers à Cheval of the Imperial Guard, were the shock troops of the guard, who were committed in battle as a final reserve at a crucial moment to turn the tide to victory for the... More > French. Charging at Marengo where they were badly bloodied by the Austrians in their first battle, they again charged decisively at Austerlitz and Eylau, and bore the brunt of the fighting from 1813, when they were expanded to two regiments. Of the regiments of the Guard, the Grenadiers à Cheval has not been widely studied or been the subject of in-depth research. The book brings together much of what is known about the Grenadiers from the regiments archive held in France and contemporary iconography to chart in detail the regiments history and uniform in minute detail. Using primary archival material held in France, this work presents the first in-depth study on this well known but little researched regiment.< Less
Napoleon's German Artillery By Paul Lindsay Dawson
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First study of Napoleon's German artillery.
Westgate Chapel Wakefield By Paul Lindsay Dawson
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The history of Westgate Chapel Wakefield and its people since the founding of the congregation in 1661.
Who's who at Westgate Chapel Wakefield By Paul Lindsay Dawson
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Westgate Chapel was opened in 1752. From 1700 to the outbreak of the Great War, men and women of Westgate Chapel took a leading part in the social, economic and spiritual development of Wakefield.... More > The Milnes, Naylor’s, Lumb’s, Heywood’s, Briggs and Marriott’s dominated the economic development of Wakefield and area. Chapel women ran their own business, agitated for social reform and female suffrage as well as animal welfare. Chapel members were directly involved with the founding of four Unitarian chapels in the north of England and Scotland, as well as founding schools in Wakefield and Horbury. The town’s first library was founded by chapel members, as was the first newspaper, the Mechanics Institution was founded by chapel member. Without Westgate Chapel, it is fair to say Wakefield would not have developed into the capitol of the West Riding.< Less
Lexington to Waterloo.Yorkshire Unitarianism and National Politics 1770-1830 By Paul Lindsay Dawson
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Westgate Chapel in Wakefield, West Yorkshire was the most influential nonconformist place of worship in the north of England from 1770 to 1833. Chapel life was dominated by the Milnes family. Led by... More > the charismatic Jack Milnes, the family became important players in English national politics. This book explores how Unitarians across Yorkshire formed a highly effective opposition to the government of William Pitt, and sought radical social change. Despite bitter hostility from the government and Estbalished Church, Unitarians brought about real, long lasting social change across the country.< Less
Westgate Chapel Wakefield. A brief history. By Paul Lindsay Dawson
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The congregation that meets at Westgate Chapel are the direct heirs of a congregation that can trace its origins back to the sixteenth century. Like our ancestors who built the chapel in 1752, we are... More > liberal religious thinkers who value diversity of belief. Today we respect insights from Christianity and non-Christian religions. We view Jesus as a great teacher rather than a god. We see the Bible as an inspiring book but not the actual word of God. We offer individuals the freedom to develop their own spirituality. Ours is an active congregation.The essential spiritual base is of liberal Christianity but its diversity is reflected in individual association with the Pagan Fellowship and the Sea of Faith. This books traces the history of the chapel and the people that gather within its walls.< Less
Westgate Chapel Monuments By Paul Lindsay Dawson
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Westgate Chapel was opened in 1752, the third chapel for the congregation of Protestant Dissenters which had been established in 1662. The congregation included the great and good of 18th century... More > West Yorkshire. The catacombs are the resting place of four MP's, a member of the aristocracy as well as political radicals. Like our ancestors who built the chapel in 1752, we are liberal religious thinkers who value diversity of belief. Today we respect insights from Christianity and non-Christian religions. We view Jesus as a great teacher rather than a god. We see the Bible as an inspiring book but not the actual word of God. We offer individuals the freedom to develop their own spirituality.< Less

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