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British Army List 1815 By David Ford
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List Of All The Officers Of The Army And Royal Marines On Full And Half-Pay With An Index. Issued shortly before the Battle of Waterloo - the original book has been kindly loaned to us by the... More > Queen's Lancashire Regiment. CONTENTS - GENERAL AND FIELD OFFICERS - STAFF AND MISCELLANEOUS APPOINTMENTS - COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT - MEDICAL DEPARTMENT - CHAPLAINS - BARRACK DEPARTMENT - HONORARY.CROSSES, MEDALS, &c. - LIFE GUARDS - HORSE GUARDS - DRAGOON GUARDS - DRAGOONS - LIGHT DRAGOONS - FOOT GUARDS - FOOT - ROYAL WAGGON TRAIN - GARRISON BATTALIONS - VETERAN BATTALIONS - GARRISON COMPANIES - FENCIBLE INFANTRY - FOREIGN CORPS - RETIRED AND REDUCED OFFICERS RECEIVING FULL PAY - GARRISONS - REGIMENTS OF ARTILLERY - ROYAL ENGINEERS - ROYAL MARINES - HALF-PAY LISTS - INDEX - SUCCESSION OF COLONELS &c. - RESIGNATIONS AND RETIREMENTS - APPOINTMENTS CANCELLED - SUPERSESSIONS - CASHIERED - DISCHARGED FROM THE SERVICE - DESERTED - DISMISSED - REMOVED FROM THE SERVICE - DEATHS GENERAL AND FIELD OFFICERS.< Less
Soldiers Of The British Army By Nicholas Hope
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British Army 1956 Wargame Rules By John Curry
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British Army Tactical Wargame (1956) These wargaming rules were restricted until recently, when they were released into the National Archives.  Operational set of rules for fighting large... More > battles 1945 - 1970  Can be played with card counters on standard 1: 50:000 Ordinance Survey Maps  Includes rules for tactical nuclear weapon strikes  Based on current military experience of World War II and the Korean War Detailed tables on hard to find information such as: o for tactical movement, casualties, engagement lengths, etc. o battle planning times o engineering tasks o night battles o effects of tactical nuclear weapons This version includes: • Proposed updates to the rules to help modern wargamers play the game on a single table top • Includes the 1952 British Army ORBAT • Introduction to the strategic situation It is published as part of the History of Wargaming Project at www.johncurryevents.co.uk< Less
The Early Days of Digital Computing in the British Army By Ken Anderson MSc
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The story of the first British Army battlefield digital computer
British Army Regimental Numbers 1881-1914 – Volume 1 By Paul Nixon
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Information about British Army regimental numbers and the dates on which these were issued to soldiers joining British infantry regiments between 1881 and 1914. All sixty-nine British Army infantry... More > regiments are included in this work which charts the issue of regimental numbers and the dates on which these were allocated to men joining the British Army. The author has spent thousands of hours researching British Army numbers and presents here, for each of the sixty-nine infantry regiments, the sequence of numbers as they were issued to men signing up for service in the British Army between July 1881 and 1914. One number and one joining date per year are given for each of the regiments. This is a unique, essential and detailed reference work which will be of benefit to family historians, military researchers and medal collectors alike.< Less
British Army Regimental Numbers 1881-1914 – Volume 1 By Paul Nixon
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Information about British Army regimental numbers and the dates on which these were issued to soldiers joining British infantry regiments between 1881 and 1914. All sixty-nine British Army infantry... More > regiments are included in this work which charts the issue of regimental numbers and the dates on which these were allocated to men joining the British Army. The author has spent thousands of hours researching British Army numbers and presents here, for each of the sixty-nine infantry regiments, the sequence of numbers as they were issued to men signing up for service in the British Army between July 1881 and 1914. One number and one joining date per year are given for each of the regiments. This is a unique, essential and detailed reference work which will be of benefit to family historians, military researchers and medal collectors alike.< Less
The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans 1814-1815 By Rev. G. R. Gleig
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An eyewitness account of the campaigns of the British Army in Washington and New Orleans between 1814 and 1815 by the Reverend G. R. Gleig, Chaplain General to the Forces. This classical historical... More > work includes description of actions at Washington, Marlborough, the Potomac, the Chesapeake, Ponto del Gada, the Partuxent and more.< Less
The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans in the Years 1814-1815 By George Robert Gleig
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First published in 1821, just six years after he had witnessed the British campaigns in Washington and New Orleans, Gleig's chronicle provides a glimpse of the impressions, sentiments and attitudes... More > fostered by those who fought some of the most influential battles in British and American history. New and completely re-worked version of this important work. It has been carefully checked for errors (unlike other commercial offerings). Also includes map plates.< Less
The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans 1814-1815 By Rev G.R. Gleig M.A.
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The Narrative contains, an authentic account, of the expedition directed against Washington and New Orleans, towards the close of the Anglo-American war. It has been compiled, from a journal kept by... More > the author whilst engaged in the enterprise. The adventures of each were faithfully noted down as they occurred, and such remarks made upon passing events as suggested themselves to his mind at the moment. The author Rev G.R. Gleig went on to be the Chaplain-General to the forces, but here relates his real experiences, his discoveries of the horrors of war, the other side of the glory.< Less