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armies of Wellington
Haythornthwaite, Philip J.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Philip J. Haythornthwaite.|
|LC Classifications||DA68.12.W4 H37 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||318 p. :|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||95167637|
Huw Davies, author of Wellington’s Wars: The Making of a Military Genius “This complete, yet accessible study of the greatest armies of the Revolutionary period—including the Ottoman and Spanish forces, which have been ignored so often previously—fills a major void in .
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The book includes chapters on the high command, financing, various branches of service, tactics, weaponry, and foreign volunteers as well as a capsule history of the major campaigns.
It focuses on the Peninsular Campaign under Wellington and on Waterloo, the British army's outstanding feat of arms during the period, but does not ignore less Cited by: 3. Armies of Wellington is an excellent, in-depth survey of the British armies from the time of the French Revolutionary Wars all the way to the Battle of Waterloo, and everything in-between.
While the author refers most often to the Peninsular War (quite naturally), he makes sure to include accounts of India, the West Indies, and the various expeditions all over Europe/5. The book is roughly pages and covers all of Wellington's life from his birth, the campaigns in Flanders, India, Spain, Waterloo, and his prime ministry.
The military campaigns are covered in adequate detail, enough to know what happened, but not enough to confuse the reader or draw a Cited by: In essence this is a book only about the battle: the armies and the three battles over the four days.
The background and lead-in is brief but enough for most readers who then are taken into the camps of the three armies and their movements as they build into clash of armies/5. The armies of Wellington. [Philip J Haythornthwaite] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search Arthur Wellesley Wellington, Duke of; Arthur Wellesley Wellington, Duke of: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Philip J Haythornthwaite.
Find more information about: ISBN: X. Get this from a library. The armies of Wellington. [Philip J Haythornthwaite] -- An account of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, and his effect on the British Army during the Napoleonic era. Three armies participated in the battle: Napoleon's Armée du Nord, a multinational army under Wellington, and a Prussian army under Blücher.
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Editorial Reviews For anyone looking for a wealth of details on the fateful three-day battle of Waterloo inthis is the book required prefatory reading for Author: Philip Haythornthwaite. The Hardcover of the The National Army Museum Book of Wellington's Armies: Britain's Campaigns in the Peninsula and at Waterloo, by NA NA at Barnes.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3). Buy The Armies of Wellington by Philip J Haythornthwaite online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 3 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ Waterloo: The History of Four Days, Three Armies and Three Battles is a history book written by Bernard Cornwell, first published in Great Britain by William Collins on 11 Septemberand by Harper Collins Publishers on 5 May in the United States.
It is Cornwell's first work of nonfiction, after publishing more than forty novels in the historical fiction genre, including the popular Author: Bernard Cornwell.
There re mains very little space in which to explain the social and political forces in which Napoleon's and Wellington's armies were involved, either in Spain or France. Spain, after all, was. Find The Armies Of Wellington by Haythornthwaite, Philip J at Biblio.
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Military Achievements Wellesley entered the army in and, aided by his brother Richard (later Marquess Wellesley), rose rapidly in held a command in Flanders (–95) and in went with his regiment to India. Buy Armies of Wellington, The - Historical Book from Arms and Armour Press - part of our ' Historical Books - Historical Reference Books collection.
The book aims to be realistic - the fog ofwar is foggy indeed, and Wellington sometimes makes mistakes. Thecasualties at Waterloo are appalling, and the battle almost -Col. Trant of "Sharpe's Rangers" fame actually appears, an excellent soldier but "the most drunken dog there ever was" in Wellington's l is the emphasis on Wellington's Indian campaign and on Cited by: The Armies of Wellington by Philip J.
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When other Generals make mistakes their armies are beaten; when I get into a hole, my men pull me out of it. Duke of Wellington. Mistake, Army, Men. If you had seen one day of war, you would pray to God that you would never see another.
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Wellington was in many ways the first modern general, combining a mastery of logistics with an ability to communicate with and inspire men of all ranks. He had to contend not only with enemy armies but also with his political masters and an often skeptical public at home/5(37).
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One of the Duke of Wellington's officers once remarked, "We would rather see his long nose in the sight than a reinforcement of ten thousand men." Arthur Wellesley, first duke of Wellington (–), was one of the greatest military commanders in history and is best known as the successful opponent at Waterloo of arguably the leading general of all time, Napoleon Bonaparte.5/5(2).
Book from Project Gutenberg: The Victories of Wellington and the British Armies. The Spanish government made Wellington commander-in-chief of all allied armies, providing an ex Spanish troops after Salamanca. Although not completely undefeated he never lost a major battle. His greatest defeat came at the Siege of Burgos inwhere he had hoped to prevent French forces concentrating.
After losing 2, men and causing only French casualties he was forced. Wellington's Brigade Commanders - Peninsula and Waterloo, Ron McGuigan and Robert Burnham.A very useful reference work giving four or five page biographies of the surprisingly large group of men who commanded brigades in Wellington’s armies in the Peninsula or during the Waterloo campaign, covering just over sixty men.
Battle of Waterloo (J ), Napoleon’s final defeat at the hands of the duke of Wellington’s combined allied army and a Prussian army under Gebhard Leberecht von Blucher. The battle, fought south of Waterloo, Belgium, ended 23 years of recurrent. The Duke of Wellington remarked that Waterloo was “a damned nice thing,” meaning uncertain or finely balanced.
He was right. For his part, Napoleon reckoned “the English are bad troops and this affair is nothing more than eating breakfast.” He was wrong, and this gripping and dramatic narrative history by veteran historian Gordon Corrigan in time for the bicentennial in Famous Napoleonic Battles; The Napoleonic Source Book; Who Was Who in the Napoleonic Wars; Wellington's Army: The Uniforms of the British Soldier and Waterloo Armies.
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While it fully acknowledges Wellington’s vital role, it also addresses the nature of the warring armies, the significance of the campaigns of Lake in North India, and leaves the reader with an understanding of the human experience of war in the region.THE FIELDS OF DEATH is the epic final novel in Simon Scarrow's bestselling Wellington and Napoleon Quartet.
Essential reading for fans of Bernard Cornwell. Viscount Wellington and Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte have made their mark as military commanders.
Lifelong enemies, they both believe their armies are strong enough to destroy.