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CHASSEUR BARRES. THE EXPERIENCES OF A FRENCH INFANTRYMAN OF THE IMPERIAL GUARD AT AUSTERLITZ, JENA, EYLAU, FRIEDLAND, IN THE PENINSULAR, LUTZEN, BAUTZEN, ZINNWALD AND HANAU DURING THE NAPOLEONIC WARS.
Author: Jean-Baptiste Barres

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Leonaur 2006 Paperback 216mm x 140mm 308 pages .

CHASSEUR BARRES. THE EXPERIENCES OF A FRENCH INFANTRYMAN OF THE IMPERIAL GUARD AT AUSTERLITZ, JENA, EYLAU, FRIEDLAND, IN THE PENINSULAR, LUTZEN, BAUTZEN, ZINNWALD AND HANAU DURING THE NAPOLEONIC WARS.

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Chasseur Barres is a classic memoir of a French soldier of Napoleon's Imperial Guard. Barres enlists in the 'skirmishers' of the Guard and dons the distinctive (and often despised) bearskin of his corps. From that point he embarks on a life of perpetual hard soldiering which takes him to most of the campaign theatres and many of the battlefields of the Napoleonic Age in the company of his Emperor. Barres' first hand accounts of the battlefield campaigning Napoleon and the principal characters of the age make riveting reading. Those devoted to the history of these dynamic times will find much to interest and satisfy within the pages of this book. Note that this book is also available as a hbk contact us for price.

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Author Jean-Baptiste Barres
Publisher Leonaur
ISBN 978-1-84677-130-9
Date of Publication 2006
Edition Reprint
Binding Paperback
Book Size 216mm x 140mm
Number of pages 308
Images N/A
Language English Text
SKU MBN11094

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