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SWORDS OF HONOUR. THE CAREERS OF SIX OUTSTANDING OFFICERS FROM THE NAPOLEONIC WARS, THE WARS FOR INDIA AND THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.
Author: Henry Newbolt & Stanley L. Wood

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Leonaur 2006 Paperback 216mm x 140mm 276 pages .

SWORDS OF HONOUR. THE CAREERS OF SIX OUTSTANDING OFFICERS FROM THE NAPOLEONIC WARS, THE WARS FOR INDIA AND THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.

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This book outlines the eventful careers of six eminent nineteenth century soldiers. All were officers and all were remarkable in their own fields though some achieved middle rank and others rose to the highest military levels. Within these pages are battles and experiences during the Napoleonic Age from Spain to America and Waterloo. The war in Afghanistan the two Sikh Wars and the Indian Mutiny are also represented. The book concludes with the career of Thomas Jackson in Mexico and during the American Civil War. Filled with dozens of personal accounts from journals 'Swords of Honour' is made particularly special by the inclusion of 46 illustrations by the accomplished military illustrator Stanley L Wood. An ideal reader and a perfect gift book for all occasions. Note that this book is also available as a hbk contact us for price.

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Author Henry Newbolt & Stanley L. Wood
Publisher Leonaur
ISBN 978-1-84677-082-1
Date of Publication 2006
Edition Reprint
Binding Paperback
Book Size 216mm x 140mm
Number of pages 276
Images N/A
Language English Text
SKU MBN11030

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