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By Terry Crowdy,Christa Hook

ISBN-10: 184176552X

ISBN-13: 9781841765525

This name, a prequel to Warrior fifty seven French Napoleonic Infantryman 1803-15, concentrates at the interval from the storming of the Bastille in 1789 until eventually Bonaparte's election as Consul for all times in 1802. The meticulously researched textual content presents an genuine portrait of army existence through the Revolution and past, with first-class use of up to date resources, together with many illuminating and brilliant quotations from the memoirs and letters of these who served in the course of the 'Wars of Liberty'. It follows standard volunteers of 1791, during the early levels of the battle, the Civil battle within the west of France and into Bonaparte's moment Italian crusade, culminating within the conflict of Marengo in 1800.

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