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AbeBooks Bookseller Since: 13 November Stock Image. Published by Osprey Publishing 1st edition, London, Used Soft cover. Save for Later. From Barbarossa Books Ltd. About this Item 40 p. Bookseller Inventory Ask Seller a Question. About this title Synopsis: On 14 October , Napoleon persuaded Herzog Peter Friedrich Ludwig of Oldenburg to join the Confederation of the Rhine by the Treaty of Erfurt - the military contingent to be maintained by the duchy was set at an infantry battalion of men in six companies. Soon after its formation, the companies organized into a regiment of foot known famously as the 'Black Watch', the name thought to derive from their dark-coloured tartans and their role to 'watch' the Highlands.
This book explores the uniforms, equipment and history of the Black Watch, from their involvement in the battles of Fontenoy and Ticonderoga in the midth century, through to the Korean War of the s. Volume 8 - 2nd and later printings. Volume 9 - 1st printing. Although this was dangerous, he succeeded in driving his raw regiments to to victory. The text is accompanied by eight colour plates and several contemporary illustrations to depict the uniforms and experiences of the troops who participated in the final defeat of Napoleon.
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Volume 10 - 1st printing. Written by Gregory Blaxland. The Buffs originated in from a company of men raised from London trained bands sent to aid the Protestant cause in Holland. Upon their return to England, the Company re-formed as a single regiment, the Holland Regiment, which later became known as 'The Buffs'.
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This book details the history of the Buffs from their inception to their demise as an independent unit in , focusing particularly on their uniforms, including the distinctive dragon badge. Volume 10 - 2nd and later printings. Volume 11 - 1st printing. Not only did the Chasseurs prove to be excellent soldiers, but they also served as Napoleon's immediate escort whenever he went on campaign.
The uniforms, guidons and standards of the Consular Guard, later renamed the Imperial Guard, are illustrated throughout the book. Volume 11 - 2nd and later printings. Volume 12 - 1st printing. Written by Alan Shepperd. In new British regiments were raised to face the threat of Revolutionary France. Among the first of the regiments to be raised were De Burgh's and the Scotch Brigade. These two regiments became united as the two regular battalions of the Connaught Rangers. As a result, the Connaught Rangers can claim a service record that streches back to The unit's experience in America and in South Africa is included.
The full variety of uniforms are illustrated in a variety of colour plates and several contemporary photos and illustrations. Volume 12 - 2nd and later printings. Volume 13 - 1st printing. In the 15th century when it began to refer to a people ditinguished by their own tongue and customs who formed separate communities.
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These strong, free Cossack communities were seen as a threat to the Tsar until in they were obliged to swear fealty. From that date onwards Cossacks served in all of Russia's wars, most famously when 50, Don Cossacks fought against Napoleon of which nearly half died in battle or on campaign. The Cossacks eventually developed their own military structure with rank titles , uniforms and equipment all of which are detailed in in this volume.
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