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WITH WELLINGTON'S OUTPOSTS: The Peninsular and Waterloo Letters of John Vandeleur

WITH WELLINGTON'S OUTPOSTS: The Peninsular and Waterloo Letters of John Vandeleur
by Vandeleur, John

1-208830

John Vandeleur's letters home to his parents are a lively and engaging account of active service during the Napoleonic Wars, recounting everything from day-to-day life on campaign to the experience of pitched battle at Vitoria and Waterloo.

As first a light infantryman and then a light cavalryman, Vandeleur was frequently on the outposts of Wellington's forces, in frequent contact with the French and often obliged to live a rough-and-ready lifestyle as a result. The conditions that he endured, and the camaraderie that sustained him, are vividly recounted in this fascinating collection - previously only available in an extremely rare private publication over a century ago.

Enhanced with contemporary documents, and with expert editing and commentary by Andrew Bamford, this is an outstanding contribution to our understanding of the Peninsular War and the Waterloo campaign.

1 vol, 224 pgs 2015 UK, FRONTLINE BOOKS
NEW-dj, available late June 2015 ......$40.00

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