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THE NAPOLEONIC ARCHIVE 10: A Hellish Business: The Letters of Captain Charles Kinloch, 52nd Light Infantry 1806-16

THE NAPOLEONIC ARCHIVE 10: A Hellish Business: The Letters of Captain Charles Kinloch, 52nd Light Infantry 1806-16
by Glover, Gareth

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First published in a limited edition paperback but now issued in a better hardback edition. Charles Kinloch served at Copenhagen before proceeding to Portugal to take part in Wellington's first Peninsular campaign. Returning home, he sailed with the Great Expedition to Walcheren in 1809 and then returned to Spain for the campaigns of 1810-12; when his foreign service was rudely halted by a severe wound received at Badajoz. Forced to return home to recuperate, Charles became a captain by purchase in the 99th Foot in March 1813, transferring back to the 52nd in the following July. Charles was appointed as an extra Aide de Camp to General Sir John Hope and became a unique eye-witness to the wounding and capture of Sir John.

1 vol, 268 pgs 2022 CAMBRIDGE, KEN TROTMAN
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