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By Davis, Adam
The Furthest Garrison focuses on Imperial Forces in New Zealand, with particular reference to Auckland.
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By Hinton, Michael
This book presents fresh analyses of unpublished, published and significant primary source material relevant to the medical aspects on the Eastern campaign of 1854-1856 - commonly called the Crimean War.
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By Brice, Christopher
The Abyssinian campaign of 1867-1868 was a remarkable - and now largely forgotten - military undertaking of the Victorian era. The expedition demonstrated the power and 'reach' of the British Empire - and no other nation at that time could have considered (let alone undertaken) s ...
By Laband, John
The ignominious rout of a British force at the Battle of Majuba on 27 February 1881 - and the death of its commander, Major General Sir George Pomeroy-Colley - was the culminating British disaster in the humiliating Transvaal campaign of 1880-1881 in South Africa. For the victori ...
By McNichols, Paul
In the spring of 1870 an Anglo-Canadian military force began an epic journey through the wilderness to take control of the vast Hudson's Bay Company lands on behalf of the newly created Dominion of Canada. In command was Colonel Garnet Wolseley, who would rise to become the Comma ...
By Truesdale, David; Young, John
Those men awarded the Victoria Cross during the Crimean War served in the artillery, infantry, cavalry and Royal Navy. Not only was the first ever VC recipient an Irishman, so was the first soldier to be so awarded (as it was, in many cases) in numerous infantry regiments. An Iri ...
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