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MAA No 42 THE KING'S GERMAN LEGION


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The King's German Legion was the largest and most respected of the foreign
corps which fought as integrated elements of the British Army during the
Napoleonic Wars. The light and heavy cavalry, light and line infantry, and horse
and foot artillery of the KGL made major contributions to Wellington's victories
during the Peninsular War, and several units covered themselves with glory at
Waterloo. This book offers a comprehensive overview of the KGL from its origins
to its disbandment, including its uniforms, weapons, flags and standards.
Meticulous illustrations offer unprecedented details of this impressive fighting
force. Contents: The Origins of the Legion * The Organisation of the
Legion * The Battle History of the Legion * With Wellington in the
Peninsula * Withdrawal: Autumn 1809 * The 1810 Campaigns * 1811:
Barossa and Albuera * Massena’s Withdrawal * 1812: Year of
Victories * 1813: Into France * Operations in Northern Europe *
The Year 1814 * The End in the Mediterranean · Quatre Bras * The
Legion at Waterloo * The Fall of La Haye Sainte * The Disbanding of
the Legion * The Organisation of the Legion * Weapons * Hair and
Beards * Flags and Standards * Colour plates by Michael
Roffe.
  • AUTHOR: von Pivka, O
  • FORMAT: 48pp 40 Bw 8 col 248x184 Pb
  • Code: 17630

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