A History of the British Cavalry, 1816 to 1919: 1816 to 1850
Cooper, Jan 1, 1983 - History - 336 pages
The first volume, after a prologue in which the origins and early development of mounted warfare are discussed, including the Waterloo Campaign of 1815, covers the period from 1816-1850. During this period, the Cavalry were chiefly in action in India, fighting in a number of wars from the Nepal War, through to the First Afghan and First and Second Sikh Wars.
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iii British cavalry in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic
iv The Waterloo campaign 1815
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