The Victorians at war, 1815-1914: an encyclopedia of British military history

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ABC-CLIO, Oct 15, 2004 - History - 405 pages
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This encyclopedia surveys the major wars, campaigns, battles and expeditions of the British Army, as well as its weaponry, tactics, and all other aspects of its operations from the end of the Napoleonic Wars to the dawn of World War One.

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A retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, HAROLD E. RAUGH, JR., PH.D., is the book review editor for Military Heritage magazine and Defence Journal (Pakistan). As an infantry officer, he held command and staff assignments around the world. He also taught history at the U.S. Military Academy and served as a member of the UN Truce Supervision Organization for the Middle East. His articles and reviews have appeared in the most prominent international military and historical journals. Raugh lives in Marina, California.

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