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Desperta Ferro Riv. Caraktere Riv. Ancient Warfare Riv. Medieval Warfare Riv. Armes Militaria HS Riv. Raids HS Riv. Pretorien Riv. Steel Masters HS Riv. Signal Sq. Signal Terra Sq. Signal Mare Sq. The Irish Brigades of France and Spain limited repr. German Paratrooper War Gladiators. Pacific Theater Indice. War US Army Soldier. Elite Eli Paras. Campaign CPN Normandy Clash of the warrior kings CPN Khartoum The shot heard around the world CPN Colenso Last Battle of the Crusades Indice. Campaign CPN Inkerman Wellington's bloodiest siege CPN Bosworth Napoleon's day of fate CPN Crecy Triumph of the longbow CPN Jutland Montcalm's victory against all odds CPN Tarawa The turning of the tide CPN Constantinople Lee's greatest victory CPN Okinawa The last battle CPN Bussaco The forgotten corner of hell CPN Isandlwana The beginning of the end CPN Towton The Indian Army underwent significant changes in command, organization and composition from the time of the Indian Mutiny of , to the outbreak of World War I.

Prior to the Mutiny, the government of British India was exercised by the East India Company, who divided the country into three Presidencies, each with its own army under its own commander-in-chief. When Lord Kitchener was appointed Commander-in-Chief India in , he undertook a major reorganization of the entire army. This book examines the infantry regiments of the Indian Army, at a time when it saw extensive action in campaigns throughout China, Egypt, the Sudan, Burma and Tibet.

Volume 94 - 2nd and later printings. During the 14th and 15th centuries military tactics in Europe underwent a period of sustained transformation of which the outcome was the rejuvenation of the footsoldier as the major tactical unit. For centuries the mounted knights had 'ridden roughshod over the populations of Europe'. It was in the Swiss halberdier and later the pikeman that the mounted men-at-arms were to meet their match. This absorbing text by Douglas Miller provides an account of rise of the Swiss army to its tactical zenith, beginning with the classic encounter at Morgarten.

Volume 96 - 1st printing. In the first half of the 18th century the French had been the European leaders in artillery, possessing the only standardised range of pieces. These pieces, were sturdy but extremely heavy. This books shows how at the beginning of the Seven Years' War, Austria seized the lead by introducing new light field pieces - the 3pdr. Other powers adopted this new system, however no complete overarching methodology existed until the implementation of the Gribeauval system, which was to revolutionise the artillery of Europe and make possible the highly efficient field artillery of the Napoleonic Wars.

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Volume 96 - 2nd and later printings. Volume 97 - 2nd and later printings. Art by Angus McBride. The succession of the French Duke of Anjou to the Spanish throne in provoked the formation of a Grand Alliance to thwart the king's expansionist ambitions. Between and , this united force, comprised of English, Dutch, Danish, Prussian, Austrian and other German troops, were victorious at such historic battles as Blenheim, Oudenarde and Malplaquet.

This book chronicles Marlborough's campaigns in the War of the Spanish Succession, detailing the tactics, troops and uniforms of his army. Volume - 2nd and later printings.

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The history of the Mongol armies is a catalogue of superlatives. No armies in history have ever won so many battles or conquered so much territory.

No army has ever provoked such justifiable terror and loathing in its victims, or slaughtered so many of its vanquished. What other army in history has marched on Russia in the winter and survived, let alone won victories? The stories of these and many other amazing feats of this 'barbarian' people are here brought vividly to life by Stephen Turnbull, from the birth of Genghis Khan in the wind-swept steppes of Mongolia, through the conquest of China and beyond.

Volume - 1st printing. The period covered by this book begins with the British infantryman entering the Peninsular War wearing the lethal knapsack equipment of the day, and ends with the introduction of the first equipment set made entirely of woven cotton webbing [the pattern described in the accompanying Men-at-Arms British Infantry Equipments ]. Mike Chappel's detailed text presents an in-depth study of British infantry equipments from , in a volume complemented by plenty of illustrations and photographs, including eight full page colour plates by the author himself.

The conflict in South Africa from to gave the British military establishment reason to effect swift reforms in the period which followed the end of the hostilities.

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The humiliating defeats suffered at the hands of a comparatively small number of Boer citizen-soldiers in the opening months of the war showed up deficiencies in leadership, training and equipment. In a companion volume to Men-at-Arms British Infantry Equipments , Mike Chappel examines the period from in a text complemented by numerous illustrations including eight full page colour plates by the author himself.

The Restoration of is often quoted as the birth date of our modern British Army.

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While this may be true as far as continuity of unit identity is concerned, the evidence of history shows that the creation of an efficient military machine, and its proving on the battlefield, predates the Restoration by 15 years. It was on the battlefields of the Civil War that the foundations of the British professional army were laid. Here, supported by a wide variety of photographs and eight full colour plates, Stuart Asquith details the history, organisation, weapons and equipment of the New Model Army.

Art by Mike Chappell.

The Australians have had a brief military history, by world standards, but they have taken part in nine wars and, British troops apart, they have fought in more countries than the soldiers of any other nation. Friend and foe alike have assessed them as men-at-arms perhaps equalled but never surpassed.

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This absorbing text by John Laffin examines the history, uniforms and organisation of these colourful and courageous troops, from the Diggers of the First World War to their role in Vietnam. These vigorous northern 'barbarians' were the destroyers of the Western Empire of Rome. Their direct descendants were the knights and men-at-arms. In every sense, they were the creators of the modern world; it is ironic that many people know virtually nothing about them.

This book explores the history, weapons and dress of the Germanics and Dacians who fought Rome two thousand years before our time. The s were a time of growing tension for the smaller states of Eastern Europe. Since the end of the First World War they had enjoyed an independence which most of them had not known for centuries, but this was now threatened by the growing power of Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia. Instead of combining for self defence, they were bitterly divided. The Munich crisis showed how little reliance could be placed on the Western democracies, whose power to intervene militarily in Eastern Europe was negligible.

In effect this left the smaller East European states with little alternative but to become clients of either Germany or Russia. In June Communist insurgent forces commenced a guerrilla war to end British rule in Malaya. During the ensuing 12 years of conflict there were reported 'contacts' between units of the Security Forces and the Communist enemy.

Eventually Malaya was made independent, and the British and their Commonwealth allies emerged victorious. Written and illustrated by infantry veterans of the campaign, this book examines the Malayan Emergency, detailing the forces involved and the harsh jungle conditions in which they fought. The text is complete with firsthand accounts from the contributors themselves and numerous illustrations depicting the forces' uniforms. Mercenaries were a common feature throughout most of Europe in the 14th and 15th centuries, and had been known far earlier. But nowhere did such a sophisticated system of hiring, payment and organisation of mercenaries develop as it did in Italy.

The condottiere whose name came from the condotta or contract between himself and his employer was the result.

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