By Ian Knight
On eleven October 1899 the second one Boer battle among the British and the Boers all started. The struggle observed the main strong specialist military on the planet pitted opposed to the radical strategies of the undisciplined Boers. even though the Boers have been eventually compelled to give up in might 1902 the warfare had taken its toll on their competitors who misplaced a few 8,000 troops killed in motion with one other 13,000 demise from sickness. This e-book covers the employer, uniforms and intensely assorted strategies fascinated by the clash, from guerrilla war to a last warfare of attrition that the Boers couldn't wish to win.
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119 25l 126 110 20. 167 98 206 29. 096 226 77 78 "' IN FA N T RY ( I) NAPOLEON 'S GUAR D IN FA NT RY (2) NAPOLEON'S SPEC IALIST TROOPS NAPOLEON'S ITALIAN & N EAPOLITA N TROOPS NAPOLEON 'S GERMAN A LLIES (I) WE STFALlA & KLEVE-BERG NAPOLEON'S GERMAN ALLIES (2) N ASSAU & O LDENBERG NAP O LEON' S GERMAN ALLIES (3) SAXONY N A PO LEO N 'S GERMA N A LLIES (4) BAVARIA N A PO LEO N 'S GERMAN A LLIES (5) H ESSEN, DA RM5TA DT & HESSEN KASSEL NAPOLEON 'S OVERSEASARMY NAPOLEON 'S SEA SOLD IERS AUST RIAN ARMY OF T HE N A PO LEO N IC WARS (I) IN FAN T RY AUSTRIAN ARMY OF THE N A PO LEON IC WARS (2) C AVAL RY AUSTRIAN SPECIALIST TROOPS O F T HE NAPOLEONI C WARS AUSTRIAN AUX ILIARY T RO O PS 1792-1 816 PRUSSIAN LINE IN FA NTRY 1792-1815 PRUSSIAN LIGH T IN FA N T RY 1792-1815 PRUSSIAN CAVA LRY OF T HE N A PO LEO N IC WARS (I) 1792_1807 PRUSSIAN CAVALRY OF THE N A PO LEO N IC WARS (2) 1807-1815 PRUSSIAN RESERVE, M ILITIA & IRREGU LAR T RO O PS 1806-1815 RUSSIAN ARMY O F T HE N A PO LEO N IC WARS (I) IN FANTRY RUSSIAN ARMY OF T HE NAPOLEO NIC WA RS (2) CAVA LRY W ELLING TON 'S GENERA LS WE LLING TON'S INFANTRY (I) WELLI NG TON'S IN FA NTRY (2) WELLI NGTON'S HIGHLAN DERS W ELLIN GTON'S LIGHT CAVALRY W ELLING TON 'S HEAVY CAVALRY W ELLING TON 'S SPEC IALIST TROOPS BRUNSWICK T ROOPS 1809· 1S DUT CH- BELGIA N TROOPS HANOVERIAN AR MY 1792-1 816 BRITISH FORC ESIN THE WEST IN D IES ARTI LLERY EQ U IPMENTS O F T HE NAPOLEON IC WARS T HE AM ERICAN WAR 1812-14 FLAGS OF THE NAPOLEON IC WARS (I) FLAGS O F TH E NAPOLEON IC WARS (2) FLAGS OF THE N A POLEONIC WARS (3) 19TH CENTURY 232 BOLlVAR AND SAN MA RT IN 281 US DRAGOONS 1833-SS 168 US CAVA LRY ON THE PLAINS 173 ALAMO & TEX A N WAR 1835- 36 ] 01 BOER WARS (I) 1836- 1896 56 M EXIC A N ·A MERIC A N WAR 1846·8 272 T HE M EXICAN ADV ENTURE 1861_67 63 A MERICAN INDIA N WARS 1860-90 170 AMERICAN CIVIL WAR ARMI ES (I ) CONFEDERATE 177 AM ERICAN CI VIL WA R ARM IES (2) UNI O N '" 190 201 l8 31 252 2S8 26S 16] 186 288 27S 241 19] 196 198 201 212 215 219 22.
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