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Napoleon#s Imperial Headquarters (2): On Campaign

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

Following Elite 115 – which described the composition of Napoleon's military and civil 'households', and Marshal Berthier's army general headquarters – this title offers an intimate glimpse of the Emperor's...


Napoleon#s Imperial Headquarters (1): Organization and Personnel

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

Osprey's detailed study of the entourage which enabled Napoleon to move hundreds of thousands of troops right across Europe during the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815). The 'military machine' by which Napoleon and...


The Kaiser's Warlords: German Commanders of World War I

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

Osprey's study of the German commanders of World War I (1914-1918). The turn of the 20th century saw Imperial Germany as essentially a militarist state, whose growing industrial resources and wealth were harnessed...


Napoleon's Dragoons of the Imperial Guard

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

Dressed in distinctive green uniforms and classically inspired copper helmets, the Dragoons of the Imperial Guard were raised in 1806 by the same criteria as other Guard units - by selection of picked, literate...


Napoleons Carabiniers

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

The two privileged regiments of Carabiniers survived the Napoleonic Wars (1977-1815) with their elite status intact. They covered themselves with glory at Austerlitz, Friedland, Ratisbonne and Wagram - where...


Wellington's Belgian Allies 1815

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

The army commanded by the Duke of Wellington at Quatre-Bras and Waterloo included two infantry divisions and three cavalry brigades of the newly-unified Netherlands (or 'Dutch-Belgian') army. The part played...


Wellington's Dutch Allies 1815

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

The forces commanded by the Duke of Wellington at Quatre-Bras and Waterloo included two infantry divisions and three cavalry brigades of the newly unified ('Dutch-Belgian') army of the Kingdom of the Netherlands,...


Napoleon's Guards of Honour: 1813-14

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

One of the least understood of Napoleon's corps were the four regiments of Gardes d'honneur, raised in 1813 during the frantic rebuilding of the French cavalry after the huge losses in Russia. Recruited from...


Napoleon's Red Lancers

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

The legendary Dutch 'Red' Lancers – the 2nd Light Horse Lancers of Napoleon's Imperial Guard – were formed in 1810, during the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815), after the emperor annexed Holland and its army...


Napoleon's Mamelukes

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

The most exotic of all the troops of Napoleon's Imperial Guard were undoubtedly the Mamelukes - the bodyguard of Oriental cavalry which followed him home after the Egyptian expedition of 1798-1801, and remained...


Napoleon's Scouts of the Imperial Guard

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

Driven out of Germany after his defeat at Leipzig in 1813, Napoleon seemed to face disaster. Some 345,000 Allied troops were converging on France from the east; and Napoleon had only about 80,000 men. Most of...


Napoleon's Polish Lancers of the Imperial Guard

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

Napoleon's Polish Lancers of the Guard were unique in their appearance and in their loyalty. This book reveals their varied and colorful uniforms as well as their long and loyal service for the Bonaparte cause...


Napoleon's Mounted Chasseurs of the Imperial Guard

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

A concise history of the hand-picked elite cavalry guard that served as Napoleon's close personal escort and were committed to the most dangerous areas of combat on the battlefield. Formed from his original...


The Belgian Army in World War I

by Ronald Pawly & Patrice Courcelle

While small in numbers, the Belgian Army played a vital role in World War I (1939-1945) that is often overlooked. Germany's invasion of neutral Belgium, which led Britain to declare war in August 1914, should...