Sponsored by the Waterloo Association and Helion Publishing Company Limited. Talks on a wide range of Napoleonic subjects, books to purchase, Napoleonic Gaming. Free entry. More details to follow.
“Waterloo: Building Armies and Armies Building”- Study Weekend Higham Hall The anniversaries this year are the Lines of Torres Vedras and Busaco. Other talks will examine the background, development and activities of some of the regiments, corps and armies who were to meet on the field at Waterloo. We will also look at the organisation […]
Drinks 17.00 – 17.45 hours, AGM 17.45 – 18.30 hours Presentation Carole Divall: General Abercromby 18.30-19.30 hours. Please notify the Secretary John Morewood if you are attending email@example.com. Places are limited. A Dress Code applies
CONFERENCE PAPERS PHILIP BALL – The Unfortunate General Mack: Reputation, Prejudice and Luck in 18th century Strategy, TERRY CROWDY – Military Intelligence in the Italian Campaign, ALEXANDER MIKABERIDZE – For the Czar and the Fatherland: Russian Conscription Service during the Napoleonic Wars, ALISTAIR NICHOLS – French émigré units in British pay: the white cockade regiments, […]
The theme this year will be 1807/08 -Battle of Copenhagen, Danish Prisoners of War, artillery at the start of Peninsula/Copenhagen. Please contact the Regional Coordinator Paul Chamberlain for further details firstname.lastname@example.org
As we know the fighting did not finish for Wellington on the 18th June. The celebrated French defensive fortifications had to be persuaded to surrender. Some Wellington had to besiege and the hornwork at Peronne, of course, had to be stormed- in what would prove to be Wellington’s last military operation. In this tour we […]
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Autumn Meeting, East India Club, London Prof Jeremy Black- “The War of 1812 and its impact on Waterloo” Dress Code Applies.