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by René Chartrand,Gerry Embleton

Free eBook British Forces in North America 1793-1815 (Men-At-Arms Series, 319) download ISBN: 1855327414
Author: René Chartrand,Gerry Embleton
Publisher: Osprey Publishing (September 25, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 48
Category: Historical
Subcategory: Military
Size MP3: 1921 mb
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One of the places that went short were Britain's holdings in North America.

British Forces in North America 1793-1815 covers the dress and units active in North America during the timeframe. One of the places that went short were Britain's holdings in North America. This older Osprey Men-at-Arms Series book describes the hodge-podge collection of regulars, colonial units, fencibles and militia units that defended Upper and Lower Canada, the Canadian Maritimes, and Newfoundland during the period. In a very concise 48 pages, veteran historian Rene Chartrand lists the units, along with some details on their service and their uniforms.

Rene Chartrand, Gerry Embleton. The end of the American Revolution in 1783 confirmed the independence of the republic of the United States of America from Great Britain. Britain, however, still managed to make its presence felt in North America.

The book is authored by Renè Chartrand and illustrated by Gerry Embleton, two of the best that the Osprey team has to offer

The book is authored by Renè Chartrand and illustrated by Gerry Embleton, two of the best that the Osprey team has to offer. The most interesting part of the volume is the attention given to the various and often neglected Canandian militia units that fought for the British. This book is recommended for anyone with an interest in the War of 1812 and serves to fill the gap of an oft-overlooked period of history.

Men-at-Arms 319. Author: René Chartrand. Illustrator: Gerry Embleton. He has written numerous articles and books including almost 20 Osprey titles and the first two volumes of Canadian Military Heritage. Short code: MAA 319. Publication Date: 25 Sep 1998. Number of Pages: 48. Users in the USA and Canada please select your location at the top of this page to see prices in your currency. Users in the UK and the Rest of the World will be billed in GBP. Availability: In stock. This volume details the uniforms, organisation and equipment of all the Canadian and British units that defended British North America during the tense years in the run up to war with the United States

Rene Chartrand, Gerry Embleton. This volume details the uniforms, organisation and equipment of all the Canadian and British units that defended British North America during the tense years in the run up to war with the United States. The colourful Fencible and Provincial Regiments are featured along with the Glengarry Light Infantry and Canadian Voltigeurs.

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This volume examines in detail the organisation, tactics and equipment of the British forces between 1793 and 1815. Chartrand, . Embleton, G. (Illustr.

British Forces in North America 1793-1815 - The end of the American Revolution in 1783 confirmed the independence of the republic of the United States of America. This volume examines in detail the organisation, tactics and equipment of the British forces between 1793 and 1815. British Forces in North America 1793-1815. English text, paperback, many bw-images, some plates with colour illustrations. Napoleonische Epoche. We also recommend this article. The Dutch-Belgian Cavalry at Waterloo. 63,00 € . Redcoat Officer 1740-1815.

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The end of the American Revolution in 1783 confirmed the independence of the republic of the United States of America from Great Britain. Britain, however, still managed to make its presence felt in North America. Britain's Orders in Council concerning trade were a major irritant which, added to other issues including the sale of Louisiana and the impressment of American soldiers by the Royal Navy, finally caused the United States to declare war on 19 June 1812. This volume examines in detail the organisation, tactics and equipment of the British forces between 1793 and 1815.
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Talrajas
The Napoleonic Wars placed enormous demands on Great Britain's limited Army. One of the places that went short were Britain's holdings in North America. This older Osprey Men-at-Arms Series book describes the hodge-podge collection of regulars, colonial units, fencibles and militia units that defended Upper and Lower Canada, the Canadian Maritimes, and Newfoundland during the period. In a very concise 48 pages, veteran historian Rene Chartrand lists the units, along with some details on their service and their uniforms. The subject is perhaps too large for such a compact volume, but there are some interesting details here for the general reader and the student, such as the difficulties of outfitting units with proper uniforms for the climate. The color plates of examples of uniforms by Gerry Embleton are first rate. Dated but recommended.
asAS
Was hoping to find some reference to blacks that served with british forces during the war of 1812, didn't have a single reference to the blacks who served as british colonial marines formed by Admiral Cockburn. These men fought for promised emancipation and in so doing had a part in the burning Washington, D.C. Disappointed that they were not mentioned or had a picture of them but not surprised that blacks were not mentioned in the book, rarely are african americans or minorities given credit for their contributions
Binar
I received this one July 3rd and have read through it. I am doing research on the War of 1812. I am a Daughter of 1812 on both sides. So, am interesested to find my soliders on both sides and report to my group. Thanks for a wonderful book and the good Art Work!
Anicasalar
Gift for my son. He loves the series and vows to own every book in the entire collection. LOL.