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Memoirs of a French Napoleonic Officer: Jean-Baptiste Barres, Chasseur of the Imperial Guard (Napoleonic Library) Hardcover – Ap by Jean-Baptiste Barres (Author)5/5(2). In the Legions of Napoleon: The Memoirs of a Polish Officer in Spain and Russia (Napoleonic Library) Hardcover – Ap by Henrich von Brandt (Author)4/5(5).
Brandts exciting memoirs paint a startling picture of life on Memoirs of a Napoleonic officer book, and the brutal face of the Napoleonic battlefield and make for gripping reading.
Jonathan North is a specialist in Napoleonic history, concentrating on Eastern Europe.4/5(5). Memoirs of a Napoleonic Officer. "General George S. Patton Jr. has earned a place in the pantheon of authentic American heroes. [Yet] his great success on the battlefield did not come about by chance.
He read voraciously" (D'Este, Patton,). These lively memoirs date from the time of Barrès’ entry into the Chasseurs Velites (skirmishers, or light infantry) of Napoleon’s Imperial Guard in Always modest in recounting his own exploits, Barrès was not only at the cannon’s mouth, but also a participant at such spectacular events as the Coronation.
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British Memoirs of the Napoleonic Wars By Robert Burnham InI compiled and published on the Napoleon Series a bibliography of British memoirs. It consisted of about memoirs, diaries, and letters that I had collected.
Memoirs of a colorful Russian cavalry officer and partisan leader of the Napoleonic Wars who served as the model for a character in Tolstoy's War and Peace. Genre/Form: Autobiographies Military history: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Barrès, Jean-Baptiste, Memoirs of a Napoleonic officer, Jean-Baptiste Barrès.
Memoirs of a French Napoleonic Officer: Jean-Baptiste Barres, Chasseur of the Imperial Guard: Barres, Jean-Baptiste: Books - 5/5(2). Greenhill Books, - History - pages 0 Reviews "These memoirs, never before published in English, give a dramatic insight into the life of a Napoleonic officer and his hazardous adventures.
Pen and Sword Books: Memoirs of a French Napoleonic Officer - Hardback These lively memoirs date from the time of Barrs entry into the Chasseurs Velites (skirmishers, or light infantry) of Napoleons Imperial Guard in About Us Price: £ Memoirs of the late War: comprising the personal narrative of Captain Cooke of the 43rd Regiment Light Infantry; the history of the campaign of in Portugal, by the Earl of Munster; and a narrative of the campaign of in Holland, by Lieut.
I've given this book four stars because it's well presented and could be an excellent resource for those interested in the Napoleonic wars. The translated memoirs of an artillery officer from toand beyond, it offers a French perspective on the conflicts that wracked Europe in the early nineteenth century/5.
Memoirs of a Napoleonic officer. London, G. Allen & Unwin Ltd.  (OCoLC) Named Person: Jean-Baptiste Barrès; Jean-Baptiste Barrès: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jean-Baptiste Barrès; Maurice Barrès; Bernard Miall. Moiret, a junior infantry officer, paints a vivid picture of the campaign, the Levant and Napoleon's army.
He shares his observations of the natives, the landscape, senior officers and members of the Egyptian Institute while tossing in the offical bulletins and announcements from the Cited by: 1. Memoirs of a colorful Russian cavalry officer and partisan leader of the Napoleonic Wars who served as the model for a character in Tolstoy’s War and Peace.
Dawson, Henry and Charles. Memoirs of a French Napoleonic Officer by Jean-Baptiste Barres A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Memoirs of a French Napoleonic Officer: Jean-Baptiste Barres, Chasseur of the Imperial Guard (Napoleonic Library) by Barres, Jean-Baptiste and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at British Memoirs of the Napoleonic Wars: Enlisted Memoirs.
By Robert Burnham. Contrary to popular belief, many soldiers in the British Army were literate. Some wrote memoirs, others kept diaries, and some wrote home fairly frequently.
This listing is alphabetical by the soldier's last name. Abbott, John. memoirs of a french napoleonic officer Jean-Baptiste Barres The superb record of a serving soldier, making light of danger, sharing with the reader the fatigues and privations that attended so much campaigning in appalling weather and a hostile country, and rejoicing as much in the outcome of a successful foraging expedition as his promotions.
These lively memoirs date from the time of Barrès’ entry into the Chasseurs Velites (skirmishers, or light infantry) of Napoleon’s Imperial Guard in Always modest in recounting his own exploits, Barrès was not only at the. As many of these books are now out of print, the Frontline Napoleonic Library has, once again, made them available to the general public.
Memoirs of a French Napoleonic Officer £ RRP: £ In the Legions of Napoleon £ RRP: £ A Soldier for Napoleon. Your last two books are written by people who had great proximity to Napoleon. Let’s look at Private Memoirs Of The Court Of Napoleon by Louis François Joseph Bausset-Roquefort.
This seems a fairly unknown book. Yes, it’s a very little-known book but an extremely interesting one. Four stars. This excellent volume is the second of three in Siegfried Sassoon's semi-autobiographical WWI trilogy The Complete Memoirs of George Sherston: Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting Man, Memoirs of an Infantry Officer, and Sherston's Progress.
The quality of the writing and its authenticity motivate me to give this volume four stars/5. Brandt was a Lutheran Pole in the Vistula Legion from untilbut this memoir cover through the retreat from Moscow.
This is typical in some respects from many other memoirs of the period, but Brandt is more light hearted in his style even though the subject can be serious/5.
In the two return to Paris. The French government wants to send Napoleon to a new location as brigadier-general of infantry. he rejects the offer and is thus struck off the list of general officers. Eventually Napoleon gets command of Paris. In Napoleon. Chris Evans' Memoirs Of A Fruitcake begins where his first book It's Not What You Think ends.
Evans is purchasing his own radio station to continue his successful morning radio career and he could not be happier or at least he thinks. The second book uses the /5(). Memoirs of an Infantry Officer, Sassoon, Siegfried, Collier,p, pb, covers bumped/scuffed, text clean, solid binding, price sticker front cover Seller Inventory # ABE More information about this seller | Contact this seller 8.
Get this from a library! Memoirs of a French Napoleonic officer: Jean-Baptiste Barrès, chasseur of the Imperial Guard. [Jean-Baptiste Barrès; Maurice Barrès].The newly translated memoir, In the Legions of Napoleon: The Memoirs of a Polish Officer in Spain and Russia,by Jonathan North tells the exciting story of one of these intrepid Polish soldiers who left home and fought for Napoleon the length and breadth of Europe.
Heinrich von Brandt was a Pole of Prussian heritage who had been a.personal adventures of a young officer during walcheren & the peninsular war: the memoirs of ensign watson 9th (east norfolk) regiment of foot, GLOVER (G.) Ed: £