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Fighting For Liberty by Stephen Carter

This is a fantastic book and to my mind a welcome addition to anybody's library. It brings fresh insight into the rebellion and a new way of telling the story of the two expeditions of 1685.  One of the novel approaches of this book is it deals with...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 23 Jul 2020

Fighting for Liberty

⭐ New book offer! ⭐‘Fighting for Liberty. Argyll & Monmouth's Military Campaigns against the Government of King James, 1685’ is now in stock and available to buy on our website.SAVE £6 off this brand-new title...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 15 Jul 2020

The Rise of Modern warfare H W Koch (1983)

Back in the old days I had this book. Don't remember what happened to it probably lent it to somebody. Anyway it had the picture below Crossing of the Düna over two pages. Good book for finding out about that era. Anybody have it?
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 14 Jul 2020

The Chronicles of an Old Campaigner 1692-1717: The Recollections of a French Dragoon Officer

Haven't read this but people says it's good. Anybody read it? There is a French language version https://archive.org/details/memoiresdemonsi00cologoogEnglish version https://archive.org/details/chroniclesofoldc00lacouoft
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 28 May 2020

Fighting for Liberty

 Steve Carter's eagerly-anticipated book on the events of 1685 is due to be released in late June. Promises to break new ground by including Argyll's campaign and new perspectives on the battle of Sedgemoor are expected.  Due to current restrictions...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 13 May 2020

Motivation in War

Discussing this on my Seven Years War forum and the consensus is that it is worth reading.. Read a review here
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 11 May 2020

Book offer - both books are excellent

Century of the Soldier 1618-1721 Series Special Offer!For a limited time we're giving you 25% discount off both brand new titles in the Century of the Soldier series 'I Am Minded to Rise' and 'The Perfection of Military Discipline'.Buy 'I Am Minded to...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 15 Apr 2020

I am Minded to Rise: The clothing, weapons and accoutrements of the Jacobites from 1689 to 1719 (Century of the Soldier) Jenn Sc

Excellent work on the clothing and equipment of the Jacobite risings.This is an great book to own. If you have an interest in the Highland rebellions including battles like Killiekrankie and Sheriffmuir then you will love this book. It is not just Highland...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 15 Apr 2020

Marlburian British by Francesc Riart

I think this image is from God Save Catalonia which is a free ebook in the English language.
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 3 Apr 2020

'I Am Minded to Rise. The Clothing, Weapons And Accoutrements Of The Jacobites From 1689 To 1719'

OUT NOW!This book throws new light on the men who fought for the Stuarts in Scotland from the beginning of the Jacobite cause in 1689 to Glenshiel in 1719 by drawing on the work of historians and a wide range of primary sources and therefore presenting...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 25 Mar 2020

The King's Irish John Barratt

This came today and very good it is. The story of the Anglo-Irish foot through their campaigns such as Nantwich and Marston moor. Some great plates by Sean O'Brogain/ Read the bumph here
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 23 Mar 2020

More like lions than men

While some military historians of the English Civil Wars continue to focus on the national conflict and major campaigns, and assert that the considerations of counties and regions was little more than a disconnected series of petty local struggles, several...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 5 Mar 2020

The Army of Frederick the Great (Second Edition)

It was a famous army, but it is not always understood. It was praised for introducing a revolution in the art of war and notorious for the brutality of its discipline, but how did this really work? This is a study of the greatest army of its time by the...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 5 Mar 2020

Donald McBane – THE Expert Sword-Man’s Companion: Or the True Art of SELF-DEFENCE

Donald McBane was a Scottish Highlander and one of the most accomplished duelists of the 18th century. During the span of his extraordinary career as a soldier, prize fighter, fencing master, and brothel manager, McBane took part in 16 battles, 15 skirmishes,...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 2 Feb 2020

THE ARMIES AND WARS OF THE SUN KING 1643-1715

published todayVolume 2: The Infantry of Louis XIV256 pages c 208 colour ills incl. Maps, including new colour plates commissioned for the bookhttps://www.helion.co.uk/military-history-books/the-armies-and-wars-of-the-sun-king-1643-1715-volume-2-the-infantry-of-louis-xiv.php
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 16 Jan 2020

Coming soon from Helion

I have the first two in this series and they are very good. This looks promising. Out for Salute.
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 14 Jan 2020

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