Salamanca 1812 /
"This book examines in detail the celebrated battle of Salamanca, the critical British victory that proved crushing to French pride and morale during the Peninsular War (1808-1814). Focusing on the day of the battle, Rory Muir skilfully conveys the experience of ordinary soldiers on both sides,...
New Haven :
Yale University Press,
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- Ch. 1. The Campaign
- Ch. 2. Armies and Generals
- Ch. 3. Preliminary Manoeuvres and Skirmishing: Morning and Early Afternoon
- Ch. 4. Pakenham and Thomieres
- Ch. 5. Leith and Maucune
- Ch. 6. Le Marchant and the Destruction of the French Left
- Ch. 7. Collapse and Recovery in the Centre
- Ch. 8. Pack's Attack on the Greater Arapile
- Ch. 9. Ferey and the French Last Stand
- Ch. 10. Foy and the French Retreat
- Ch. 11. The Victory
- Ch. 12. The Aftermath
- Ch. 13. Consequences
- App. I. Casualties Suffered on 18 July 1812
- App. II. Allied Strength and Losses
- App. III. French Strength and Losses
- App. IV. Letter Describing the Battle / Henry Campbell
- App. V. The Battlefield Today.