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Graf Bretlach22 Dec 2010 8:27 a.m. PST

History of the 31e Regiment d'infanterie légčre (1799-1814)
Virgilio Ilari, Piero Crociani, Bruno Pauvert
PDF link

Graf Bretlach22 Dec 2010 8:28 a.m. PST

A history of the British army.
Sir John William Fortescue, Macmillan and co. limited, 1910
Vol 1 link
Vol 2 link
Vol 3 link
Vol 4-1 link
Vol 4-2 link
link
Vol 5 (1803-1807): link
Vol 6 link
Vol 7 link
link
Vol 8 link
Vol 9 link
Vol 10 link

Graf Bretlach22 Dec 2010 8:32 a.m. PST

Nouveau dictionnaire historique des sičges et batailles mémorables, et des combats maritimes les plus fameux.
Par M… M…., A Paris, 1809
Vol 1 : link
Vol 2 : link
Vol 3 : link
Vol 4 : link
Vol 5 : link
Vol 6 : link

Histoire de l'Armée et de tous les Régiments depuis les premiers temps de la monarchie francaise jusqu'ŕ nos jours
Adrien Pascal, Paris, A. Barbier, éditeur, 1850
Vol 1 1850 :
Vol 2 1853 : link
Vol 3 1853 : link
Vol 4 1850 : link
link

Graf Bretlach22 Dec 2010 8:37 a.m. PST

A ramble through Belgian battle fields and a few wayside thoughts: Fontenoy, Malplaquet, Jemappes, Ligny and Quatre Bras, Waterloo
A British officer, [Montreal? : s.n.] 1869
link

von Winterfeldt23 Dec 2010 5:54 a.m. PST

Dear Graf

Unfortunatly the links don't correspond with the volumes

volumes 2 – link – is not matching volume 2 Fortescue

Graf Bretlach23 Dec 2010 5:22 p.m. PST

Thank you VW, I have original hardbacks, so have not downloaded them, I was just going on the front description, I will check the links and post an update, thanks for letting me know, Steve will be crying in his beer at my lame attempt to follow in the masters footsteps.

von Winterfeldt24 Dec 2010 6:49 a.m. PST

Dear Graf

I highly appreciate your effort – keep on updating this thread – I am looking forward to new down – loading possibilities.

Graf Bretlach28 Dec 2010 5:49 p.m. PST

Thanks VW, Steve has the BIG advantage of living in the USA and therefore has full access & search facility,I also don't have a lot of spare time for this, but will certainly post anything that looks very interesting, best to check the NSF where Steve & others are still posting their finds.

anyway, you will be familiar with the following..

American artillerist's companion: or Elements of artillery. Treating of all kinds of firearms in detail and of the formation, object and service of the flying or horse artillery.
Louis Tousard, Philadelphia, published by C. and A. Conrad and Co. 1809 2 vols
Vol 1: link
Vol 2: link

Taschenbuch für k. k. österreichische Artillerie-Officiere.
Smola 2 vols. Wien: 1831:
Vol 1 (1831) 316 pages
link
Vol 2 (1831) 194 pages
link

Handbuch für k. k. österreichische Artillerie-Offiziere: mit Benützung der hinterlassenen Schriften des k.k. Generalmajors in der Artillerie
Joseph Freiherrn von Smola, Kommandeur des Marientheresienordens etc. etc. 2nd ed. Wien: 1839. 626 pages
link

Die Artillerie: oder die Waffenkunde
Georg von Hauser, Gerold, 1818, 302 pages
link

Militärisches Taschenbuch
Georg von Hauser, Gerold, 1828
link

Geschichte der österreichischen Artillerie von de frühesten Zeiten bis zur Gegenwart.
Anton Dolleczek, Kreisel & Gröger, 1887 – 734 pages
link

The bombardier, and pocket gunner
Ralph Willett Adye, T. Egerton, 1802 – 270 pages
1802 edition: link
Printed for E. Larkin, no. 47, Cornhill, Boston, by William Greenough, 1804 – 277 pages
1804 edition: link

Graf Bretlach28 Feb 2011 4:48 a.m. PST

Courtesy of SHS!

Jean-Baptiste Avril. Avantages d'une bonne discipline, et moyens de l'entretenir dans les corps: ouvrage suivi d'un Essai historique sur l'infanterie française …. Paris: Anselin et Pochard, 1824. 531 pages:

link

Whirlwind20 Feb 2012 10:03 a.m. PST

A link to the second volume of Fortescue's History of the British Army:

link

Andrew Preziosi24 Feb 2012 9:03 a.m. PST

Whirlwind…what is the archival page at Archive.org?

The one where all of the various versions are posted with the menu on the left?

Whirlwind26 Feb 2012 7:42 a.m. PST

Here:

link

Regards

Andrew Preziosi26 Feb 2012 10:09 p.m. PST

Thank you very much!

1968billsfan Supporting Member of TMP01 Jul 2012 2:40 p.m. PST

Steven H Smith

Thank you very much

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