Officers and Soldiers of The French Imperial Guard : Volume 5 - The Artillery Train, the Wagon Train, Administration, the Medical Service, Headquarters Staff - No. 10 in the Series

By: Jouineau, Andre

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Officers and Soldiers of The French Imperial Guard : Volume 5 -  The Artillery Train, the Wagon Train, Administration, the Medical Service, Headquarters Staff  - No. 10 in the Series by Jouineau, Andre
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Paris, France: Histoire & Collections, 2008. 82 pages prof ill colour illustrations uniforms equipment - With this 5th volume our review of the Imperial Guard ends. The book starts with the follow-up of the chapter about Horse Artillery of the Guard, the units all too often unloved by the militarian historians: the Artillery Traun and the Wagon Train. An army is nothing without logistical support and the Emperor's army would never have been able to conquer Europe without the train drivers whose courage and abnegation, often in very difficult conditions, enabled him to win. . Reprint. Soft Cover. New/No Jacket.

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