Albuera: Wellington's Fourth  Peninsular Campaign, 1811 by Peter EdwardsAlbuera: Wellington's Fourth  Peninsular Campaign, 1811 by Peter Edwards

Albuera: Wellington's Fourth Peninsular Campaign, 1811

byPeter Edwards

Paperback | February 1, 2008

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The battle of Albuera was fought between the forces of France, led by Marshal Soult, and the combined forces of Britain, Portugal and Spain under Sir William Beresford. The battle, named after the Spanish village about which the fighting took place, cost the lives of 13,000 men. The French effort, to disrupt Beresford's siege of the town of Badajoz was unsuccessful, but this was not a great allied victory. Nonetheless, Albuera became one of the most famous of Peninsular battles. Peter Edwards has written a detailed new history of the battle, and the other battles that comprised Wellington's fourth campaign. Making extensive use of rare eyewitness accounts, this book places the reader at the heart of a thrilling narrative.
Peter Edwards was commissioned into the Northamptonshire Regiment (previously the 48th Foot). Subsequently he commanded the Officer Training Corps at Bristol University. He is the author of Talavera [Crowood 2005].
Title:Albuera: Wellington's Fourth Peninsular Campaign, 1811Format:PaperbackDimensions:264 pages, 9.25 × 6.25 × 0.75 inPublished:February 1, 2008Publisher:The Crowood Press UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1861269463

ISBN - 13:9781861269461

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