Третий том истории великих войн девятнадцатого столетия от издательства Кассель содержит описания кампаний в британской Индии. Подавлением восстания сипаев. Операции британской армии в Юго-Восточной Азии. Анализируется активность Франции на Ближнем Востоке, в Алжире и Тунисе. Есть статьи о войнах России. Карты, схемы, красочные вставные гравюры. Портреты полководцев – в основном генералов и офицеров британской службы. Добротный том для изучения истории конфликтов 19 века по первоисточникам. Для всех любителей униформологии, истории военного искусства.
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He was hard pressed by Bliicher on the north to southward the enemy were being stronglyreinforced, and a hideous stream of wounded crawled back to the city to show how severely the Grand Army had suffered. fallen to lose them, staff officers. Murat had a narrow escape twenty-four of the guns were retaken by the Russians, and a grand ; opportunity was lost, while Gossa later in the day became the scene of a fierce encounter with the light troops of the Russian Guard, who forced the French to retire, and held that their centre being place as the allied right then at Auenhayn, their left at Mark-Kleberg.
At the post-office were the headquarters of the engineers and artillery the large building known as the Begum Kotee was also filled with women and children. During the month of June the whole of the filled ; irregular cavalry, and there was a except the Sikhs, deserted, general feeling of relief in the garrison at their departure. Their places were well supplied by some eighty pensioned sepoys, who came in at Sir order from the outlying out exception siege. The Henrv Lawrence's and who withthroughout the district, behaved well civilian clerks, many of whom had never handled a gun, were trained in musketry, and fifty men of the 32nd were converted into artillerymen.
On his death-bed he urged on the officers to be careful of their ammunition, the stock of which was by no means large, 250 barrels of powder and as many boxes of rifle ammunition having been lost at the Muchee Bawn. Of provisions there was a large store, for during the preceding months Sir Henry Lawrence had caused large quantities to be brought in from the surrounding country and as no relief could for a long time be looked for, it was certain that the siege must be of many weeks' if not months' duration.