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Osprey Men-at-Arms 42 : The King's German Legion

The King's German Legion was born in sorrow, their tragedy being the occupation of their homeland, the electorate of Hanover, by a 13,000-strong French force under General Mortier in 1803. This book examines how the Hanoverians exacted their revenge. Text by Otto von Pivka, Colour Plates by Michael Roffe.

    Contents
  • The Origins of the Legion
  • The Organization of the Legion
  • The Battle History of the Legion
  • With Wellington in the Peninsula
  • Withdrawal - Autumn 1809
  • The 1810 Campaigns
  • 1811 - Barossa and Albuera
  • Massena's Withdrawal
  • 1812 - Year of Victories
  • 1813 - Into France
  • Operations in Northern Europe
  • The Year 1814
  • The End in the Mediterranean
  • Quatre Bras
  • The Legion at Waterloo
  • The Fall of La Haye Sainte
  • The Disbanding of the Legion
  • The Organisation of the Legion
  • Weapons
  • Hair and Beards
  • Flags and Standards
  • The Plates

 

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