There are still a few tickets left for the BCMH’s ‘War & Peace in the Age of Napoleon’ Conference will be taking place at King’s College, London, on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th September 2019. In the wake of the bicentenary commemorations of the Napoleonic Wars, the British Com
Friends of the British Cemetery, Elvas The small British Cemetery at Elvas in Portugal is the only cemetery with graves of British soldiers who died on the Iberian Peninsula during the Peninsular War. The Friends is a charity established to preserve the Cemetery and houses memo
The Napoleonic Wars website and Forum https://www.thenapoleonicwars.net/ Journal Romance, Revolution and Reform, Issue 1 published on 11 April 2019 If you have any questions about the Journal please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Marcus Beresford's long awaited biography of Marshal Beresford is to be published shortly and may be of interest to members. It is being published by Irish Academic Press. The launch is at the Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2 at 6.30pm on Wednesday 14 November. The we
An article by Dick Tennant about a fundamental aspect of logistics from ancient times and still very relevant in the Napoleonic period - and beyond.... Wellington's Mules Picture credit http://gibraltar-intro.blogspot.co.uk/2014/12/1705-two-centuries-of-smuggling-la-cosa.html
The BCMH and the Friends of the Lines of Torres Vedras (FLTV) are hosting a one day Conference on the Lines at the Cavalry & Guards Club, 127 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London. Announcement at FLTV website Furrther details and booking to be announced shortly.
This post relates to an ongoing project to recapture the military music of the Napoleonic Wars by Dick Tennant and others. Bate Military Music Ensemble Napoleonic Military Music Music of Wellington's Regiments CD Review Music of the Allies by Philip Haythornthwaite Bate Ensemble l
British Journal for Military History Vol. 1, No. 3 (2015) Articles Huw J. Davies, '‘Moving forward in the old style’: Revisiting Wellington’s Greatest Battles from Assaye to Waterloo' Waterloo, as Wellington's final battle, and his only encounter with Napoleon, has been feted by histo