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Marching With Sharpe
Using the same re-enactment groups that provided much of the man (and woman-) power for the TV series, "Marching With Sharpe" reveals what it was like to fight in Wellington's Army during the Napoleonic Wars. How to fire a musket rifle, sword fighting, forming square, how to cook chickens in a cavalry breastplate... not just the military detail but all the nitty gritty of ...more
Published May 6th 2003 by Collins
(first published March 4th 2002)
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Jun 10, 2016 Rachel White rated it liked it · review of another edition
This one wasn't my favourite book however it was really informative! It's amazing how many facts I thought I knew but I've learnt even more! I was enjoying reading the different sections too much that I didn't realise I'd been reading for 4 hours and I'd finished the book! It was pretty good but I probably wouldn't re read it!