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French Revolutionary Infantry 1789–1802 (Men-at-Arms #403)

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The years immediately following the French Revolution of 1789 saw an extraordinary transformation of the French army. From a distrusted instrument of the feudal power of the king and nobility, it became the symbol of liberty and citizenship. The transition was complex and painful, as the remnants of the old professional army were joined by a flood of civilian volunteers an ...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published February 25th 2004 by Osprey Publishing
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Alaric Longward
Jul 21, 2014 Alaric Longward rated it really liked it
Much information you might miss out in internet sources. A chaotic period is very hard to bring together, but this one did a pretty decent job.
Sean Chick
Apr 14, 2013 Sean Chick rated it liked it
Solid run down of the organization and uniforms of France's revolutionary armies. As with most books of its kind I wish there was more to this one.
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