29th (Worcestershire) Foot

Major H Everard

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Num Pages: 622 pages, black & white illustrations. BIC Classification: HBW. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 245 x 191 x 35. Weight in Grams: 1112. . 2014. Paperback. . . . . Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: The history of the Regiment that became the 29th (Worcestershire) Foot, is also the history of the birth of the British Army and the rise of the Empire. First raised in 1694 during the expansion of the Army's establishment to fight William III's wars with Louis XIV's expansionist France, the regiment took part in most of Britain's subsequent conflicts - usually with France - throughout the late Stuart, Georgian and Victorian ages. This volume, compiled in 1891 as the Victorian era and Empire reached its acme, covers all these conflicts, including the regiment's part in the War of Spanish Succession; the Seven Years' War; the American War of Independence; and the Peninsular War - as well as its role in colonial conflicts in India, Africa and North America. It is a truly astonishing compilation, containing such information as detailed biographies of officers, the music of regimental marching songs, portraits of prominent officers and regimental standards; along with letters and personal accounts of actions, which all go a long way towards explaining why Lord Cathcart, writing in 1797, described the 29th as 'the boast of the British Army'. Reproduced now in a handsome illustrated volume, this is as complete and fascinating a regimental record as can be found.

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Book Description 2011 N & M Press reprint (original pub 1891). SB. XVIII + 598 pp portraits, IllustrationsPublished Price £22 The history of the Regiment that became the 29th (Worcestershire) Foot, is also the history of the birth of the British Army and the rise of the Empire. First raised in 1694 during the expansion of the ArmyÕs establishment to fight William IIIÕs wars with Louis XIVÕs expansionist France, the regiment took part in most of BritainÕs subsequent conflicts - usually with France - throughout the late Stuart, Georgian and Victorian ages. This volume, compiled in 1891 as the Victorian era and Empire reached its acme, covers all these conflicts, including the regimentÕs part in the War of Spanish Succession; the Seven YearsÕ War; the American War of Independence; and the Peninsular War - as well as its role in colonial conflicts in India, Africa and North America. It is a truly astonishing compilation, containing such information as detailed biographies of officers, the music of regimental marching songs, portraits of prominent officers and regimental standards; along with letters and personal accounts of actions, which all go a long way towards explaining why Lord Cathcart, writing in 1797, described the 29th as Ôthe boast of the British ArmyÕ. Reproduced now in a handsome illustrated volume, this is as complete and fascinating a regimental record as can be found. Bookseller Inventory # 21208

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