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Analyzing the Maryland Campaign of 1862 $0.99

Analyzing the Maryland Campaign of 1862

Analyzing the Maryland Campaign of 1862

This short work is only available as an e-book.  Patrick Tierney gives an analysis of the Maryland Campaign of 1862 where General Robert E. Lee invaded the north and General George McClellan did all he could to keep from losing the war.

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A short analysis of Lee’s Maryland Campaign complete with the order of battle of both armies

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Orphan Eagles: Polish Armies of the Napoleonic Wars $30.00

Orphan Eagles: Polish Armies of the Napoleonic Wars

Orphan Eagles: Polish Armies of the Napoleonic Wars

Orphan Eagles begins on the plains of Italy to the fields at Waterloo the Polish troops in Napoleon’s armies fought for the Emperor and the hope of restoring their ancient homeland.  This book contains over 175 illustrations, most in color describing the men, arms, uniforms and battles of the Polish troops during the years 1796 – 1815. The most complete book on the Polish Armies of the Napoleonic Wars available in English.  It includes a list of every battle the troops took part in and several useful maps.

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Orphan Eagles: Polish Armies of the Napoleonic Wars

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Orphan Eagles begins on the plains of Italy to the fields at Waterloo the Polish troops in Napoleon’s armies fought for the Emperor and the hope of restoring their ancient homeland.  This book contains over 175 illustrations, most in color describing the men, arms, uniforms and battles of the Polish troops during the years 1796 – 1815. The most complete book on the Polish Armies of the Napoleonic Wars available in English.  It includes a list of every battle the troops took part in and several useful maps.

The Defense of the Small Bags of Rorke’s Drift – Giuseppe Rava $25.00

The Defense of the Small Bags of Rorke’s Drift – Giuseppe Rava

The Defense of the Small Bags of Rorke’s Drift – Giuseppe Rava

The defense of the small bags of Rorke’s Drift is a color print on quality paper, signed by the artist on 17.5 x 13

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The Defense of the Small Bags of Rorke’s Drift – Giuseppe Rava

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The defense of the small bags of Rorke’s Drift is a color print on quality paper, signed by the artist on 17.5 x 13

MAKING GEORGIA HOWL! The 5th Ohio Cavalry in Kilpatrick’s Campaign and the Diary of Sgt. William H. Harding (Hardcover) $35.00

MAKING GEORGIA HOWL! The 5th Ohio Cavalry in Kilpatrick’s Campaign and the Diary of Sgt. William H. Harding (Hardcover)

MAKING GEORGIA HOWL! The 5th Ohio Cavalry in Kilpatrick’s Campaign and the Diary of Sgt. William H. Harding (Hardcover)

By Dave Dougherty

American Civil War

Making Georgia Howl! The 5th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry Regiment fought over three years, from March 1862 to General Johnson’s surrender in April 1865.  It played a major role in Kilpatrick’s Cavalry Corps on Sherman’s March to the Sea; told as an overview of operations and through the diary of Sergeant William H. Harding.

Confederate histories have often reported the regiment decimated and defeated in every battle, but this study presents the truth of the matter for the first time.  Fighting in Judson Kilpatrick’s 3rd Cavalry Division during Sherman’s campaign through Georgia and the Carolina’s doing everything that could be expected of them and acquitted themselves honorably against the Confederate commanders – Joseph Wheeler and Wade Hampton.

This volume is the definitive study of the 5th Ohio and Kilpatrick’s campaign in Sherman’s army from Atlanta to the end of the war.  Bonuses include the diary and letters of Commissary Sergeant William H. Harding present in Company K of the 5th OVC from August 1862 to July 1865.Forty maps of hard to find battles and over thirty-five photos and illustrations.

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MAKING GEORGIA HOWL! The 5th Ohio Cavalry in Kilpatrick’s Campaign and the Diary of Sgt. William H. Harding (Hardcover)

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By Dave Dougherty

American Civil War

Making Georgia Howl! The 5th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry Regiment fought over three years, from March 1862 to General Johnson’s surrender in April 1865.  It played a major role in Kilpatrick’s Cavalry Corps on Sherman’s March to the Sea; told as an overview of operations and through the diary of Sergeant William H. Harding.

Confederate histories have often reported the regiment decimated and defeated in every battle, but this study presents the truth of the matter for the first time.  Fighting in Judson Kilpatrick’s 3rd Cavalry Division during Sherman’s campaign through Georgia and the Carolina’s doing everything that could be expected of them and acquitted themselves honorably against the Confederate commanders – Joseph Wheeler and Wade Hampton.

This volume is the definitive study of the 5th Ohio and Kilpatrick’s campaign in Sherman’s army from Atlanta to the end of the war.  Bonuses include the diary and letters of Commissary Sergeant William H. Harding present in Company K of the 5th OVC from August 1862 to July 1865.Forty maps of hard to find battles and over thirty-five photos and illustrations.

Polish Legion – Line infantry of the Cisalpine Republic (POL1 – 28mm Trent Miniatures) $6.00

Polish Legion – Line infantry of the Cisalpine Republic (POL1 – 28mm Trent Miniatures)

Polish Legion – Line infantry of the Cisalpine Republic (POL1 – 28mm Trent Miniatures)

The Polish Legions fought in Italy for the French Republic.  This pack of four 28mm tall miniatures has inter-changeable heads.  Comes unpainted

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Polish Legion – Line infantry of the Cisalpine Republic (POL1 – 28mm Trent Miniatures)

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The Polish Legions fought in Italy for the French Republic.  This pack of four 28mm tall miniatures has inter-changeable heads.  Comes unpainted

Polish Legion – Elite Infantry of the Cisalpine Republic (Pol2 – 28mm Trent Miniatures) $6.00

Polish Legion – Elite Infantry of the Cisalpine Republic (Pol2 – 28mm Trent Miniatures)

Polish Legion – Elite Infantry of the Cisalpine Republic (Pol2 – 28mm Trent Miniatures)

The Polish Legions fought for the French Republic in Italy.  This pack contains four unpainted miniatures with inter-changeable heads in 28mm

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Polish Legion – Elite Infantry of the Cisalpine Republic (Pol2 – 28mm Trent Miniatures)

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The Polish Legions fought for the French Republic in Italy.  This pack contains four unpainted miniatures with inter-changeable heads in 28mm

Operations of the Polish Army During the 1809 Campaign by Roman Soltyk (Paperback) $20.00

Operations of the Polish Army During the 1809 Campaign by Roman Soltyk (Paperback)

Operations of the Polish Army During the 1809 Campaign by Roman Soltyk (Paperback)

 

Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign

Originally published in 1841, Operations of the Polish Army during the 1809 Campaign, by General Roman Soltyk, is not a simple recitation of the events of the war; it is a reasoned critique of the operations of the Polish Army, disputing its territory and its liberties from the Austrian Army foot by foot.  It was written by a man who was personally familiar with the people and events discuss in this work.  Using original material along with his memoirs, General Soltyk lays out a fascinating and detailed account of the little researched, but equally important theater of war.

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Roman Soltyk was the son of a Polish general who fought in the Russian Campaign of 1812 in the army of the Duchy of Warsaw, survived the wars and was an officer in the army of the Kingdom of Poland.  Soltyk joined underground patriotic organizations in the 1820’s and commanded troops in the November Insurrection of 1830-31.  He eventually emigrated to France where he wrote histories of the Napoleonic Wars and the November Uprising.

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Operations of the Polish Army During the 1809 Campaign by Roman Soltyk (Paperback)

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Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign

Originally published in 1841, Operations of the Polish Army during the 1809 Campaign, by General Roman Soltyk, is not a simple recitation of the events of the war; it is a reasoned critique of the operations of the Polish Army, disputing its territory and its liberties from the Austrian Army foot by foot.  It was written by a man who was personally familiar with the people and events discuss in this work.  Using original material along with his memoirs, General Soltyk lays out a fascinating and detailed account of the little researched, but equally important theater of war.

The Author

Roman Soltyk was the son of a Polish general who fought in the Russian Campaign of 1812 in the army of the Duchy of Warsaw, survived the wars and was an officer in the army of the Kingdom of Poland.  Soltyk joined underground patriotic organizations in the 1820’s and commanded troops in the November Insurrection of 1830-31.  He eventually emigrated to France where he wrote histories of the Napoleonic Wars and the November Uprising.

Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign (e-book) by Gen. Roman Soltyk $9.99

Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign (e-book) by Gen. Roman Soltyk

Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign (e-book) by Gen. Roman Soltyk

Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign

Originally published in 1841, Operations of the Polish Army during the 1809 Campaign, by General Roman Soltyk, is not a simple recitation of the events of the war; it is a reasoned critique of the operations of the Polish Army, disputing its territory and its liberties from the Austrian Army foot by foot.  It was written by a man who was personally familiar with the people and events discuss in this work.  Using original material along with his memoirs, General Soltyk lays out a fascinating and detailed account of the little researched, but equally important theater of war.

The Author

Roman Soltyk was the son of a Polish general who fought in the Russian Campaign of 1812 in the army of the Duchy of Warsaw, survived the wars and was an officer in the army of the Kingdom of Poland.  Soltyk joined underground patriotic organizations in the 1820’s and commanded troops in the November Insurrection of 1830-31.  He eventually emigrated to France where he wrote histories of the Napoleonic Wars and the November Uprising.

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Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign (e-book) by Gen. Roman Soltyk

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Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign

Originally published in 1841, Operations of the Polish Army during the 1809 Campaign, by General Roman Soltyk, is not a simple recitation of the events of the war; it is a reasoned critique of the operations of the Polish Army, disputing its territory and its liberties from the Austrian Army foot by foot.  It was written by a man who was personally familiar with the people and events discuss in this work.  Using original material along with his memoirs, General Soltyk lays out a fascinating and detailed account of the little researched, but equally important theater of war.

The Author

Roman Soltyk was the son of a Polish general who fought in the Russian Campaign of 1812 in the army of the Duchy of Warsaw, survived the wars and was an officer in the army of the Kingdom of Poland.  Soltyk joined underground patriotic organizations in the 1820’s and commanded troops in the November Insurrection of 1830-31.  He eventually emigrated to France where he wrote histories of the Napoleonic Wars and the November Uprising.