Osprey Military Journal Issue 3/4

Osprey Military Journal Issue 3/4

The International Review of Military History

  • Publication Date: 25 Jul 2001
  • ISBN: 9781841763385
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 64
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Sergio Coelho looks at the history of the Cacadores, Portugal's famous Light Infantry, and the part they played under Wellington during the Peninsular Campaigns in the Napoleonic Wars. The writings of Clausewitz have had an influence that extends to this day, Kevin Harrison looks at the reception of the great military philosopher's ideas throughout the years since his death. In the 1st century AD Varus led three Legions into the forests of Germany and after four days of vicious fighting only a handful of men were left to escape - over 20,000 had been killed. Major Tony Clunn pieces together the extraordinary events of this devastating disaster for Rome. Christopher Gravett looks at the life of a Knight in 15th-century England and Steve Zaloga considers the success of Operation Cobra, the breakout of the US Army around St Lo.

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