Osprey Military Journal Issue 4/2

Osprey Military Journal Issue 4/2

The International Review of Military History

  • Publication Date: 25 Mar 2002
  • ISBN: 9781841764702
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 64
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Articles in this issue include the second part of Stephen Hart's study of German defensive doctrine on the Eastern Front in 1943 and Stephen Turnbull looks at the history and heraldry of the Red Devils of Hikone, a Japanese clan of the late 15th century. In ‘Valour, wisdom, and experience': early Texas Rangers and the nature of frontier leadership, Stephen Hardin tells the story of those men who patrolled the frontier throughout the early days of Texan independence and Elizabeth von Aderkas sees how Royal Navy gunboat patrols enforced the law of the Empire on the Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest. Finally, Ian Castle reassesses the evidence for the battle of Dürnstein, the most significant encounter between the French and the Russians during the Allied retreat to Austerlitz following FML Mack's capitulation at Ulm in 1805.

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