The Portuguese Army of the Napoleonic Wars Saldo dos Comentários ao Livro/Vendedor: Neutro

Otto von Pivka.  Illustrated by Michael Roffe
Osprey Publishing
9780850452518
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By Otto von Pivka.  Illustrated by Michael Roffe
        
In 1806, at the beginning of the Peninsular War, the Portuguese army was not at the peak of military efficiency. Nevertheless, under British tutelage it played an important part in the fight against Napoleon.

Under Wellington´s command, the Portuguese army distinguished itself in battles at Bussaco, Fuentes de Onoro and Albuera, and in 1813 helped the Allies win a decisive victory at Vittoria. Beginning with a chronology of Portugal´s part in the Peninsular War, this book examines the uniforms, equipment and organization of the Portuguese army´s various units. Detailed colour plates and numerous illustrations complement the text.    

About the author: Otto von Pivka (the nom de plume of Digby Smith) wrote his first title for Osprey Publishing in 1972 (The Black Brunswickers, in the Men-at-Arms series). He is a prolific author, who has contributed many titles to the Men-at-Arms series on the armies and forces of the Napoleonic Wars. A former major in the British Army, he is now retired, but continues to write books on this key period. Michael Roffe is a talented painter of military subjects who has illustrated many titles for Osprey over the years. His artistic talents span a variety of historical periods; he has illustrated titles relating to the Boer War, the English Civil War, the Napoleonic Wars and the American War for Independence.

Format Paperback | 48 pages
Dimensions 178 x 242 x 6mm | 158.76g
Publication date 15 Jun 1977
Imprint Osprey Publishing, United Kingdom
Language English
Illustrations note 48 ill.(8col.)
ISBN13 9780850452518

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