Triumph & Disasters - Eyewitness Accounts of the Netherlands Campaign 1813-1814, Andrew Bamford.
Six eyewitness accounts of the British campaign in the Netherlands
in 1813-1814, best known for the disastrous attack on Bergen-op-Zoom.
The fairly vacuous diary of a young Guards officer will probably stick
longest in the mind, but all six sources are of value for gaining an
understanding of this campaign, and of the British military experience
during the Napoleonic Wars, covering a wide range of topics from the
pleasures of the hunt to the humiliation of being a prisoner
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