Kenneth d brown british military spectacle from the napoleonic wars through the crimea by scott hughes myerly cambridge harvard university press 1996 x. The issue myerly discusses is the development of the british army in the first half of the nineteenth century basically the napoleonic wars until crimea and it is a fascinating period he discusses the changing attitudes to discipline uniform recruiting and life in general in the army but also the effects the army had on civilian life and . British military spectacle from the napoleonic wars through the crimea user review not available book verdict the british army is well known for its pomp and pageantry color and precision drill nowhere in its history is this more evident than the period from 1800 to 1857 when the army was at its pinnacle read full review. British military spectacle from the napoleonic wars through the crimea scott myerly download z library download books for free find books. In the theater of war how important is costume and in peacetime what purpose does military spectacle serve this book takes us behind the scenes of the british military at the height of its brilliance to show us how dress and discipline helped to mold the military man and attempted to seduce the hearts and minds of a nation while serving to intimidate civil rioters in peacetime
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