LIKE A BRAZEN WALL :The Battle of Minden, 1759, and its Place in the Seven Years...
"Carmichael, E. 278p mint pbk Images : 30 b/w images, 12pp colour plates, 6 maps. The Battle of Minden is justifiably celebrated by the British infantry and artillery regiments involved, but it was a close-run affair. Like a Brazen Wall echoes that celebration, but also sets a fresh balance: appropriately applauding, where due, the dash and elan of the French and Saxon opponents who are worthy of respect; examining the enduring challenges of multinationality by considering the relationships between Britain and her German allies; critically reviewing the role of the leader by reconsidering the strengths and weaknesses of Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick; reviewing the role of the British horse and its controversial commander, Sackville."
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