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FELTOE Richard, Flames of War: The Fight for Upper Canada, July-December 1813


<i>© Dundurn Group </i>

© Dundurn Group

Description: From the publishers:
 
In April 1813 the Americans launched a new campaign to conquer Upper Canada, after their failure to do so in 1812. However, following initial victories, the U.S. assault stalled as a combined force of British regulars, Canadian militia, and Native allies counterattacked, throwing the Americans entirely onto the defensive by the end of June. During the next six months, this seesaw of military advantage was repeated again and again as each side escalated its commitment of men and resources and fought to gain the "final" victory. Unfortunately, this also brought with it an increasing level of destruction and hardship suffered by armies and civilian populations on both sides of the border.
 
This book is part of the 'Upper Canada Preserved - War of 1812' series.

Place and publisher: Dundurn Group

Date of publication: 2013

Number of pages: 176



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"...The French Piedmontese campaign in 1859 was carefully coordinated by the two powers. It required meticulous political and military planning to succesfully wage war and oust the Habsburgs from the Italian peninsula. This war is often overlooked in military histories outside of Italy, and overshadowed by the American Civil War and the Wars of German Unification. Nevertheless, the Second War of Italian Independence witnessed the first strategic and operational use of railroads, steamships, rifled muskets and artillery. Furthermore, the battles fought in 1859 involved the largest armies since the Napoleonic Wars..." In Italian and English.
 
To buy the book: click here http://www.libreriamilitare.com/prodotto.php?id_prod=56719 (external link)


Place and publisher: Rome: Ufficio Storico

Date of publication: 2014

Number of pages: 380


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