NAPOLEON'S MERCENARIES: Foreign Units in the French Army Under the Consulate and Empire, 1799 to 1814
Details the foreign units that formed such an important part of Napoleon's forces. It examines each non-French unit in turn, giving an overview of its origins, organizational and combat history, uniforms and standards, and details of its eventual fate. 16 pages of illus.
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