THE HUNT FOR MOORE'S GOLD
In sub-zero temperatures in 1809 the troops of Sir John Moore were driven on through the snow-clad Galician mountains at a punishing pace by Napoleon's troops, in an effort to cut the British off from their escape by sea. In the process, the army's military chest was dispatched to prevent the enemy from getting it. What happened to the chest is the subject of this fascinating history. 16 pages of color photos.
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