18th Century

Military History Matters 1 day ago
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George Washington earned a place in the pantheon of leaders who led both militarily and…

Military History Matters 3 months ago
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Overshadowed by Culloden the following year – the battle that finally terminated the century-old Jacobite…

Military History Matters 5 months ago
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With his description of the events at Portsmouth, Atkinson once again justifies a New York…

Seema Syeda 1 year ago
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Patrick Boniface on the deaths in combat of regal warriors. On 17 June 1682, the…

Seema Syeda 2 years ago
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War and violence are the last things one would associate with that 19th-century doyenne of…

Hazel Blair 3 years ago
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  Culloden has been frequently presented as a battle fought by an incompetent, ill-equipped, and badly led Jacobite…

Hazel Blair 4 years ago
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Look at that bling - who was he? Hailed by historians as ‘a second Alexander’ and…

Hazel Blair 4 years ago
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Robbie MacNiven explores the fate of the Scots who survived Culloden. On a bitterly cold…

Military History Matters 8 years ago
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James Wolfes' victory at Quebec gave the British dominion over North American. It was the…

Military History Matters 8 years ago
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The War of the Austrian Succession found the British Army run down and neglected, its…