By General Cavalie Mercer
London   Peter Davies, Limited
9" by 6" xx, 388pp.
A smart edition of this detailed firsthand account of the Waterloo Campaign of 1815.
By General Cavalie Mercer

1927 Journal of the Waterloo Campaign Kept Throughout the Campaign of 1815

London   Peter Davies, Limited
9" by 6" xx, 388pp.
A smart edition of this detailed firsthand account of the Waterloo Campaign of 1815.
£45.00
: 0.75kgs / : 871T7

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Original Binding, Publishers' Original Binding

A firsthand account of the experiences of soldiers during the Waterloo Campaign of 1815, fought between the French Army and two Seventh Coalition armies. Written by General Alexander Cavalie Mercer, a British artillery officer who rose to the rank of General. He is remembered as commander of the G Troop Royal Horse Artillery at the front lines of the fighting during the Battle of Waterloo. With an introduction by Sir John Fortescue, a British military historian.

Condition

In the original full blue cloth binding. Externally, smart with light shelf wear and minor bumping to the extremities. Fading to the spine. A small mark to the rear board. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are very bright and clean with light age toning to the endpapers.

Very Good

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