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Volume Ninety Five (2017)

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Articles and Communications

A Previously Unrecorded Portrait of Sir John Malcolm, By Thomas Hickey, 1802 by David F. Harding (p.1)

Scipio or Crassus? The Contested Heroic Image of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough (1650-1722) by Tobias Roeder (p.1)

The Old Halberdier: From the Pyrenees to Plattsburgh With A Welshman of the 39th - Part I by Eamonn O'Keeffe (p.17)

The Battle of the Books: An Indian Mutiny Historiography - Part 2 by Harold E. Raugh Jr. (p.34)

Artillery in the First World War: Some First-Hand Accounts by Officers Captured by the Germans by A.D. Harvey (p.52)

The Massacred and the more than Illustrious - The 32nd (Cornwall) Regiment of Foot at Cawnpore and Lucknow Part 1 - Cawnpore by Clive Cohen (p.97)

Lieutenant John Clarke: An Eighteenth-Century Translator of Vegetius by Michael King Macdona (p.119)

The Old Halberdier: From the Pyrenees to Plattsburgh With A Welshman of The 39th - Part II by Eamonn O'Keeffe (p.141)

Letters Home - Illustrating the Life of an Army Officer before, during and after the First World War by Brian Dyde (p.161)

John Caulfeild, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Rattan by Andrew Cormack (p.197)

The Old Halberdier: From the Pyrenees to Plattsburgh with a Welshman of the 39th - Part III by Eamonn O'Keeffe (p.207)

The St. Ann’s Hussars of Trinidad and the Artist John Eckstein, 1821-31 by Randolph Jones (p.227)

The Massacred and the more than Illustrious the 32nd (Cornwall) Regiment of Foot at Cawnpore and Lucknow Part 2 Lucknow: False Move and False Hope by Clive Cohen (p.235)

An Irish Officer of the Rifle Brigade, 1818 by Stephen Wood (p.293)

Prize Money for the Battle of Cape Passaro by Andrew Cormack (p.301)

The Massacred and the More than Illustrious The 32nd (Cornwall) Regiment of Foot at Cawnpore and Lucknow Part 3 - Hope Unfulfilled by Clive Cohen (p.307)

'Boys of Colour' to be Educated as Army Surgeons. Military Doctors for Sierra Leone in the 1850s by Pete Starling (p.325)

The Effectiveness of German Field Artillery at Mons and during the Retreat in August 1914 by David Hutchison (p.331)

THe British Upper Silesia Force ('UPSI' Force): May 1921 - July 1922 by Alun Thomas (p.338)

Notes and Queries

1967 Terms of enlistment during the American War of Independence (p.73)

1968 Retirement arrangements for Royal Artillery officers, 1820s (p.73)

1969 The Free French and the British Army (p.75)

1970 An Account of the Battle of Banda (p.184)

1971 The A.V.B. Norman Research Trust (p.186)

1972 Artillery in the First World War: Some First-Hand Accounts by Officers captured by the Germans (p.186)

1973 Music of the Allies from the Peninsula to Waterloo (p.187)

1974 An Account of Culloden (p.188)

1975 A Surfeit of Corporals? 2nd Battalion 95th Foot, 1815 (p.271)

1976 Songs of the Waterloo Era by Simpson’s Folly (p.272)

1977 Haemorrhage of Wounds (p.273)

1978 British Air Training Deaths during World War One (p.369)

Book Reviews

From Gaza to Jerusalem: The Campaign for Southern Palestine, 1917 by S. Hadaway - reviewed by J. Fantauzzo (p.76)

Corruption, Party and Government in Britain, 1702 - 1713 by A. Graham - reviewed by A. Guy (p.77)

The Crimean War in Imperial Context, 1854 - 1856 by A.C. Rath - reviewed by P. Huddie (p.80)

Soldiers as Workers: Class, Employment, Conflict and the Nineteenth-Century Military by N. Mansfield - reviewed by J.H. Rumsby (p.81)

Wellington's Wars: The Making of a Military Genius by H.W. Davies - reviewed by J. Sly (p.82)

Discipline, System and Style: The Sixteenth Lancers and British Soldiering in India, 1822 - 1846 by J. H. Rumsby - reviewed by G. Winton (p.84)

Genesis, Employment, Aftermath: First World War Tanks and The New Warfare, 1900-1945, edited by Alaric Searle - reviewed by Chris Kempshall (p.174)

Great Battles: Gallipoli, by Jenny Macleod - reviewed by James E. Kitchen (p.176)

The Fatal Land: War, Empire and the Highland Soldier in British America, by Matthew P. Dziennik - reviewed by Ian McPherson McCulloch (p.178)

Courage without Glory: The British Army on the Western Front, 1915, edited by Spenser Jones - reviewed by Adam Prime (p.180)

Victoria's Scottish Lion: The Life of Colin Campbell, Lord Clyde by Adrian Greenwood - reviewed by Harold E. Raugh (p.181)

European Armies of the French Revolution, 1789-1802, edited by Frederick C. Schneid - reviewed by Andrew Uffindell (p.182)

The British Way of War in Northwest Europe, 1944-5: A Study of Two Infantry Divisions, by L.P. Devine - reviewed by Ian F.W. Beckett (p.274)

They Didn’t Want to Die as Virgins: Sex and Morale and the British Army on the Western Front 1914-18, by Bruce Cherry - reviewed by Tara Finn (p.275)

Early Modern Systems of Command: Queen Anne's Generals, Staff Officers and the Direction of Allied Warfare in the Low Countries and Germany, 1702-1711, by Stewart Stansfield - reviewed by A. Guy (p.276)

The Life of Field Marshal Lord Roberts, by Rodney Atwood - reviewed by Spencer Jones (p.278)

The Raugh Bibliography of The Indian Mutiny, 1857-1859, by Harold E. Raugh, Jr - reviewed by Nick Lloyd (p.279)

Titan: The Art of British Power in the Age of Revolution and Napoleon, by William R. Nester - reviewed by Andrew Uffindell (p.279)

British Battle Planning in 1916 and the Battle of Fromelles: A Case Study of an Evolving Skill by Roger Lee - reviewed by Aimée Fox (p.371)

Waterloo Messenger: The Life of Henry Percy, Peninsular Soldier and French Prisoner of War by W. Mahon - reviewed by Evelyn Webb-Carter (p.371)

British Fiscal-Military States, 1660-1783 by Aaron Graham & Patrick Walsh (eds) - reviewed by Alan J.Guy (p.373)

'These Meritorious Objects of the Royal Bounty': The Chelsea Out-Pensioners in the Early Eighteenth Century by Andrew Cormack - reviewed by John Childs (p.375)

British Expeditionary Warfare and the Defeat of Napoleon, 1793-1815 by Robert Sutcliffe - reviewed by Richard Harding (p.376)

'Everything Worked like Clockwork…': The Mechanization of British Regular and Household Cavalry, 1918-1942 by Roger Salmon - reviewed by Graham Winton (p.378)

Songs of the Waterloo Era by Simpson's Folly - reviewed by Carol Divall (p.381)

Miscellaneous

Contents of Volume Ninety-Four for 2016 (p.70)

Major Accessions to Repositories in 2015 relating to Military History (p.251)

Doctoral Dissertations and Research Theses on British Military History by Ian F.W. Beckett (p.365)

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