3 edition of Treatise on the administration and organization of the British army found in the catalog.
Treatise on the administration and organization of the British army
Edward Barrington De Fonblanque
Binder"s title: Administration of the army.
|Statement||By Edward Barrington de Fonblanque...|
|LC Classifications||UB57 .D4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 452 p.|
|Number of Pages||452|
|LC Control Number||45025388|
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By Edward Barrington De Fonblanque. Abstract. Binder's title: Administration of the of access: Internet Topics: Great Britain. Army., Author: Edward Barrington De Fonblanque. The book is intelligently divided into five thematic subtexts: a general survey of the situtaion that the British Army found itself in ; administrative machinery; a fascinating chapter on recruiting the army, an equally eye opening chapter on provisioning it and finally, the problem of by: Originally published in and long out of print, former World War II staff officer and historian Stephen George Peregrine Ward’s Wellington’s Headquarters is widely regarded as the standard work on the command, staff, and administrative structures of the British Army in the early nineteenth century.
It is an invaluable guide to the remarkable complexities of British military organization in the period. The Historical Journal, 44, 2 (), pp. – Printed in the United Kingdom # Cambridge University Press DOCTRINE AND ORGANIZATION IN THE BRITISH ARMY,–* DAVID FRENCH University College, London abstract.
the administration of the army. In the 17th century the army as we know it today did not exist. Basically, the army consisted of regiments of foot and horse owned by the colonel-proprietor.
This colonel was obviously paid by the government, but the regiment was his property so to speak (as were the soldiers in his regiments in some sense).Author: Wienand Drenth. The British Army is the principal land warfare force of the United Kingdom, a part of British Armed Forces.
As ofthe British Army comprises just o trained regular (full-time) personnel and just o trained reserve (part-time) : Land warfare. Treatise on the Administration and Organization of the British Army.
London, Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts, ; Money or Merit. The Army Purchase Question Considered with Especial Reference to the Recent Commission of Inquiry. London: C.J. Skeet, (with Charles E. Trevelyan) References. Armed forces lists Information about officers serving in the British armed forces can be found on for the British Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force websites.
Published 1 August Army. An army is a formation consisting of two or more corps. They are commanded by a general or a field marshal. An army in the Second World War numbered aboutmen. Eleven British armies were formed during the First World War. More than one army operating together is known as an army.
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It is ideal for those wishing to do research on the British army organization during the Napoleonic period and adds a nice touch to those wishing to enhance their War of impression. Bound in marbled wraps, $ Small book format.
THE ORGANIZATION OF THE BRITISH ARMY IN THEAMERICAN REVOLUTION. CHAPTER I 1. THE BRITISH ARMY AT THE OUTBREAK OF THE REVOLUTION: A GENERAL SURVEY. Ever Since the American Revolution became a subject of investigation, no little attention has been paid to the Continental army.
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Where this is necessary, such activity has been conducted in line with Government guidance as far as possible.An extremely interesting view into the British army before the first world war.
So many interesting and sometimes outrageous facts are found within this book. If you had any interest in the british army and would like a view at the actually army behind the polished look that is given and down into the dirt.
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