Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram Pinterest LinkedIn

James Falkner's Guide to Marlborough's Battlefields (Paperback)

Regimental History Colour Books

By James Falkner
Imprint: Pen & Sword Military
Pages: 224
ISBN: 9781844156320
Last Released: 2nd January 2008



You'll be £16.99 closer to your next £10.00 credit when you purchase James Falkner's Guide to Marlborough's Battlefields. What's this?

+£4 UK Delivery or free UK delivery if order is over £30
(click here for international delivery rates)

Need a currency converter? Check XE.com for live rates

Other formats available Price
James Falkner's Guide to Marlborough's… Kindle (49.4 MB) Add to Basket £4.99
James Falkner's Guide to Marlborough's… ePub (22.9 MB) Add to Basket £4.99

Three hundred years ago Queen Anne's Captain-General, John Churchill 1st Duke of Marlborough, led the Allied armies in an epic struggle against the powerful French forces of Louis XIV, in campaigns that stretched across wide areas of the Low Countries, France and Germany. Marlborough's victories at the Schellenberg, Blenheim, Ramillies, Oudenarde and Malplaquet are among the most remarkable feats in all of British military history. Marlborough broke France's military power for a hundred years. As James Falkner demonstrates in this, the first full-scale guide to the subject, the story of these famous campaigns makes compelling and exciting reading, and the sites associated with them are evocative places that can easily be visited today. His battlefield guide is essential reading for anyone who is keen to understand the military history of the era, and it is an invaluable companion for visitors to the many battlefields associated with Marlborough's triumphs.

Descriptions of the battles are clear, the narrative succinct and readable and a picture of the brutal progress of the battle of the day is well drawn as soldiers marched stolidly in line against flanking cannon and prepared defences.

Casemate – Fortress Study Group
Perfect Partner

Ramillies - 1706 The Year of Miracles (Paperback)

On Sunday 23 May 1706, near the village of Ramillies in modern Belgium, the Anglo-Dutch army commanded by John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough, inflicted a devastating defeat on the French army of the Duke de Villeroi. Marlborough's triumph on that day ranks alongside Blenheim as one of the great feats of his extraordinary military career. The French army was shattered physically and morally and, as a result, Marlborough's army overran almost all of the Spanish Netherlands in the next six weeks, and gained an unshakeable advantage over the armed might of Louis XIV's France during the long War…

By James Falkner

Click here to buy both titles for £29.98
More titles by James Falkner

Customers who bought this title also bought...

Other titles in Pen & Sword Military...