By Chris Henry
This identify is the 1st of 2 volumes interpreting the artillery gear of the British forces through the innovative and Napoleonic Wars, besides Wellington's campaigns in India. all through this era the British military used either Foot and Horse artillery, largely utilizing both the 9-pounder gun or the 5.5 inch box howitzer within the box. additionally coated are the smaller box weapons within the three- and 6-pounder different types and the biggest, the 12-pounder box gun. This name covers the layout and improvement of the weapons, the company of the troops and their operational histories.
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