David G. Chandler offers a study in fact and fiction about a famous Napoleonic campaign.
David G. Chandler describes how the trouble Napoleon took over the interpretation of events at Marengo shows how deeply they had disturbed him.
David Chandler considers what qualities a top soldier needs to be a winner.
David Chandler describes his first encounters with matters military that led him to abandon his plans to join the clergy to become a military historian.
David Chandler tells how Napoleon’s first battle with the British saved the vital port of Toulon – and opened the door to a glittering military career.
D.G. Chandler concludes our year-long survey of the nature of military history.
D.G. Chandler continues our series, looking at the relevance of military history in contemporary training for the armed forces.
David G. Chandler completes his series with a look at drill books and tactics.