Stephen Brumwell

General Wolfe's Men in Quebec

Two hundred and fifty years ago a British Army under General James Wolfe won a momentous battle at Quebec. But, as Stephen Brumwell argues, a crucial – and neglected – ingredient in Wolfe’s dramatic victory was the professionalism of the army he had helped to create.

Band of Brothers

Stephen Brumwell examines how the death of a charismatic young British officer 250 years ago this month – and the involvement of his two younger brothers in subsequent military operations in North America – had a lasting impact on Anglo-American history.

Home from the Wars

Stephen Brumwell discusses attitudes towards Veterans in mid-Georgian Britain, and the provisions made for them.