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FORTESCUE’S ATLAS A Complete Assembly of all Colour Maps & Battle Plans from Sir John Fortescue’s History of the British Army

FORTESCUE’S ATLAS A Complete Assembly of all Colour Maps & Battle Plans from Sir John Fortescue’s History of the British Army  

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This is an extraordinarily impressive map collection that should be part of every serious military historian's library. These outstanding maps are gathered from both the text volumes and the separate oversized map volumes, making this a near complete cartographic history of the British Army 1346–1868.

A full assembly of the 374 valuable colour maps, extracted from Sir John Fortescue’s celebrated History of the British Army, this is a work that to this day remains the greatest masterpiece in the field of military history/cartography, and is still featured on the required reading list of all students of history.
The maps are faithful to the originals in all respects, allowing the reader to follow the British Army’s wars and battles, campaigns and skirmishes during a 500-year period.
Sir John wrote his monumental work on the British Army between 1899 and 1930, starting it after leaving the post of Secretary to the Governor of the Windward Islands and during his work as librarian of Windsor Castle (1905–1926).
THE FULL INVENTORY OF MAPS & PLANS INCLUDED IN THIS ATLAS ARE AS LISTED
1 The Campaign of 1346
2 The Campaign of 1356
3 The Campaign of 1367
4 The Campaign of 1415
5 Dunbar, 1650
6 Dunkirk Dunes, 1658
7 Steenkirk, 1692
8 Landen, 1693
9 Namur, 1695
10 Schellenberg, 1704
11 Blenheim, 1704
12 Gibraltar, 1705
13 Lines of the Geete
14 Barcelona, 1705
15 Ramillies, 1706
16 Oudenarde, 1708
17 Malplaquet, 1709
18 The Campaign of 1711
20 The British Islands and Northern France
22 The Netherlands in the 18th Century
24 Spain and Portugal
26 Germany, 1600-1763
29 Carthagena,
30 1741 Main Country: Campaign of 1743; Dettigen, 1743; Fontenoy, 1745
32 Roucoux, 1746
32 Lauffeld, 1747
34 Monongahela, 1755; Region of Lake George, 1755; Ticonderoga; Amherst’s Flotilla, 1759
36 Trichinopoly; Covrepauk, 1752; Plassey, 1757; Masulipatam, 1759; Wandewash, 1760
39 Minden, 1759
40 Guadeloupe, 1759; Martinique, 1762; Havanna, 1762; Belleisle, 1761
42 Warburg, 1760; Wilhelmsthal, 1762; Vellinghausen, 1761; Part of Hesse-Cassel
44 Canada and North American Colonies, 1680-1760 (with Plans of Louisburg and Quebec)
46 Hindostan, the Deccan, and the Carnatic (with Plans of Calcutta, 1757 and Madras1758)
48 North-West Germany, 1756-1763
50 Bushy Run and Bouquet’s Campaign of 1764
52 Plans for Northern Sphere of Operations in America: Bunker’s Hill, 1775; Boston, 1775; Operation about New York, 1776; Brandywine, 1777; Germantown, 1777; Bemis Heights (two Plans), 1777
54 Maps for the American Campaign of 1777: Course of the Hudson River southward to Albany; Course of the same from Albany to New York; New York to Philadelphia
56 Plans for the Southern Sphere of Operations in America: Savannah. 1779; Charlestown, 1780; Camden, 1780; Cowpens, 1781; Guildford, 1781; Hobkirk’s Hill, 1781; Yorktown, 1781; Eutaw Springs, 1781
58 Northern Sphere of Operations – Quebec to Philadelphia
60 Central and Southern Sphere of Operations – Philadelphia to Savannah
62 Extreme Southern Sphere and West Indies – Savannah to Nicaragua with enlarged plans of Nicaragua and St. Lucia
65 Gibraltar, Minorca
66 Plans of actions fought in India – North Eastern Sphere: Sooty, 1763; Oondwa Nullah, 1763; Patna, 1763; Buxar, 1764; Babul Nullah, 1774. Southern Sphere: Pollilore (Baillie’s Action), 1780; Porto Novo, 1781; Pollilore (Coote’s Action), 1781; Sholinghur, 1781; Cuddalore, 1783
69 Seringapatam, 1791-92
69 Bangalore, 1791
70 India: North-East
72 India: North-West
74 India: Southern
77 Position of Famars
78 Dunkirk
79 Position of the opposing armies April 1794
80 Battle of Turcoing
81 Avesnes-le-Sec, Villers en Cauchies, and Beaumont
82 Willems
83 Toulon
84 Corisica
85 Bastia
86 Calvi
87 Haiti, with inset of St. Domingo
88 Jamaica
89 Martinique
90 Guadeloupe
91 St Lucia
92 CastriesBay and adjoining bays, St Lucia, 1796
93 St Vincent
94 Grenada
95 Dominica
96 General Map of North Holland
98 North Holland 1799: Helder to Petten
100 North Holland 1799: Pette to Alkmaar
102 Cape of Good Hope, with inset of Cape Town and Simonstown
104 The Netherland, North-East France, and the Lower Rhine
106 France, and the Western Mediterranean, with five insets: Malta; Valetta; Minorca; Connaught, 1798; Partitions of Poland.
108 Egypt and the Eastern Mediterranean, with three insets: Peninsula of Alexandria, from Aboukir Bay to Alexandria; The Battle of 21st March 1801; The Valley of the Nile.
110 Southern India, with two insets: Seringapatam; Ceylon.
112 Assaye
115 Argaum
116 Gawilghur
118 Aligarh
121 Delhi
122 Laswaree
125 Deig
126 India, Campaigns of Wellesley and Lake
128 Ceylon
130 Surinam River
133 Dominica
134 Southern Italy and Sicily, Maida, Capri
136 North Germany and Denmark
138 Cape Colony
140 Rio de la Plata; Monte Video; Whitelocke’s March
142 Buenos Ayres
144 Europe from the Peace of Tilsit, July 1807 to the War with Austria, 1809
146 Egypt, Alexandria to Rosetta
148 Vellore
150 N.E. Zealand, Copenhagen
152 Rolica
154 Vimeiro
156 Coruna
158 Moore’s Campaign, Eastern Sphere
160 Moore’s Campaign, Western Sphere
162 Spain and Portugal 1807–1814
165 Martinique, 1809
166 Operations in Guadeloupe, January-February 1810; Operations in the Saints, April 1809; Guadeloupe and adjacent Islands
168 Walcheren Campaign, 1809.
170 Spain and Portugal (1807-1814)
172 Campaign in Portugal, 1809
174 The Passage of the Douro, May 12, 1809.
176 The Campaign of Talavera, June-September 1809.
178 Talavera: the Final Attack, June 28, 2-3pm.
179 Talavera: night of July 27 1809.
180 Ischia and Procida; North-East Sicily and the Straits of Messina; Operations in Santa Maura, March-April 1810; Santa Maura, Ithaca, Cephallonia, and Zante; the Ionian Islands, 1809-10
183 Cadiz, 1810
184 Campaign in Portugal, 1810
187 Action on the Coa, July 24 1810
188 Bussaco: morning of September 27, 1810
190 Line of Torres Vedras, 1810-11
191 Europe, 1810
192 Mauritius and Bourbon, 1810
194 Java, 1811
197 Barrosa, March 5, 1811. Inset-small map for campaign of Barrosa, February-March 1811
198 Sabugal, April 3, 1811
200 Fuentes de Onoro: first and second days, May 3-4 1811
202 Fuentes de Onoro: third day, May 5, 1811
204 Albuera. May 16 1811: first position
205 Albuera, May 16, 1811: the final attack
206 The Campaign on the Agueda, August-September 1811
208 Arroyo Molinos, October 18, 1811
209 Tarifa, December 22, 1811-January 4, 1812
210 Ciudad Rodrigo, January 9-19, 1812. Inset-Plan and Section of the Great Breach
212 Badajoz, March 17-April 6, 1812
213 Badajoz: sections of the Fortifications; enlarged Plan of the East Front
214 The Forts of Salamanca June 17-27, 1812
215 Operations round Salamanca, July 1812.
216 Salamanca, July 22, 1812: the beginning of Marmont’s manoeuvre.
218 Salamanca, July 22, 1812: Wellington’s attack.
220 Burgos, September 19-October 21, 1812.
221 Operations round Salamanca, November 1812.
222 The Lake Frontier of Canada and the United States. Inset-the Frontier on the Niagara River.
224 General Map of Spain and Portugal, 1807-1814.
226 Massena’s Retreat, January-April 1811
228 The Portuguese Frontier, for operations of Wellington and Beresford, April-August 1811. Inset-Cavalry affair at Campo Mayor, March 25. Map: Position on the Caia, June-July 1811.
230 Spain: Operations, January-November 1812 (Northern Sphere).
232 Spain: Operations, January-November 1812 (Southern Sphere). Inset-Plan and Sections for the attack on the French posts covering the bridge at Almaraz, May 1812.
235 Castalla.
236 Spain 1813. Eastern Sphere.
238 Tarragona.
240 Spain 1813. Northern Sphere I
242 Spain 1813. Northern Sphere II.
244 Vitoria, June 21, 1813. The opening of the British attack
246 San Sebastian, 1813
248 The Quadrilateral of Pamplona, 1813
250 Action of Sorauren, 28 July, 1813
252 Operations on the Bidassoa and Nivelle.
254 Operations on the Nive and Lower Adour.
257 St. Pierre
258 Orthez
260 Operations between Bayonne and Toulouse. Western Section. Insets- Tarbes and Bayonne
262 Operations between Bayonne and Toulouse. Eastern Section. Inset-South Western France
265 Toulouse
266 General Map of Spain and Portugal 1807–1814
268 Operations in Italy, 1814. Inset-Italy, 1814.
270 The Lake Frontier of Canada and the United States.
272 The Niagara Peninsula; Lake Champlain to the St. Lawrence; Sackett’s Harbour; Lundy’s Lane; Plattsburg
273 Operations agaist Baltimore and Washington.
275 New Orleans and the Mississippi.
276 Campaign in Holland, 1814. Inset-The Netherlands.
278 Antwerp
279 Bergen-op-Zoom.
280 Northern, Eastern, and Southern Netherlands. Inset-Advance of the Allies on Paris
282 The Waterloo Campaign.
284 Quatre-Bras: 3 p.m. June 16, 1815.
285 Quatre-Bras: 9 pm June 16 1815.
286 Waterloo: 11.15 a.m. June 18, 1815.
288 Waterloo: 7.45 pm June 18, 1815.
290 Europe, 1815: Congress of Vienna. Inset-The Netherlands, 1815-143
293 View of the Malaon Ridge, April 1815
294 Nepal Campaign 1814–15. Western Sphere (Ludhiana to Pilibhit). Inset-The Ganges Valley and Nepal; Ochterlony’s Movements and the Attack on Malaon
296 Nepal Campaign 1814–15. Central Sphere (John Wood)
298 Nepal Campaign 1814–16. Eastern Sphere (Marley, George Wood, Ochterlony). Inset-Sketch of the Stockades covering the Churiaghati Pass; Elevation and Section of the Stockade
300 Kirkee and Poona, November, 1817
302 Sitabaldi and Nagpur, November-December, 1817
304 Pindari and Mahratta Campaigns, 1815–19 (Northern Sphere)
306 Pindari and Mahratta Campaigns, 1815–19 (Southern Sphere)
308 Ceylon, 1815–18
310 Burma, 1824-1826. Inset-The Lower Irrawaddy (Sarrawa to Ragoon); The Heights of Napadi, December 12, 1825
312 Bhurtpore (Bharatpur), 1826
314 The Gold Coast, 1821-1826. Inset-The West Africa settlements, 1820
316 South Africa. The Eastern Frontier and Kaffraria. Inset-Cape Colony, 180-1854
319 Coorg
320 Kalat
321 Jalalabad
322 New Zealand
324 The First Afghan War. 1839–1842. From the Caspian to Delhi. Inset-The Khyber Pass and the Bolan Pass
326 From the Helmand, south-eastward to the Indus.
328 Ghazni.
329 Kabul.
330 The Passes between Kabul and Jalalabad
332 Sind. Hyderabad and Miani.
334 China (Tinghai, Chinhai, Chapu, Chinkiang-Fu).
336 Canton, May 25th, 1841
338 The Gwalior Campaign (Maharajpur).
340 The Punjab. 1st and 2nd Sikh Wars 1845–1849
343 Ferozeshah, Mudki, Aliwal, Sobraon.
344 Chilianwala, Gujrat.
346 Burma 1824–26. (Lower Irrawaddy Valley, Rangoon, Operations against Myat-Toon).
348 South Africa, Eastern Frontier and Kaffraria. (Cape Colony, Natal)
351 The Persian War, 1856-1857
352 Cawnpore, 1857
353 The Advance to Pekin, 1860
354 The Crimean War, 1854-1855, General Map
356 The Crimea
358 Alma, September 20, 1854
359 Balaklava, October 25, 1854
360 Inkerman, November 5, 1854
362 Sevastopol and the Surrounding Country
364 Sevastopol
366 India, 1857
368 Delhi, 1857
369 Lucknow, 1857-1858
370 The Operations against the Taku Forts, August 1860
371 The Ambela Campaign, 1863-1864
372 The Abyssinian Expedition, 1867-1868
374 New Zealand, the North Island. Inset-North and South Islands






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Product Code: 25695
Author: Sir John Fortescue
Format: SB A4 (210 x 297 mm) Atlas of all 374 colour maps & plans from Sir John Fortescue’s History of the British Army
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