WITH WELLINGTON IN THE PYRENEES Being An Account Of The Operations Between The Allied Army And The French From July 25 to August 2 1813


This book forms part of General Beatson’s trilogy dealing with the campaigns in and around the Pyrenees during late 1813 and 1814. The campaign in south-west France in late 1813 and early 1814 was the final campaign of the Peninsular War. An allied army of British, Portuguese and Spanish soldiers under the command of Wellington fought a string of battles against French forces under the command of the able Soult, from the Iberian Peninsula across the Pyrenees and into south-west France ending with the capture of Toulouse and the besieging of BayonneT hey are rightly acknowledged as the standard works on these campaigns and provide an insight into the later, often ignored stages of the Peninsular War.The other two volumes “The Bidassoa and Nivelle” and The Crossing of the Gaves & the Battle of Orthez have been republished by the Naval & Military Press