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The landing of the British Army at Mondego Bay, circa 1808 (w/c) Featured Alfred Crowdy Lovett Image

The landing of the British Army at Mondego Bay, circa 1808 (w/c)

5920208 The landing of the British Army at Mondego Bay, circa 1808 (w/c) by L'Eveque, Henri (1769-1832); National Army Museum, London; (add.info.: The landing of the British Army at Mondego Bay, 1808.
Watercolour by Henri LA'Eveque, 1808 circa, from series, A'Campaigns of the British Army in PortugalA'.
A British force of around 14,000 men commanded by Sir Arthur Wellesley landed at Mondego Bay, about 100 miles north of Lisbon, during the first week of August 1808. On 17 August they fought their first battle of the Peninsular War (1808-1814) at Rolica, defeating a smaller French force under General Henri Delaborde that had been sent to slow WellesleyA's advance towards Lisbon.); A© National Army Museum ; Swiss, out of copyright

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The Sortie from Bayonne, 1814 (aquatint) Featured Alfred Crowdy Lovett Image

The Sortie from Bayonne, 1814 (aquatint)

5919976 The Sortie from Bayonne, 1814 (aquatint) by Sutherland, Thomas (1785-1838); National Army Museum, London; (add.info.: The Sortie from Bayonne, 1814.
Coloured aquatint by T Sutherland after W Heath, published by J Jekins, June 1815.
On 14 April 1814 General ThouvenotA's French garrison attacked the Allied force under Lieutenant General John Hope that was besieging Bayonne in south west France. The news of Napoleon's abdication two days earlier had not reached the garrison so the battle was a pointless waste of lives (over 800 Allied and 900 French). Thouvenot continued to hold out until 27 April when written orders from Marshal Soult finally compelled him to hand the fortress over to the Allies.); A© National Army Museum ; English, out of copyright

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Rifleman of the 4th Gurkha Regiment in marching order, 1890 (w/c) Featured Alfred Crowdy Lovett Image

Rifleman of the 4th Gurkha Regiment in marching order, 1890 (w/c)

5926778 Rifleman of the 4th Gurkha Regiment in marching order, 1890 (w/c) by Lovett, Alfred Crowdy (1862-1919); National Army Museum, London; (add.info.: Rifleman of the 4th Gurkha Regiment in marching order, 1890.
Watercolour by Alfred Crowdy Lovett, 1890.
This depicts Rifleman Chanda Singh Gurung wearing his campaign medals, a 2nd Afghan War Medal 1878-80 and a Kabul to Kandahar Star 1880. He is armed with a breechloading Snider-Enfield rifle.
The watercolour was used in A'Types of the Bengal ArmyA, published by A'The GraphicA, on 8 March 1890. Raised in 1857, the 4th Regiment regiment saw much service on both the North West and North East Frontiers of India.); A© National Army Museum ; English, out of copyright

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