Osprey Publishing CAM275 Ramillies 1706

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This is the story of one of the great battles which forged the reputation of
the Duke of Marlborough as one of history's greatest captains. His tactical
intuition on the field of Ramillies led to perhaps his finest battlefield
performance and paved the way for a campaign that would see much of
Flanders, including vital cities such as Bruges, Brussels, Antwerp and
Louvain, come under Allied control. This title, with vivid illustrations and
detailed consideration of the disposition, strength and plans of the
opposing forces, examines the context and consequences of the battle. It
also illuminates the intense fighting at the height of the engagement,
including two enormous cavalry melees in which Marlborough was unhorsed and
very nearly killed.


Born in London in 1964, Mike McNally is an acknowledged expert on the
Williamite War in Ireland and acted as a consultant in a recent study of
President Barack Obama's Irish roots. Married, with three children, he is
the author of best-selling studies of the pivotal battles of the Boyne and
Aughrim is is currently studying the role of the Irish Brigade in French
service from the Boyne to Fontenoy. The author of several books for Osprey,
with his varied areas of interest he continues to research such diverse
subjects as Irish military history, the campaigns of Marlborough and the
German colonial campaigns during World War I.SeÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃán Ã'BrÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃógÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃáin lives and works
in Donegal, Ireland. He has a BA (Hons) in scientific and natural history
illustration from Blackpool and Fylde College (Lancaster University).


Origins of the campaign


Opposing commanders

Opposing armies

Orders of battle

Opposing plans

The campaign


The battlefields today

Further reading


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