THE NAPOLEONIC ARCHIVE VOL. 9 - THE JOURNALS OF CAPTAIN HENRY OGLANDER OF THE 43RD & 47TH FOOT IN THE COPENHAGEN, CORUNNA & PENINSULA CAMPAIGNS
Autore: A cura di Gareth Glover
DISPONIBILE DICEMBRE 2022
Henry served with the 1st Battalion 43rd Foot at Copenhagen and then served in the Peninsula in the Coruna campaign, returning to serve there from July 1810 to June 1812 and once again in the Peninsula with the 47th Foot from February 1813 to April 1814. He served at the following actions in the Peninsula: Coa, Busaco, Redhina, Foz d’Arouce, Sabugal, Fuentes d’Onoro, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz (where he was severely wounded losing his left arm) Vitoria, San Sebastian (severely wounded again, losing a finger) and Bayonne. He received a Gold Medal for commanding his battalion at San Sebastian.