Lady De Lancey at Waterloo: A Story of Duty and Devotion

Lady De Lancey at Waterloo A Story of Duty and Devotion This is the intriguing and fully authenticated story of the British Army s first professional staff officer his beautiful Scottish bride and their doomed marriage It includes the full text of both t

This is the intriguing and fully authenticated story of the British Army s first professional staff officer, his beautiful Scottish bride, and their doomed marriage It includes the full text of both the Narrative and the little known Abridged Version, originally titled A Week At Waterloo in 1815 Lady de Lancey s Narrative being an account of how she nursed her husbaThis is the intriguing and fully authenticated story of the British Army s first professional staff officer, his beautiful Scottish bride, and their doomed marriage It includes the full text of both the Narrative and the little known Abridged Version, originally titled A Week At Waterloo in 1815 Lady de Lancey s Narrative being an account of how she nursed her husband, Colonel Sir W H Lancey, Quartermaster General of the Army, who was mortally wounded in the great battle.

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Lady De Lancey at Waterloo: A Story of Duty and Devotion

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773 Reply to “Lady De Lancey at Waterloo: A Story of Duty and Devotion”

  1. I really liked the part actually written by Lady De Lancey The half book that preceded it was a history of the characters and by necessity the war leading up to Waterloo that was a well written summary And the author did a good job of including relevant personal information, both in terms of the current culture and the main characters.I m not certain I agree with the story of duty and devotion part It was a story of a tragically short marriage and a remarkable woman.The last part of the book was [...]


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