British Lord Lost His Arm at Waterloo but Saved His Ring
Tags: RAGLAN, FitzRoy James Henry Somerset, Baron, 1788-1855; AMPUTEES; MILITARY officers; BATTLE of Waterloo, Belgium, 1815; WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, 1769-1852; DYSENTERY; CRIMEAN War, 1853-1856
- WELLINGTON. SHOWALTER, DENNIS // Military History;Sep2013, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p46
The article features Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington whose signature moment came at the Battle of Waterloo when he instructed 1st Brigade commander Major General Sir Peregrine Maitland to led the battle. After leaving India, Wellesley has an abiding sense of being a general who is capable...
- Waterloo: beyond the battlefield. Bew, John; Melvin, Mungo // History Today;Sep2013, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p3
The article discusses the June 18, 1815 Battle of Waterloo fought near Waterloo, Belgium between French forces led by Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte against the allied forces of Great Britain led by General Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington, and the Prussian forces led by field marshal Gebhard...
- Wellesley's Trial. SPRACKLAND, TERI; SPRACKLAND, ROBERT // MHQ: Quarterly Journal of Military History;Spring2011, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p82
The article discusses the trial faced by British Army general Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, following his defeat of the French forces of French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte in Portugal during the Peninsular War. The trial came about because the British government felt Wellesley and...
- AXEL OLRÄ°K'Ä°N EPÄ°K YASALARI VE LORD RAGLAN'IN KAHRAMAN KALIBI AÃ‡ISINDAN AÄžRIDAÄžI EFSANESÄ° ROMANI. ZARİÇ, Mahfuz // Electronic Turkish Studies;Fall2012, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p3337
The authorship of YaÅŸar Kemal has been shaped with the influence of many products of folk literature since his childhood and the elements of folk narratives in his novels aren't only composed of motives, themes and issues. Structural elements of different folk narratives are the typical...
- RaglanÃ¤rmel. Schwarz, Sebastian // Textilwirtschaft;3/21/2013, Issue 12, p057
The article discusses trends in men's clothing design, in particular the growing interest among European fashion designers such as Asos, Topman, and Zara, in Raglan sleeves, sewing patterns originally designed by British field marshal Fitzroy James Henry Somerset, Baron Raglan. The author...
- DID YOU KNOW? // Director (00123242);Mar2013, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p86
The article focuses on a picture of a granite horse block that is located alongside the Institute of Directors' Pall Mall premises in Waterloo Place, London, England and mentions it was erected in 1930 on the orders of the military hero Duke of Wellington who regularly visited a clubhouse...
- Wellington, Toryism and the Nation. Jenkins, T. A. // History Today;Nov2002, Vol. 52 Issue 11, p26
Pays tribute to Arthur Wellesley, the First Duke of Wellington, who died in 1852. Details on the funeral of the Duke in London, England; Political career; Principles in life; Views regarding monarchy; Information on his visit to Birmingham and Liverpool in England.
- Untitled. // Military History;Sep2013, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p4
A caricature of Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington is presented.
- OTHER JUNE ANNIVERSARIES. // History Today;Jun2005, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p55
Presents a list of historical events during the month of June. Coronation of the false Dmitri following the death of Boris Godunov in April 1605; Birth of Nathan Hale, U.S. revolutionary hero; Death of Crimean war commander Lord Raglan.