Who were the men who commanded the British Army in the numerous small wars of the Victorian Empire? Today, many are all but forgotten, save the likes of Cardigan, Kitchener, Baden-Powell and Gordon of Khartoum. Yet they were a disparate and fascinating assemblage, made up of men of true military genius, as well as egotists, fools and despots. William Wright surveys over 150 of these men, their careers and personalities.
Warriors of the Queen
History Press Limited, The
Fighting Generals of the Victorian Age