6 edition of The Sword of Suffering found in the catalog.
July 2002 by AMG Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||Jonathan M. Olford (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||165|
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5/5(3). SICKNESS, SUFFERING, AND THE SWORD: THE BRITISH REGIMENT ON CAMPAIGN, covers many topics in fascinating detail, each important and significant. It is good reading with an abundance of data which is important for those wanting a better understanding of what made the British Army such an effective fighting force during the Napoleonic wars.5/5(4).
Stephen Olford's most personal book, The Sword of Suffering, details his struggle with lymphoma cancer and the answers he found in "the valley of the shadow of death."Filled with instances of how the Scriptures became more real and precious to him through his ordeal, the book throbs with the heartbeat of a man liberated by the fires of God's mysterious, wonderful grace.
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In the process, he offers a fresh and controversial look at Britain’s military system, showing that success or failure on campaign rested on the day-to-day experiences of. Sickness, Suffering, and the Sword: The British Regiment on Campaign, – - Ebook written by Andrew Bamford.
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He established a foundation for the training of pastors in the. Although an army’s success is often measured in battle outcomes, its victories depend on strengths that may be less obvious on the field. In Sickness, Suffering, and the Sword, military historian Andrew Bamford assesses the effectiveness of the British Army in sustained campaigning during the Napoleonic Wars.
In the process, he offers a fresh and controversial look at Britain’s military. In Sickness, Suffering, and the Sword, military historian Andrew Bamford assesses the effectiveness of the British Army in sustained campaigning during the Napoleonic Wars. In the process, he offers a fresh and controversial look at Britain’s military system, showing that success or failure on campaign rested on the day-to-day experiences of Author: Andrew Bamford.
The Sword of Suffering offers practical advice and comforting words of God’s love and provision that will help believers better cope with their trials and share in the suffering of others as well.
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A volume in the Oklahoma “Campaigns and Commanders Series, Sickness, Suffering, and the Sword is a valuable work on the British Army in the period, and arguably an excellent companion volume to Edward J.
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Sickness, Suffering, and the Sword examines an often overlooked aspect of war, how to sustain the manpower of armies in the field, using the British experience during the Peninsular War, due in part to their unique regimental system. Bamford, who has specialized in the British Army during the Napoleonic Era, opens with a review of its.
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