The Impact of Royal Military College-Trained Officers on the Battle of Waterloo - Part One: Wellington’s Staff By Dr Anthony Morton

‘Sir John Byng…urged me so strongly to take if but for a day the duty of quartermaster general….an arduous undertaking for anyone from the ranks with no knowledge....’

Lt Col James Hamilton Stanhope, Campaign Journal Paris 1815

‘..the Military College, in my day, was an admirable school of discipline, as well as education generally, and I have always felt thankful for the training I there received.’

Lt Col Basil Jackson, With Wellington’s Staff at Waterloo 1877

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