Author:Edward Bruce Hamley

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Edward Bruce Hamley
(1824–1893)
British general, politician and military writer
Edward Bruce Hamley

Works[edit]

  • Lady Lee's Widowhood 1854, 2 vols. 8vo.
  • The Story of the Campaign of Sebastopol 1855, 8vo.
  • A Legend of Gibraltar, and Lazaroo's Legacy (in 'Tales from "Blackwood" '), 1858, 8vo.
  • Wellington's Career (from 'Blackwood'), 1860, 8vo.
  • The Operations of War explained and illustrated 1866, 8vo; fresh editions in 1869, 1872, and 1878.
  • Our Poor Relations: a Philozoic Essay (from 'Blackwood'), 1872, 8vo.
  • A Chapter on Outposts 1875, 8vo.
  • Staff College Exercises 1875, 8vo.
  • Voltaire ('Foreign Classics'), 1877, 8vo.
  • The Strategical Conditions of our Indian N.W. Frontier (a lecture), 1879, 8vo.
  • Thomas Carlyle (from 'Blackwood'), 1881, 8vo.
  • Shakespeare's Funeral and other Papers (from 'Blackwood'), 1889, 8vo.
  • National Defence (articles and speeches), 1889, 8vo.
  • The War in the Crimea (1891)


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