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Irishman Robert Parker enlisted in 1683 and by 1708 had risen to Captain of the . Parker, Robert; Merode-Westerloo, Jean Philippe Eugene, comte de.

Irishman Robert Parker enlisted in 1683 and by 1708 had risen to Captain of the Grenadiers in the Royal Regiment of Foot, where he served until 1718. Mrode-Westerloo commanded a regiment in the Walloon army before seeing action in Italy and eventually rising to the rank of field marshal of the Holy Roman Empire. Historian David Chandler, best known for his books on the Napoleonic Wars, also specializes in Marlborough campaigns. Published by Stackpole Books.

Jean-Philippe-Eugène, Count de Mérode, 5th Marquess of Westerloo (22 June 1674 in Brussels – 12 September 1732 in Merode castle) was a Belgian soldier and Feldmarschall of the Holy Roman Empire and a prominent member of the House of Merode. Jean-Philippe-Eugène de Merode was the only surviving child of Maximilian de Merode and Isabella-Margaretha de Merode. His father died one year after his birth and his mother remarried with the Joachim Ernest II, Duke of ethwisch

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Captain Robert Parker's (b. about 1665) Memoirs, published in Dublin in 1746, remain one of. .Chandler, . (e., Robert Parker and Comte de Mérode-Westerloo: The Marlborough Wars, London, 1968, p. pvii, ill. frontispiece.

Born in Kilkenny in Ireland, a Protestant, he rose from the lowest rank to Captain of the Regiment's Grenadier Company. This portrait possibly commemorated Parker's retirement from the Army. portrait (Parker, Captain Robert ); military and war. Measurements. 7. x 6. cm cm (estimate).

Are you sure you want to remove Robert Parker and comte de Mérode-Westerloo from your list? Robert Parker and comte de Mérode-Westerloo. the Marlborough Wars. Published 1968 by Longmans in . Written in English. Spanish Succession, War of, 1701-1714, Sources. Bibliography: p. 265-266. D281 A2 P37. The Physical Object.

The Count de Mérode-Westerloo, in the perplexing way of the age a Flemish nobleman but a loyal officer in the .

The Count de Mérode-Westerloo, in the perplexing way of the age a Flemish nobleman but a loyal officer in the army of Louis XIV, tells us what it was like to wake up at Blenheim to see the Allies advancing steadily on the French camp but to find everyone else asleep. He also knew little of the detail of the profession, less than was proper for a commander-in-chief. Here are the weaknesses which, however, do not detract from the rare talents of this really great ma. 3.

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Robert Parker and Comte de Merode-Westerloo: The Marlborough wars (Military memoirs) download epub
Author: Robert Parker
ISBN: 0208007075
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Language: English
Publisher: Archon Books; y First printing edition (1968)
Pages: 276 pages