LE MARECHAL BERNADOTTE, SON FILS ET UN AIDE-DE-CAMP First published in Philip Haithorwaithe’s “Napoleon’s Commanders” by Osprey Publishing, Elite series, this plate is sure to please the widest possible...Read More
The Abcd of … … THE DRESSES OF THE MARSHALS’ AIDES-DE-CAMP During the imperial...Read More
FUSILIERS OF THE LEGION DE DAMAS 1795 Emigree infantry in the service of the British crown in 1794...Read More
“FOR GOD AND KING” The history of the Legion of Damas 1794-1798 By Hughes de Bazouges...Read More
THE UNIFORMS OF THE EMIGREE INFANTRY in the service of the British crown in 1794 In May...Read More
NAPOLEON IN THE UNIFORM OF THE PARIS NATIONAL GUARD TUILERIES – 1814 On 8 January...Read More
THE FIRST CONSUL BONAPARTE PRESIDENT OF THE ITALIAN REPUBLIC Mounted on his horse...Read More
“SO BLOODY A DAY ” The 16th Light Dragoons in the Waterloo Campaign Memories of 3...Read More
” COMMAND & LEADERSHIP 1721-1815″ Helion & Co Publishing (2019) A very...Read More
THE DEATH OF GENERAL PICTON AT WATERLOO THE PLACE With this article dealing with the...Read More
WELCOME TO THE HERITAGES PLATFORM
It was created by people who are convinced of Montaigne "Gay Savoir" ( meaning Funny
Knowledge in old french), of the jubilant pleasure of learning and sharing that this great humanist advocated. The "scholarly" illustration will have its importance there.
Our subject here is Military History, especially the soldiers and their condition, uniforms and outfits from 1780 to 1815, say from the American War of Independence at Waterloo. It's vast and rich... but it will no doubt spill over...
The use of the archives, a library built up over several decades, provides a place for new articles and unpublished illustrations, of course, but also an opportunity to revitalize old texts and their illustrations published over the years in magazines that have now disappeared or in books that have long been out of print.
Thanks to our dissemination capabilities, we also very much wish to offer good authors/researchers a great opportunity to make their work and merits known.