Amendment to Military History Research article

My article on Napoleonic March Rates was written 20 years ago.  There was one matter which I thought needed clarification, and one which needed correction.  I have therefore added an addendum at the end of the article.

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New Military Historical Research Article

I was chatting on the Napoleon Series Forum a few days ago on the subject of Napoleonic Tactical Drills.  It occurred to me that I did have a chapter dealing with this in a book which I began to write some 20 years ago, but never finished.

I have updated all of the diagrams in this particular chapter and it is now published as an article, entitled “Basic Formations and Movement Drills“, within the Tactics Sub-section of the Military Historical Research Section.  This may be accessed via that link or the Top Menu of my webpage.

The article covers the basic tactical structures which changed little, if at all, throughout the 17th, 18th and much of the 19th Centuries.   I acknowledge that I have relied mainly, although not exclusively, on British Regulations, but all nations used very similar tactical drills at this basic level.  I will publish a future article on Tactical Development during the 18th Century.

Military Historical Research articles

I have amended the structure of pages of Military Historical Research articles.  These were all originally in a single section, but the number of articles was getting long, and I have plans to add more in the near future.  I have therefore divided this section into two drop down sub-sections from the main Top Menu.  The new sub-sections are Organisation and Tactics.

Blog Post Categories further amended

Having created some additional Blog Post Categories, I have decided to organise them into a logical hierarchy, with main categories of Historical Eras, Troop Types, Military Historical Research, Terrain and General.  These then have various subcategories as can be seen in the Post Categories side bar.  As my website grows, I think this will make it easier for readers to find blogs which interest them.