3 edition of British barracks 1600-1914 found in the catalog.
British barracks 1600-1914
|Statement||James Douet ; with an opening chapter by Andrew Saunders.|
|Series||Themes in military architecture and archaeology series|
|LC Classifications||UC405.G7 D68 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 222 p. :|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||98188502|
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British barracks, their architecture and role in society / James Douet ; with an opening chapter by Andrew Saunders. British barracks their architecture and role in society James Douet ; English Heritage.
Themes in military architecture and archaeology series. This volume provides examples of the living and working examples experienced by soldiers throughout history, demonstrating how these buildings bear witness to military heritage.
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McLoughlin divides his book into two parts, the first chronicling the British garrison from and the second covering the Irish barracks from Through both a mixture of personal histories of the gunners stationed in Kildare Barracks and voluminous official records of their units, the author fully explores their military lives.
The regimental depot of a regiment is its home base for recruiting and is also where soldiers and officers awaiting discharge or postings are based and where injured soldiers return to full fitness after discharge from hospital before returning to full duty.
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The thesis concludes by arguing that, in addition to Colley’s suggestion of a common threat from. The barracks in South Great George's-street are adapted for 17 officers of infantry and privates.
The Richmond barracks, near Golden Bridge, on the bank of the Grand Canal, have accommodation for 76 officers of infantry and non-commissioned officers and privates, and an hospital for patients.
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Richmond Barracks, Inchicore was completed in and was named after Charles Lennox, 4th Duke of Richmond. The Barracks was first occupied by the British Army in Many Irishmen were stationed there before going overseas to fight in the First World War.
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by Douglas Collins, Empire Made Me: An Englishman Adrift in Shanghai by Robert Bickers, Alamein to Zem.The Tipperary Military Barracks, close to Tipperary Railway Station, was one of the most ornate to be built in Ireland during the British occupation.
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