Terry Crowdy is a military history author specialising in the Napoleonic Wars and espionage / 'secret war' history. His latest book is 'Napoleon's Infantry Manual', an essential guide to daily life in Napoleon's Grande Armée based on contemporary French instruction manuals and orders. Previous to this he wrote 'Incomparable', the incredible story of Napoleon's 9th Light Infantry Regiment. He edited the popular memoirs of Donald Dean VC, a Kentish hero who fought in both world wars. His espionage titles include 'The Enemy Within', and 'Deceiving Hitler'. Terry won the 'Best Military Paper' category in the 2014 Napoleon Series Writing Contest. Terry Crowdy is the Fire and Emergency Planning Adviser for Historic Royal Palaces, and lives in Kent, UK.
History - 20th Century, Memoirs, Military History, History - General, Non-Fiction, History - 20th Century, Memoirs, Military History, History - General, Non-Fiction