Do you need to do some research on the Georgian or Regency Army or Navy and don't know where to start? Below is a list of books I've read while doing research for my Regency novels and my history of military medicine classes. The books cover everything from medicine, food, women and uniforms to ships and battles. I hope you find it helpful!
The Battle: A New History of Waterloo Alessandro Barbero
The Illustrated Companion to Nelson’s Navy Nicholas Blake and Richard Lawrence
Every Man Will Do His Duty:An Anthology of Firsthand Accounts from the Age of Nelson 1793 - 1815 Dean King
Military Medicine: From Ancient Times to the 21st Century Jack Edward McCallum
Military Uniforms Visual Encyclopedia Chris McNab
Female Tars: Women AboardShip in the Age of Sail Suzanne J. Stark
Being a Compilation of the Adventures, Horrors, Hardships, Delights, and Recreations of Life Under Sail Frank Snyder
The Illustrious Dead: The Terrifying Story of How Typhus Killed Napoleon’s Greatest Army Stephan Talty
Following the Drum: The Lives of Army Wives and Daughters Annabel Venning
Revolutionary Medicine 1700-1800 Keith C. Wilbur M.D.