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Robin May was born in 1929. An actor for many years
Robin May was born in 1929. An actor for many years. he became a writer and journalist specialising in theatre and opera, and also the American west. His collaboration with Gerry Embleton in the 1970s produced two of the most successful books in the Men-at-Arms series - British Army in North America 1775-83 and Men-At-Arms 48: Wolfe's Army. Enhanced by illustrations and photographs, this book focuses on the British forces throughout their disastrous and triumphant wilderness campaigns which ultimately ensured the birth of the English-speaking United States of America.
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Robin May's splendid work looks at the British Army that fought in the American Revolution from 1775 to1783. It details the soldiers who faced the difficulties of campaigning in America along with the gross inefficiency and corruption at home which, along with their generals' often blundering conduct, were as deadly enemies as the Americans.
by Robin May (Author). The British Army won most of its battles, but lost the war, at least in part because it simply wasn't large enough or well enough supplied. The British Army in North America 1775-83" is an Osprey Men-at-Arms Series book, authored by Robin May with illustrations by Gerry Embleton. It opens with an interesting look at the American Revolution from a British point of view, followed by a discussion of the British Army of the period, caught in one of its periodic downsizings between major European conflicts. The balance of the book covers some details of uniforms.
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Robin May. For sheer guts, the Redcoats' behavior at Bunker Hill, Saratoga, and other bloody encounters has rarely been surpassed. The Americans won, but only just, and then thanks to foreign intervention and a small number of dedicated and valiant patriots who were continually let down by their own people. Robin May's splendid work looks at the British Army that fought in the American Revolution from 1775 to 1783.