Objects & Places from Sharpe's Sword: Richard Sharpe and the Salamanca Campaign, June and July 1812

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King's German Legion - This is the name of a group of soldiers who fight against France.

River Tormes - This is in Spain and passes by the city of Salamanca.

The Kligenthal - This is the sword carried by Leroux.

South Essex Battalion - This is the unit of the British Army to which Sharpe is assigned.

The Light Company - This is the portion of the army under the command of Sharpe.

Salamanca, Spain - This is one of the world's most beautiful cities. It is the primary setting of the novel.

Rifleman - These soldiers are distinct from other infantry soldiers primarily by carrying a different gun and wearing a green uniform instead of the usual British redcoat.

Voltiguers - These are light infantry, French troops whose primary task is as skirmishers, who go ahead of the main battle force and try to disrupt...

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