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 the enemy formation.

The Provosts

This is the police...

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