Under Wellington’s Command


Read by Charles P. Sapp

(4.7 stars; 18 reviews)

Under Wellington's Command is the sequel to With Moore at Corunna. The book picks up where the last book left off when Portugal is freed from the French in 1809. Terence O'Connor is still in command of the Minho regiment of Portuguese, and serves with distinction on detached duty in harassing the French and gaining information. His command being on the edge the allied army, is constantly engaged in skirmishes and in the great battles of the Peninsular War. - Summary by Charles Sapp (11 hr 41 min)

Chapters

Preface 5:09 Read by Charles P. Sapp
A Detached Force 33:04 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Talavera 33:33 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Prisoners 33:02 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Guerillas 32:28 Read by Charles P. Sapp
An Escape 32:02 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Afloat 32:05 Read by Charles P. Sapp
A French Privateer 34:10 Read by Charles P. Sapp
A Smart Engagement 32:25 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Rejoining 30:40 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Almeida 34:50 Read by Charles P. Sapp
The French Advance 29:31 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Fuentes D'Onoro 33:56 Read by Charles P. Sapp
From Salamanca to Cadiz 31:46 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Effecting a Diversion 32:47 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Dick Ryan's Capture 33:50 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Back With the Army 34:44 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Ciudad Rodrigo 30:19 Read by Charles P. Sapp
The Sack of a City 32:43 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Gratitude 32:03 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Salamanca 36:18 Read by Charles P. Sapp
Home Again 39:35 Read by Charles P. Sapp

Reviews

excellent as always


(5 stars)

A wonderful conclusion to this two-part story. The reader was phenomenal and I greatly appreciate his efforts.

awesome


(5 stars)

As usual G. A. Henty mixes history with humour to create a totally uniquely fascinating book