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Stuart Reid (born 1954, Aberdeen, Scotland) is a writer, librarian and retired British military officer. His writing focuses on military history, particularly from the 18th and 19th centuries. Reid's own ancestors served in the British Army and the East India Company, who fought at, among other places and sites, Culloden, Bunker Hill, and the Texas Revolution. His facility for historical re-enactments has been utilized for the benefit of film companies.[citation needed] His books include the following, all published by Osprey Publishing:

Partial bibliography

  • Quebec 1759: The Battle That Won Canada[1]
  • British Redcoat 1740-1815[2]
  • King George's Army 1740-93[3]
  • Queen Victoria's Highlanders[4]

References

  1. Quebec 1759: The Battle That Won Canada
    Illustrator: Gerry Embleton
    Contributor: Stuart Reid
    Publisher: Osprey Publishing, 2003.
    ISBN 1855326051/ISBN 978-1-85532-605-7
  2. Redcoat Officer: 1740-1815
    Illustrated by Gerry Embleton.
    Publisher: Osprey Publishing, 2002.
    ISBN 1841763799/ISBN 978-1-84176-379-8
  3. King George's Army 1740-93
    Illustrated by Paul Chappell
    Publisher: Osprey Publishing, 1996.
    ISBN 1855325659/ISBN 978-1-85532-565-4
  4. Queen Victoria's Highlanders
    Publisher: Publisher: Osprey Publishing, 2007.
    ISBN 978-1-84603-223-3 (Print)
    ISBN 978-1-78096-246-7 (PDF ebook)
    ISBN 978-1-78096-234-4 (ePub ebook)

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