The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard is a series of comic short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle telling of the exploits of an uncomprehending French soldier during the Napoleonic Wars.
Originally published in The Strand magazine between December 1894 and September 1903 the stories satirise both the stereotypical English view of the French, and - by presenting them from Gerard's baffled point of view - English manners and attitudes.
How The Brigadier Came To The Castle Of Gloom
How The Brigadier Slew
The Brothers Of Ajaccio
How The Brigadier Held The King
How The King Held The Brigadier
How The Brigadier Took The Field Against The Marshal Millefleurs
How The Brigadier Played For A Kingdom
How The Brigadier Won His Medal (The Medal Of Brigadier Gerard)
How The Brigadier Was Tempted By The Devil Scottish-born author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. (1859 - 1930) was a prolific writer best known for creating the detective Sherlock Holmes.
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