This complementary volume to Sir Charles Oman's monumental, seven-volume study of the Peninsular War is a comprehensive guide to the more than 3,000 officers in British, Portuguese, and Spanish service killed or wounded during the campaign. This book draws on data from service records, official dispatches, casualty rolls, medal lists, pension lists, the London Gazette, and additional sources. It provides astonishing insight into the history of the British Army from the point of view of the individual. Entries include officers' service histories, medals or awards; the place, date, and cause of death or nature of wound; subsequent career details; and additional campaign material. Information drawn from memoirs, diaries, and dispatches is also quoted and make this a very readable and human study.