An annotated bibliography for the Peninsular War.
Bogar, C. H. and Hooker, T. D. (1996). Independence From Spain: The Quito Campaign. El Dorado, VI (4). On-line http://www.magweb.com/sample/seld/s72quit.htm.
Covers the Quite Campaign and the Battle of Pichincha (24 May 1812)
Conliffe, A. (1995). Shako: Rules and Army Lists for Napoleonic Wargaming. NY: Quantum Printing.
Division Mallorquina-Whittingham [Spanish]
División Mallorquina-uniformes [Spanish]
Gates, D. (1986). The Spanish Ulcer: A history of the Peninsular War. London: Guild Publishing.
Glover, M. (1963). Wellington’s Peninsular Victories: Busaco, Salamanca, Vitoria, Nivelle. London: B. T. Batsford.
The pictures are rough, but you should get the idea.
Leach, C. (1997). Fields of Glory: Napoleonic Scenarios for Shako Rules. NY: Quantum Printing.
Luvaas, J. [Ed.] (1999). Napoleon on the Art of War. NY: The Free Press.
Patridge, R., and Oliver, M. (1998). Battle Studies in the Peninsular, May 1808 – January 1809. London: Constable.
Very good site with with guides to key battles.
Rafferty, J. (1988a). Painting Guide to Napoleonics (Part One): British Infantry. Active Service Press.
Rafferty, J. (1988b). Painting Guide to Napoleonics (Part Two): British Cavalry. Active Service Press.
Rafferty, J. (1989a). Painting Guide to Napoleonics (Part Nine): French & British Artillery. Active Service Press.
Rafferty, J. (1989b). Painting Guide to Napoleonics: Brunswick, Hanover, Portugal. Active Service Press.
Regimientos de América (Spanish and English)
Despite the title (“Uniforms of South America”), it also includes details of Battles, Flags Tactics, Figures, Books, Equipment, Articles, Links, and Shows. Also has sections on the Napoleonic Wars.
Regimiento de Cazadores de Mallorca [Spanish]
Juan Bernardo Albertí Dumas wrote in to bring this reenactment group to my attention. In fact the group is for DIVISION MALLORQUINA DE VOLUNTARIOS 1808 (DMV-1808) also known as Whitttingham Division.
Wise, T. (1974). Battles for Wargamers: The Peninsular War 1813. Hemel Hempstead, UK: Bellona.