I have been approached with a view to writing a short (80,000-word) military history of the Peninsular War for the academic market. I have a rough plan for how something worthwhile could be done with that wordcount, by giving a very broad overview and then following up with case-studies of particular episodes. However, I am conscious that I will need to get up to speed on the scholarship relating to the non-British aspects. I have enough French to extract the sense from a piece, and access to someone who could potentially do a small amount of translation from Spanish; Portuguese would be a problem. All that said, within the constraints that I would be tied to if I took this on, I'm looking primarily for English-language sources.
Other than the collected works of Charles Esdaile, which I am working my way through, what else should I be looking at re. the Spanish? Whilst there is a lot of material there, I think I need a counterpoint otherwise they might as well have just asked Charles to write the book! I have the bilingual Santo/Brito title on logistics from the Portuguese perspective, the pamphlet-length piece that Tribuna e Historia put out on the 1808 campaign, and a chapter by Mark Thompson on Portuguese engineers, but anything else there (I note Bob's forthcoming project, but sadly I don't think that that is likely to appear in time)? Various older articles on the French experience, but nothing very recent.
Any suggestions gratefully received.