1815, the Waterloo campaign : the German victory: from Waterloo to the fall of Napoleon
A controversial new perspective on the Battle of Waterloo, drawn from previously unpublished eyewitness accounts and regimental reports that demonstrate the decisive German contribution to victory.
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Review: 1815 The Waterloo Campaign: Wellington, His German Allies and the Battles of Ligny and Quatre BrasUser Review - Goodreads
Not bad, though I was expecting more. It did give a bit of insight into the often-neglected battles of Ligny and Quatre Bras, which were overshadowed by Waterloo two days later. It did feel like the ...
Review: 1815 The Waterloo Campaign: Wellington, His German Allies and the Battles of Ligny and Quatre BrasUser Review - Jur - Goodreads
Hofschroer (1998) is a different beast to the English writers on the Battle of Waterloo. He includes German, but also English and even a few Dutch sources. The Hof notes that William spent 2,5 years ... Read full review
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