1815, the Waterloo Campaign : the German Victory: From Waterloo to the Fall of Napoleon

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Greenhill Books, 1999 - History - 384 pages
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A controversial new perspective on the Battle of Waterloo, drawn from previously unpublished eyewitness accounts and regimental reports that demonstrate the decisive German contribution to victory.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, the German Victory: From Waterloo to the Fall of Napoleon

User Review  - Geoff - Goodreads

Very good, but I didn't find it too surprising or controversial. It has been clear from everyone's account that the German attack from the east flank was crucial and that the allied army under ... Read full review

Review: 1815: The Waterloo Campaign, the German Victory: From Waterloo to the Fall of Napoleon

User Review  - Chuck - Goodreads

A very thorough book covering German participation in the 1815 Waterloo Campaign. It covers the period from immediately after the Battle of Ligny through the surrender of Napoleon's Government. In ... Read full review

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Illustrations Maps and Tables
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Comparative Table of Ranks
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The Confusion of Battle
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