The War of Wars

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Little, Brown Book Group, Jun 1, 2009 - History - 992 pages
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Robert Harvey brilliantly recreates the story of the greatest conflict that stretches from the first blaze of revolution in Paris in 1789 to final victory on the muddy fields of Waterloo.On land and at sea, throughout the four corners of the continent, from the frozen plains surrounding Moscow and terror on the Caribbean seas, to the muddy low lands of Flanders and the becalmed waters of Trafalgar, The War of Wars tells the powerful story of the greatest conflict of the age.

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Review: The War of Wars: The Great European Conflict 1793 - 1815

User Review  - Tony Antonakas - Goodreads

Very well-researched book. I came across it in the gift shop in L'Arc De Triomphe and knew I wanted to read it as I am an avid reader of history, especially military history. That said, I learned so ... Read full review

Review: The War of Wars: The Great European Conflict 1793 - 1815

User Review  - John Robertson - Goodreads

Great overview of the period, highly recommended for those looking to get started with this period of military history Read full review

About the author (2009)

Robert Harvey has been a columnist for the Daily Telegraph, assistant editor of The Economist and an MP. He is the author of many books, including a highly popular biography of Lord Cochrane. He is a former member of the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee, was assistant editor of The Economist, and foreign affairs leader writer for the Daily Telegraph. His books include The Undefeated: The Rise, Fall and Rise of Modern Japan, Portugal: Birth of a Democracy, Liberators and Cochrane. Robert lives in Powys, Wales.

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