Napoleonic Wars: The Essential Bibliography

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Potomac Books, Inc., Jul 1, 2012 - History - 134 pages
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It is only in the past two decades that English-speaking scholars have fully breached European language barriers, permitting a comprehensive reexamination of the Napoleonic Wars beyond the limitations of English-, French-, and German-dependent works. This new volume in the Essential Bibliography Series examines the changing nature of Napoleonic historiography and provides the student and scholar an invaluable guide to those changes.
 

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Excellent bargain for those interested in the Napoleonic Wars. $10 for a well-constructed 100-page bibliographic essay analysing the era's literature. Six chapters examine the wars, the campaigns, the ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
1 The Origins of Napoleonic Warfare
9
2 The Napoleonic Wars
25
3 The Campaigns
35
Puppets or Independent Actors?
51
5 Armies of the Napoleonic Wars
63
6 Britain Spain and the Peninsular War
81
Conclusion
95
Selected Bibliography
99
About the Author
121
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Frederick C. Schneid is a professor of history at High Point University. He received his PhD in European and military history at Purdue University. He is the author of Napoleon's Conquest of Europe: The War of the Third Coalition (2005); Napoleon's Italian Campaigns, 1805–1815 (2002); Soldiers of Napoleon's Kingdom of Italy: Army, State and Society, 1800–1815 (1995); and Warfare in Europe, 1792–1815 (2007). He lives in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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