Napoleonic Wars: The Essential Bibliography
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
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