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A controversial new perspective on the Battle of Waterloo, drawn from previously unpublished eyewitness accounts and regimental reports that demonstrate the decisive German contribution to victory.

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This book is the second book by this author on the Waterloo campaign. It begins on the end of the battle of Ligny, Dawn June 17th, 1815and carries matters up to the Surrender of the new French ... Read full review


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