Napoleon's Wars: An International History, 1803-1815

Napoleon's Wars: An International History, 1803-1815


A glorious?and conclusive?chronicle of the wars waged through essentially the most polarizing figures in army history

Acclaimed on either side of the Atlantic as a brand new average at the topic, this sweeping, boldly written background of the Napoleonic period unearths its crucial protagonist as a guy pushed via an insatiable wish for repute, and made up our minds ?to push concerns to extremes.? greater than a myth-busting portrait of Napoleon, although, it deals a breathtaking view of the armed conflicts that unfold so quick out of innovative France to international locations as distant as Sweden and Egypt. because it expertly strikes via conflicts from Russia to Spain, Napoleon?s Wars proves to be historical past writing equivalent to its subject?grand and ambitious?that will reframe the best way this tumultuous period is known.

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