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Armies at Waterloo - A Detailed Analysis of the Armies That Fought History's Greatest Battle

Armies at Waterloo - A Detailed Analysis of the Armies That Fought History's Greatest Battle
Author: Scott Bowden
Publish Year: 1983
Pages: 356
Dimensions: 9x11.25x1"
Restockable: No
Type: Hardcover

Armies at Waterloo - A Detailed Analysis of the Armies That Fought History's Greatest Battle

Description

Armies at Waterloo fills a much-needed void in the historical literature dealing with the epic Waterloo campaign of 1815.

Although an extraordinary number of books analyze the Battle of Waterloo while discussing, at best, the participating combatants in a superficial manner, Armies at Waterloo stands out as an accurate, detailed account of the armies which fought in Belgium during Napoleon's final battles.

Beautiful maps and illustrated chapters discuss the organization, tactics, deployment, and combat capabilities of Napoleon's crack Armee du Nord, Wellington's Anglo-Allied Army, and Blucher's Royal Prussian Army of the Lower Rhine.

The accurate orders of battle which appear in this volume are the result of painstaking research from European archives and very selected, reliable rare books.

Armies at Waterloo provides the military enthusiast of historian with the most authentic picture of the armies which fought in the last Napoleonic campaign.