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Toulon 1793 - Napoleon's First Great Victory

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Toulon 1793 - Napoleon's First Great Victory
by Osprey
Author: Robert Forczyk
Publish Date: 2005
Pages: 96
Dimensions: 8x10x.25"
Restockable: Yes
Type: Softcover


In August 1793 Republican France teetered on the brink of collapse. On every front her enemies' armies swept forwards across her borders – the very survival of the Revolution itself was at stake. In Toulon, the strategically vital home port of France's Mediterranean fleet, a coup had overthrown the Republican government and handed over the city to the blockading British navy. In this, perhaps her darkest hour, France's saviour was at hand in the shape of a Captain of Artillery whose name all Europe would soon know - Napoleon Bonaparte. This title describes the Republican victory at Toulon that not only saved the Revolution but also saw the young Napoleon Bonaparte begin his meteoric rise to power.