Read online or download a free book: Wars Of Napoleon (West Point Military History) (West Point Military History Series)
Publisher: Square One Publishers: 2nd edition (1 July 2004)
By: Thomas E. Greiss (Author)
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THE WARS OF NAPOLEON takes the reader from the early years of Napoleon Bonaparte's military career to his meteoric rise to power to the Emperor's defeat at Waterloo. Here is a brilliant analysis of Napoleon's military strengths and weaknesses as well as his many opponents' failures in the face of battle. The narrative provides insight into the technology tactics logistics strategy and outstanding general-ship that created an empire stretching from the Atlantic coast to the Russian Steppes from the North Sea to the Mediterranean. It also offers a penetrating examination of the military and political mistakes that led to Napoleon's forced abdication and final exile to the island of St. Helena. Complementing the text is a beautiful large-format full-colour campaign atlas. These original maps not only highlight Napoleon's key battles but also provide dates unit numbers troop deployments and movements of opposing forces as well as critical geographical information. The atlas is designed to be used either alone or as a companion volume to the text.
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