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WALCHEREN TO WATERLOO: The British Army in the Low Countries during French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 1793-1815

WALCHEREN TO WATERLOO: The British Army in the Low Countries during French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 1793-1815
by Limm, Andrew

1-218600

The military success achieved by the Duke of Wellington casts a long shadow over the history of the British army in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars. The popular account of Britain's military record in the great struggle against Napoleonic France is chiefly one of glorious victories, with Britain cast as the savior of Europe from the Corsican 'monster.' Most British historians have focused on retelling stories of British success, notably Wellington's, in Spain, Portugal, and during the Hundred Days campaign and tend to pay little attention to British military defeats.

But is the focus on Wellington's successes really an appropriate way to understand the performance of the British army in a conflict which lasted over 20 years? And what about the army's poor record in the Low Countries, where it suffered defeats and sustained crippling losses during the same period? This study provides a more balanced account of the British contribution to the downfall of Napoleon.

1 vol, 256 pgs 2018 UK, PEN & SWORD
NEW-dj, available early December 2018 ......$45.00

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