4 edition of Three Napoleonic battles found in the catalog.
Three Napoleonic battles
Harold Talbot Parker
|Statement||by Harold T. Parker.|
|Series||Duke University publications|
|LC Classifications||DC202.1 .P3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 225 p.|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||44005068|
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The author has decided to study three distinct Napoleonic battles in order to shed light on how the great Corsican waged war. The three battles in question are Friedland (, Aspern-Essling () and of course Waterloo (). The author has singled these particular battles out as a means of surveying Napolean's generalship over the years/5(4).
Parker begins with the battle of Friedland, where The three battles that Parker covers are Friedland, Aspern-Essling, and Waterloo. To start the text, while engaging and readable, is also well-researched and detailed/5. While this is an older book, the perspective is quite clear and new.
The author has decided to study three distinct Napoleonic battles in order to shed light on how the great Corsican waged war. The three battles in question are Friedland (, Aspern-Essling () and of course Waterloo ().Cited by: 2.
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The historian succeeds in presenting herein events and character not only in historical reality but also in unities employed by the artist or tragedian. year anniversary retelling of the Napoleonic Wars culminating battle, by the author of the alternative fiction Sharpe novels which revolve around the same period.
The book contains excellent pictures of the time, modern photos and maps explaining the various key engagements. First factual book by Cornwell, albeit on familiar ground/5(K).