How Far From Austerlitz?: Napoleon 1805-1815

Macmillan, 1998 M07 15 - 464 páginas
A renowned historian provides a fascinating history of Napoleon by documenting his successes and failures, argues that the Battle of Austerlitz was Napoleon's final triumphant campaign, resulting in his swift decline, and compares him to other modern historical leaders such as Hitler. Reprint.

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The Age of Napoleon
Alistair Horne
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Alistair Horne, described by C.P. Snow as "one of the best writers of history in the English-speaking world," is the recipient of the French Legion of Honor, a Wolfson Literary Award, the Hawthornden Prize, and the CBE. His A Savage War of Peace and A Bundle form Britain were both New York Times Notable Books of the Year. He has written for The New York Times, Esquire, and The Washington Post. Alistair Horne lives in England and is a trustee of the Imperial War Museum.

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