History Of The Consulate And The Empire Of France Under Napoleon Vol. V [Illustrated Edition] - Marie Joseph Louis Adolphe. Thiers

History Of The Consulate And The Empire Of France Under Napoleon Vol. V [Illustrated Edition]

By Marie Joseph Louis Adolphe. Thiers

  • Release Date - Published: 2016-03-28
  • Book Genre: Military
  • Author: Marie Joseph Louis Adolphe. Thiers
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History Of The Consulate And The Empire Of France Under Napoleon Vol. V [Illustrated Edition] Marie Joseph Louis Adolphe. Thiers read online review & book description:

The product of twenty years of laborious hard work, this is the definitive work on Napoleon and his times at the helm of the French Nation, written by no less than the first President of the Third Republic.

Thiers moved in the highest circles of society and met with many of the surviving generals and statesmen of France and her opponents and wove their recollections into this monumental history. Filled with a particularly Gallic flavour without going into hero-worship, this multi-volume history has stood the test of time.

In this fifth volume Napoleon determines to crush the last of the Bourbons, those of Spain, and becoming entangled in the ‘Spanish Ulcer’.

Includes the Napoleonic Wars Map Pack with over 155 maps and plans following the military career of Napoleon.

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