NAPOLEON AND GROUCHY: The Last Great Waterloo Mystery Unravelled
A look at one of the enduring controversies of the Waterloo campaign, the conduct of Marshall Grouchy. Given command of a third of Napoleon's army and told to keep the Prussians from joining forces with Wellington he failed to keep the British and Blucher apart with the result that Napoleon was overwhelmed at Waterloo and defeated. Illustrated, most in color.
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