WELLINGTON: Waterloo and the Fortunes of Peace, 1814-1852
In this richly detailed work, the second and concluding volume of Muir's definitive biography, the author offers a substantial reassessment of Wellington's significance as a politician and a nuanced view of the private man behind the legend of the selfless 19th-century hero. 32 pages of color photos.
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