WELLINGTON'S HIDDEN HEROES: The Dutch and the Belgians at Waterloo
Through the study of Dutch sources, both primary and secondary, Baker-Smith seeks to correct a grave injustice. The Dutch-Belgians--described as inexperienced and incompetent--actually saved Wellington from disaster at Quatre Bras. Outnumbered three to one, the Netherlanders gave him time to concentrate his forces and save Brussels from French occupation. Illus.
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