WELLINGTON'S HISTORY OF THE PENINSULAR WAR: Battling Napoleon in Iberia 1808-1814
This is the story of the Peninsular War told through the writings of the Duke of Wellington, who knew and understood the conflict in Iberia better than any other. These memoranda and dispatches offer a uniquely accessible perspective on the conflict in the words of Britain's greatest general. 16 pages of photos, many in color.
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