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The Waterloo Archive: Volume V

Glover, Gareth

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ISBN 10: 184832684X / ISBN 13: 9781848326842
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2013. Hardcover. Volume V of the ground-breaking Waterloo Archive series. Brings to life the human story of the Battle of Waterloo First ever English language translation of memoirs, letters and reports. Num Pages: 304 pages, colour plates. BIC Classification: 1DDB; 3JH; HBJD; HBLL; HBWH; JWLF. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 238 x 162 x 21. Weight in Grams: 626. . . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # V9781848326842

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Title: The Waterloo Archive: Volume V

Publisher: Pen & Sword Books Ltd

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

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Much of the material available to readers in the English language interested in the exploits of the troops of Hanover, Brunswick and Nassau is in the form of dry official reports, which stick to the basic facts and avoid all sentimentality and emotion. However, unbeknown to virtually anyone in the English-speaking world interested in the more human aspects of these 'foreign' troops fighting alongside the British at Waterloo, there are a number of memoirs and sets of letters, which have been published in Germany over the last two centuries. Until now, these had never been translated into English and so have been inaccessible to the vast majority. This volume seeks to put this right and to bring to life the human story of these German troops - their trials and tribulations, their sufferings and their emotions - and to finally reveal their views on the battle which many entered with mixed emotions. Highlights include an account of the confusion in the final 'great advance' at Waterloo; eyewitness recollections of the defense of La Haye Sainte; rare battle reports by the Duke of Wellington; and a fascinating series of letters explaining the whereabouts of a number of 'missing' Hanoverian regimental and staff surgeons and subsequent court martials.

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GARETH GLOVER has researched the Napoleonic wars for over 30 years, and in the last seven years has undertaken to publish the huge number of previously unpublished accounts he has gathered. He has published over 30 volumes of these memoirs to date.

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