Die Hard: Dramatic Actions from the Napoleonic Wars

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The way most military history is written, you get the impression that warfare is largely a matter of tactical and strategic theory, and that human courage and ingenuity play only minor roles. This study focuses on the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, and determines that many battles were decided by countless small actions by obscure individuals. These accounts were selected from some of the most desperate actions of the period, from decisive battles to sieges, as well as less important and significant episodes ...

Die Hard: Dramatic Actions from the Napoleonic Wars 1997, Arms & Armour Press, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781854092458

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