The Peninsular War: A New History

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For years Spain had been the most feared and predatory power in Europe - it had the largest empire and one of the world's greatest navies to defend it. Nothing could have prepared the Spanish for the devastating implosion of 1805-14. Trafalgar destroyed its navy and the country degenerated into a brutalized shambles with French and British armies marching across it at will. The result was a war which killed over a million Spaniards and ended its empire. This work comes to terms with this conflict, immortalized by Goya and ...

Peninsular War: A New History 2003, Penguin UK

ISBN-13: 9780140273700

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The Peninsular War: A New History 2003, Palgrave MacMillan Trade, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781403962317

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The Peninsular War: A New History 2002, Allen Lane, London

ISBN-13: 9780713992397

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