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Warfare in the Age of Bonaparte by  Michael Glover - First Edition - 1980 - from Goldring Books and Biblio.co.uk

Warfare in the Age of Bonaparte

by Glover, Michael

Condition: Very Good/Very Good


London: Cassell, 1980. A Very Good+ unmarked copy with complete dustjacket which has some fading and one small closed tear to back. From 1792 to 1815 Europe was wracked by a series of wars, first against revolutionary France and then the expansionist empire of Napoleon Bonaparte. The book deals with the way in which the armies and navies fought, how they were commanded, how they were supplied (or not) with food and ammunition, and how they communicated with each other. Major battles together with the twin sea battles of Algeciras are taken as the detailed examples. Specially commissioned maps and artwork and over 130 colour and black and white illustrations. **** NOT BOOK CLUB **** PLEASE NOTE: A HEAVY VOLUME OF 0.9 KILO UNPACKED WEIGHT WHICH MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL SHIPPING COST 23. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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