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WATERLOO: Battle of Three Armies

WATERLOO: Battle of Three Armies

By: Lord Chalfont, editor
Edition: First English Edition
Date: 1979
Published: Sidgewick and Jackson Limited [London]
Size (Details): 8vo (239 pages, 15 color illustrations, 108 black & white illustrations, 9 maps, notes, index)
Binding: Hardcover [Black gilt cloth]

Category: Napoleon and His Wars
From: The Military Bookman at Chartwell Booksellers
Item Number: 5678

Description: Inspired by the hypothesis that "international conflict would persist as long as children at school were taught history from national text books [this book is] an attempt to tell the story of Waterloo by bringing together, in one volume, the perceptions of three nationalities involved in the battle, drawn mainly from their respective national historical sources." The text is composed of the writings of three authors, Jacques Champagne, William Seymour and Colonel E. Kaulbach.

A very good copy without dust jacket, gilt bright, binding sound, spine bumped, light shelf wear to edges of boards.

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