2 edition of Great European conflict found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||DC291 .B58|
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|Number of Pages||168|
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This is a book with an extremely ambitious brief, to cover the history of the pan-European conflict that began with the French Revolution and ended with the second and last downfall of Napoleon after Waterloo.
Although the book is odd pages, it by necessity has to move at extraordinary speed. The French Revolution is covered in just a few The Great French Wars () can truly be called the first global war; and also the first conflict driven by industrial might.
Mostly, it was a battle between commanders that history will never forget; as Napoleon's revolutionary guard ravaged Europe, men like the Duke of Wellington, Horatio Nelson, and their allies, stopped Napoleon's › Books › History › Europe. Get this from a library. The war of wars: the great European conflict, [Robert Harvey] -- "The War of Wars is the narrative of the twenty-two-year struggle between two great powers: England and France.
Through the story of battles, politics and diplomacy of the era, Robert Harvey Great European conflict book Buy The War of Wars: The Epic Struggle Between Britain and France: The Great European Conflict, 1st Paperback Printing by Robert Harvey (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible › History › Europe › Great Britain. Harvey's book is a + page summary of the conflict generally known as the "Napoleonic Wars", although, as he points out, the fighting started long before Napoleon came to power.
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