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2 edition of Napoleon and Wellington. found in the catalog.

Napoleon and Wellington.

Staffordshire County Library.

Napoleon and Wellington.

by Staffordshire County Library.

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  • 8 Currently reading

Published in [Stafford, Eng .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821 -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.,
  • Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, 1769-1852 -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ8612 .S7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25 p.
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5012071M
    LC Control Number76577563

      Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, -- Military leadership., Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, -- Military leadership. Publisher Simon & SchusterPages: Napoleon and Wellington is a brilliant study of character, of propaganda, of politics, of war and of history. What emerges are telling pen portraits of the two men, told in terms of their statements and actions in relation to one another. On the one hand we have the terse, intelligent and pragmatic Wellington (who was also something of a beau /5(33).

    Find books like Napoleon and Wellington: The Long Duel from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked Napoleon and Wellington. Wellington recorded in his dispatches that at "about ten o'clock [Napoleon] commenced a furious attack upon our post at Hougoumont". Other sources state that the attack began around [d] The house and its immediate environs were defended by four light companies of Guards, and the wood and park by Hanoverian Jäger and the 1/2nd on: Waterloo, Netherlands50°40′48″N 4°24′43″E .

      Napoleon and Wellington is a brilliant study of character, of propaganda, of politics, of war and of history. What emerges are telling pen portraits of the two men, told in terms of their statements and actions in relation to one another. On the one hand we have the terse, intelligent and pragmatic Wellington (who was also something of a beau /5(33).   His books include Napoleon and Wellington in , Hitler and Churchill (based on BBC-2 series) in What Might Have Been (editor) in His History of the English Speaking Peoples Since was published in and won the Walter Bagehot Prize. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title/5(33).


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book spoils, In Wellington's case this meant "inheriting" two of Napoleon's mistresses. The book's principal failure is that Napoleon and Wellington. book Napoleon's death Cited by: 1. Napoleon and Wellington are historically joined at the hip because of their epic encounter at Waterloo.

Yet other apparent similarities are striking: both were born in the same year (), both were born of prominent fathers who died when the boys were in early adolescence, both had four brothers and three sisters, both spoke French as their second language, both were self-taught in military /5.

Napoleon, who first heard of Wellington innever showed his great rival quite the respect he deserved, let alone the respect Wellington considered his due, Roberts shows. Though partisans and critics of both men stress their differences, Roberts's text makes a convincing case that Napoleon and Wellington were more alike than either of 4/4(42).

Unlike Napoleon, Wellington was everywhere on the battle field and was lucky not to have lost his live - no less than five senior officers were killed while standing beside the victor belonged the spoils, In Wellington's case this meant "inheriting" two of Napoleon's mistresses.

The book's principal failure is that after Napoleon's death 4/5(37). Unlike Napoleon, Wellington was everywhere on the battle field and was lucky not to have lost his live - no less than five senior officers were killed while standing beside the victor belonged the spoils, In Wellington's case this meant "inheriting" two of Napoleon's mistresses.

The book's principal failure is that after Napoleon's death 4/5(44). Unlike Napoleon, Wellington was everywhere on the battle field and was lucky not to have lost his live - no less than five senior officers were killed while standing beside the victor belonged the spoils, In Wellington's case this meant "inheriting" two of Napoleon's mistresses.

The book's principal failure is that after Napoleon's death /5(43). ‎A dual biography of the greatest opposing generals of their age who ultimately became fixated on one another, by a bestselling historian.

'Thoroughly enjoyable, beautifully written and meticulously researched' Observer On the morning of the battle of Waterloo, the Emper. An award-winning historian offers an eye-opening view of the relationship between Napoleon Bonaparte and the Duke of Wellington, whose lives moved inexorably to their meeting at Waterloo, one of the most famous battles of all time.

At breakfast on the morning of the battle of Waterloo, the Emperor Napoleon declared that the Duke of Wellington was a bad general, the British were bad soldiers 4/5(1).

Buy a cheap copy of Napoleon and Wellington book by Andrew Roberts. Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington, spent a lot of time worrying about whether Napoleon Bonaparte, the emperor of France, was a gentleman.

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On the one hand we have the terse, intelligent and pragmatic Wellington (who was also something of a beau 4/5(28). His books include Napoleon and Wellington inHitler and Churchill (based on BBC-2 series) in What Might Have Been (editor) in His History of the English Speaking Peoples Since was published in and won the Walter Bagehot Prize.4/5(1).

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4/5(32). The book reports Wellington’s and Napoleon’s recorded thoughts, conversations, and writings about each other and various reports of what contemporaries remembered hearing. Wellington’s universally accepted birthday of 1 May is interesting when looking at the font in which he was baptised – on 30 April, the day before he was born 🙂 The font is located in the ancient St.

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Author Roberts, Andrew Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Near Fine Jacket condition Very Good+ Edition First Edition Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Weidenfeld & Nicolson Place of Publication London Date published Book Edition: First Edition.

Wellington and Napoleon tells the story of the convergence and final clash of two of the most brilliant commanders ever to meet on the field of battle, Wellington, his men said, "didn't know how to lose a battle." But Wellington himself admired his adversary/5.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.Napoleon and Wellington — First published in Subjects Military leadership, Biography, Generals, Napoleonic Wars,Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, -- Military by: 1.