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WATERLOO ARCHIVE, VOLUMES 1-5 Five volume run of this magnum opus

WATERLOO ARCHIVE, VOLUMES 1-5
Five volume run of this magnum opus
 

RRP: £125.00
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The Waterloo Archive is an ambitious project undertaken by the acclaimed Napoleonic scholar Gareth Glover, to make available the wealth of primary source material that exists in family archives, libraries, regimental and local museums, but has never been published (or not published in the last 100 years.) The range and unique nature of much of the research will intrigue and fascinate enthusiasts and historians alike. Published by Frontline at 25 per Hardback Volume Naval & Military have a five volume run of this magnum opus available at just 29.99 for the full 5 volume collection! Published price for Volumes 1-5 is a whopping 125 Individual volumes are also available at 8.99 per.volume
WATERLOO ARCHIVE Volume I: British Sources HB, 304 pp In this first volume of the acclaimed Waterloo Archives series, editor Gareth Glover has sought out previously unpublished accounts of the great battle that finally ended Napoleon's spectacular career. The material includes letters from an officer on Wellington's staff, descriptions from officers in the Guards and Scots Greys, and horrifying accounts of their efforts to save lives by surgeons coping with the carnage. WATERLOO ARCHIVE Volume II: German Sources HB, 288 pp Prussia's contribution to victory at Waterloo is well-known, but the valour of other German units in Wellington's multi-national army - from Nassau, Brunswick, Hanover and other Germanic areas - is much less familiar. In this volume of the must haveWaterloo Archive series we read firsthand accounts of the great battle - many appearing in English for the first time. WATERLOO ARCHIVE VolUME III: British Sources HB, 304 pp In this third volume of the brilliant Waterloo Archives series we find moving personal letters and vivid private diaries written by those who took part in the great battle that finally humbled Napoleon. The fascinating contents range from poignant final thoughts from those who died; to descriptions from those who visited the battlefield six weeks after the action. WATERLOO ARCHIVE Volume IV: British Sources HB, 258 pp This volume of the prized Waterloo Archive contains fascinating first hand material written in the aftermath of the great battle, including letters from frontline troops, medical reports, and the full description by Frederick Ponsonby of his miraculous survival when he lay helplessly wounded during and after the battle. WATERLOO ARCHIVE Volume V: German Sources HB, 304 pp Many historians hold that it was the Prussians, rather than Wellington's multi-national force, that really won the battle of Waterloo. In this volume of the prized Waterloo Archive series, we read first-hand accounts by German participants and witnesses of the battle, including many descriptions published in English for the first time. Due to excessively high wrapped weight shipping is weighted on this title.



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Product Code: 25163
Author: Gareth Glover
Format: A HARDBACK FIVE VOLUME COLLECTION
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