Napoleonic Library WATERLOO LETTERS A Collection of Accounts from Survivors of the Campaign of 1815


This classic collection of accounts of Waterloo from those who were there was assembled in the 1840s when Captain William Sibourne was building his famous model diorama of the battle. The 180 letters sent to Sibourne cover every aspect of the struggle, including witnesses from the General Staff, cavalry, infantry and artillery, and are an invaluable record of the culminating conflict of the Napoleonic wars.

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