By F Hourtouille
The fourth e-book in a good sequence from Histoire and Collections, Austerlitz covers the faous conflict, the result of which observed Napoleon on the peak of his power.
A distinctive textual content is followed through modern work and an enormous array of snap shots illustrating the uniforms and kit of the warriors of the time.
By an analogous writer and to be had from Casemate Jena-Auerstaedt: The Triumph of the Eagle Borodino-The Moskova: The conflict for the Redoubts Wagram: on the Heyday of the Empire
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