History of War

5 BEST BOOKS ON WATERLOO

Waterloo: Myth And Reality (Barnsley: Pen & Sword Military, 2014) Gareth Glover

Many books were released for the bicentennial of Waterloo, but few were as clearly written and as challenging as Glover’s monograph. Highlighting many myths about the battle, the author provides convincing evidence to support

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