Napoléon à Waterloo

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Editions De Krijger, Jul 1, 2005 - History - 280 pages
This book draws on local knowledge the author has assembled. It's a phenominal resource for the serious Napoleonic scholar Here for the first time together in a single work are, the names of all the officers, English, Brunswickers, French, Hessians, Dutch, Belgian and Prussian killed during the campaign, the narrative of local man, John-Baptiste Cloquet, an inhabitant of Braine-l' Alleud, of Napoleon at Waterloo, the writings of Brazilian poet Casimiro of Abreu while he was 14 years old, and exceptional watercolors and drawings by Leon Govers - to name just a few!

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