The Napoleonic Source Book

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Arms and Armour, 1995 - History - 414 pages
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With a brief chronological account of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars to act as a quick reference, the remaining volume provides in sharp detail a survey of the basic capabilities and use of the weaponry of the era, a review of each state's participation in those ongoing conflicts, brief biographical notices of some of the leading military leaders, an update on the development of Napoleonic literature, a glossary of military terms, and a section devoted to miscellaneous facts and figures.

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Philip J. Haythornthwaite is a military historian and author. He has written over 40 books including The Napoleonic Source Book and The Armies of Wellington.

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