Includes bibliographical references (p. 317-330) and index.
|LC Classifications||DC203 .R68 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||350 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||350|
|LC Control Number||2002318198|
NAPOLEON AND WELLINGTON [Andrew Roberts] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Napoleon meanwhile is never given the benefit of the doubt and his description of Bonaparte as both man and general is shallow. The author rightfully complains about pro-French historians denigrating Wellington, while failing to call out the hacks who see Napoleon as a forerunner to Mussolini and Stalin/5. Napoleon and Wellington is a brilliant study of character, of propaganda, of politics, of war and of history. What emerges are telling pen portraits of the two men, told in terms of their statements and actions in relation to one by: 5. Napoleon and Wellington is a brilliant study of character, of propaganda, of politics, of war and of history. What emerges are telling pen portraits of the two men, told in terms of their statements and actions in relation to one another.4/5(42).
Although Wellington saved Napoleon from execution after Waterloo, Napoleon left money in his will to the man who had tried to assassinate Wellington. Wellington in turn amassed a series of Napoleonic trophies of his great victory, even sleeping with two of the Emperor’s mistresses. Buy a cheap copy of Napoleon and Wellington book by Andrew Roberts. Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington, spent a lot of time worrying about whether Napoleon Bonaparte, the emperor of France, was a gentleman. Napoleon accused Free shipping over $/5(5). Napoleon Bonaparte and Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley never met or corresponded, and they fought only one battle directly against each other, on J The fact that it was the Battle of Waterloo, which resulted in Napoleon’s permanent removal from the French throne, cemented them together in . - Buy Napoleon and Wellington book online at best prices in India on Read Napoleon and Wellington book reviews & author details Reviews:
An award-winning historian offers an eye-opening view of the relationship between Napoleon Bonaparte and the Duke of Wellington, whose lives moved inexorably to their meeting at Waterloo, one of 4/5(1). Napoleon, who first heard of Wellington in , never showed his great rival quite the respect he deserved, let alone the respect Wellington considered his due, Roberts shows. A must-have for anyone interested in Napoleonic history, Napoleon and Wellington is an easy read, containing a wealth of information. Highly recommended, this work is destined to become a classic (NAPOLEONIC ALLIANCE GAZETTE) Roberts sets out to explore each man's contrasting qualities and their opinion of each other/5(36). Wellington and Napoleon tells the story of the convergence and final clash of two of the most brilliant commanders ever to meet on the field of battle, Wellington, his men said, "didn't know how to lose a battle." But Wellington himself admired his adversary/5.