Soldiers of the French Army in 1814

The Campaign of France, from Champagne to Paris

Between January and April of 1814, Champagne and the Brie region of France was the site of Napoleon Bonaparte's last victories. As the head of an army which had been profoundly weakened by war with Spain and the Russian campaign, the Emperor made a last-ditch effort to resist the invasion of European armies and preserve his throne.
Publication date:
December 2014
Publisher :
Histoire et Collections
Language:
English
Series :
Men and Battles
Illustration :
Highly illustrated

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Paperback
ISBN : 9782352503743

Dimensions : 240 x 200 mm
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£17.50
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Overview
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Between January and April of 1814, Champagne and the Brie region of France was the site of Napoleon Bonaparte's last victories. As the head of an army which had been profoundly weakened by war with Spain and the Russian campaign, the Emperor made a last-ditch effort to resist the invasion of European armies and preserve his throne. This richly illustrated exploration of those critical few months sheds light on the trials and tribulations of a dying empire.