The Spanish Ulcer: A History of the Peninsular War

Norton, 1986 - 557 sider
This study assesses the opposing generals and their troops and analyzes the social and political background of the war that ranged Spanish regulars and guerrillas, the Portuguese, and British forces led by Sir John More and the Duke of Wellington againstN

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This is the best one volume treatment of the Peninsular War I've read. The sketches, (I can't call them maps), are numerous and useful. The text is clearly written. The reader gets a relatively open ... Læs hele anmeldelsen

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The Peninsular War is a unique part of the broader Napoleonic Wars. The author, David Gates, research of this theater is impressive and meticulous. He writes in great detail, about every battle and ... Læs hele anmeldelsen

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