"A well-researched and original history...Hamilton-Williams tells a stirring story, revealing much new material." ––Kirkus Reviews
In this riveting study, acclaimed Napoleonic expert David Hamilton-Williams offers a bold new assessment of the real causes of the emporer's decline. He sheds new historical light on the well-organized deceit and betrayal that riddled Napoleon's military and political campaigns.
DAVID HAMILTON-WILLIAMS (West Sussex, England) is one of the world's foremost Napoleonic researchers. His acclaimed Waterloo: New Perspectives, available from Wiley, was chosen as a Military Book Club main selection.
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Hamilton- Williams undercuts his argument that the allies should have accepted Napoleon's protestations of peace by noting that ``if he, Napoleon, could beat Wellington and Blucher...all that had been lost since 1812 might be regained.'' He also neglects the possibility that the Allies, after mor...| Read Full Review of The Fall of Napoleon: The Fin...
In this extraordinary revisionist history, a sequel to Waterloo, British historian Hamilton-Williams offers a startling new perspective on Napoleon Bonaparte's rise and fall.| Read Full Review of The Fall of Napoleon: The Fin...
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