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Author: Christopher Hibbert
Title: Corunna (Great Battles)
ISBN: 1842127209
ISBN13: 978-1842127209
Other Formats: lit azw mbr txt
Pages: 224 pages
Publisher: Phoenix (May 1, 2004)
Language: English
Size EPUB version: 1367 kb
Size FB2 version: 1849 kb
Category: History
Subcategory: Military

Best-selling author Christopher Hibbert offers an absorbing chronicle of the fierce and deadlyconfrontation that saved the British army from annihilation during the Napoleonic Wars, but resulted in the death of their fine general: Sir John Moore. With the aid of eyewitness accounts, modern photographs, battle plans, and maps, Hibbert paints a horrifying picture of the hardshipsand sufferings of this bitter campaign, which unfolded in Corunna, Spain on January 17th, 1809. “Fast-flowing, taut and economical...superb.”—Times Literary Supplement

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