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By Ian Fletcher

This is often the tale of the Waterloo crusade from the viewpoint of the British military. Uniquely, it starts with the break-up of Wellington's military on the finish of the Peninsular struggle, maintains with the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, after which examines the battling that undefined, as Wellington's military driven directly to Paris

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