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Napoleon and His Marshalls

By A.G. Macdonnell

Napoleon created twenty-six Marshals. The narrative of this book is wound around these men, their inter-personal relationships, their triumphs, their constant bickering and their eventual failure. With Marshal jostling with Marshal for power and influence, A.G. Macdonell’s stylish account is as much a study of human drama as it is a work of military history.

For fans of Andrew Roberts, Bernard Cornwell and Simon Sebag Montefiore.


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