The Peninsular War
Wordsworth Editions, 2000 - 208 páginas
The Peninsular War began in 1808 with Napoleon at the height of his power and ended with his attempted suicide in 1814. This narrative recalls the horror, excitement and drudgery of history's first guerilla war.
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