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People/Characters: Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher

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1815 The Waterloo Campaign, The German Victory: From Waterloo to the Fall of Napoleon by Peter Hofschröer
1815 The Waterloo Campaign: Wellington, His German Allies and the Battles of Ligny and Quatre Bras by Peter Hofschroer
Alexander of Russia: Napoleon's Conqueror by Henri Troyat
Aus eigner Kraft Lebensbilder hervorragender M©Þnner by Karsten Brandt
The Battle of Waterloo by J. Christopher Herold
The Battle of Waterloo, Containing the Accounts Published by Authority, British and Foreign, and Other Relative Doc by "A Near Observer"
The battle of Waterloo; or, a faithful and interesting history of the unparalleled events connected therewith; from the period of Bonaparte's escape from Elba, to his arrival at St. Helena. Containing a circumstantial narrative of the decisive victory obtained over the French by the allied armies, on the plains of Waterloo, June 18, 1815. Under the command of those illustrious generals, the Duke of Wellington & Prince Blucher. Collected from official documents ... Illustrated with plans of the battle,
The Battle: A New History of Waterloo by Alessandro Barbero
Blücher: Scourge of Napoleon (Campaigns and Commanders Series) by Michael V. Leggiere
Blucher and the Uprising of Prussia Against Napoleon: 1806-15 (Heroes of the Nations) by Ernest F. Henderson
BLUCHER EN PRUISISCHE GENERAALS by Rütten Marianot in English Common Knowledge
Blücher's Army 1813-15 by Peter Young
The cactus throne: The tragedy of Maximilian and Carlotta by Richard O'Connor
The Campaigns of Napoleon by David G. Chandler
Le champ de bataille de Waterloo Sur les traces de Wellington, Blücher et Napoléon ...
The Eagle's Last Triumph: Napoleon's Victory at Ligny, June 1815 by Andrew Uffindell
The Fields of Death by Simon Scarrow
The Final Act: The Roads to Waterloo by Gregor Dallas
From the Jaws of Victory by Charles M. Fairnot in English Common Knowledge
The Hussar General: The Life of Blucher, Man of Waterloo (Wordsworth Military Library) by Roger Parkinson
Journal of the Waterloo Campaign by General Cavalie Mercer
The Life and Campaigns of Field Marshal Prince Blucher by Count Gneisenaunot in English Common Knowledge
Marshal de Grouchy and the Guns of Waterloo by Bertram Ratcliffe
Mein Weg nach Waterloo. Anekdoten von Leberecht Blücher. by Walter Püschel
Napoleon and Blucher by Louise Muhlbach
Napoleon As a General by Jonathon Riley
Napoleon at bay 1814 by F. Loraine Petre
Napoleon in Berlin. Preussens Hauptstadt unter Französischer Besatzung 1806-1808 by Frank Bauernot in English Common Knowledge
Napoleon The End of Glory by Munro Pricenot in English Common Knowledge
NAPOLEON'S GRANDE ARME'E OF 1813 (Armies of the Napoleonic Wars Research Series) by Scott Bowden
The Napoleonic Wars by Gunther Rothenberg
Napoleons hundert Tage : eine Geschichte von Versuchung und Verrat by Günter Müchlernot in English Common Knowledge
The Passion of an Angel by Kasey Michaels
Sharpe's Waterloo by Bernard Cornwell
Waterloo by Christopher Hibbert
Waterloo by Andrew Robertsnot in English Common Knowledge
Waterloo by John Naylor
Waterloo 1815: The Birth of Modern Europe by Geoff Wootten
Waterloo : l'évitable défaite by Jacques Logie
Waterloo Commanders: Napoleon, Wellington and Blücher by Andrew Uffindell
Waterloo: A Near Run Thing by David Armine Howarth
Waterloo: Battle of Three Armies by Lord Chalfont
Waterloo: New Perspectives: The Great Battle Reappraised by David Hamilton-Williams
Der Weg nach Waterloo by Karl Maynot in English Common Knowledge
World Game by Terrance DicksGeneral

Character description

Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher ; December 16, 1742 – September 12, 1819), was a Prussian field marshal who led his army against Napoleon I at the Battle of the Nations at Leipzig in 1813 and at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 with the Duke of Wellington. The honorary citizen of Berlin, Hamburg and Rostock bore the nickname "Marschall Vorwärts" ("Marshal Forwards") because of his approach to warfare.

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