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Waterloo 1815: The Birth of Modern Europe by Geoff Wootten15
Jena 1806: Napoleon Destroys Prussia by David G. Chandler20
Leipzig 1813: The Battle of the Nations by Peter Hofschröer25
New Orleans 1815: Andrew Jackson Crushes the British by Tim Pickles28
Aspern & Wagram 1809: Mighty Clash of Empires by Ian Castle33
Salamanca 1812: Wellington Crushes Marmont by Ian Fletcher48
Eggmühl 1809: Storm Over Bavaria by Ian Castle56
Vittoria 1813: Wellington Sweeps the French from Spain by Ian Fletcher59
Badajoz 1812: Wellington's bloodiest siege by Ian Fletcher65
Marengo 1800: Napoleon's Day of Fate by David Hollins70
Lützen & Bautzen 1813: The Turning Point by Peter Hofschrorer87
Vimeiro 1808: Wellesley's First Victory in the Peninsular by Rene Chartrand90
Bussaco 1810: Wellington Defeats Napoleon's Marshals by Rene Chartrand97
Fuentes de Oñoro 1811: Wellington's Liberation of Portugal by Rene Chartrand99
Austerlitz 1805: The Fate of Empires by Ian Castle101
Toulon 1793: Napoleon's First Great Victory by Robert Forczyk153
Trafalgar 1805: Nelson's Crowning Victory by Gregory Fremont-Barnes157
Assaye 1803: Wellington's Bloodiest Battle by Simon Millar166

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  1. Corunna 1809: Napoleonic Battles by Philip J. Haythornthwaite (2001)
  2. Napoleon's Campaigns in Italy by Philip J. Haythornthwaite (1993)
  3. The Napoleonic Wars 1: The Rise of the Emperor 1805-1807 by Todd Fisher (2001)
  4. Journal of the Waterloo Campaign by General Cavalie Mercer (1969)
  5. Rorke's Drift 1879: 'Pinned Like Rats in a Hole' by Ian Knight (1996)
  6. Incomparable: Napoleon's 9th Light Infantry Regiment (General Military) by Terry Crowdy (2012)
  7. Austerlitz 1805 by Christopher Duffy (1977)
  8. Napoleon's Conquest of Prussia, 1806 by F. Loraine Petre (1972)
  9. A History of the Peninsular War Volume I 1807-1809 From the Treaty of Fontainebleau to the Battle of Corunna by Charles Oman (1995)
  10. Napoleon's Imperial Headquarters 1: Organization and Personnel by Ronald Pawly (2004)
  11. Napoleon's Last Campaign in Germany, 1813 by F. Loraine Petre (1974)
  12. Corunna (Great Battles) by Christopher Hibbert (1961)
  13. Wellington at Waterloo by Jac Weller (1967)
  14. Wellington In The Peninsula 1808-1814 by Jac Weller (1962)
  15. The Peninsular War: A New History by Charles Esdaile (1980)

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