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Waterloo - German

A Guide to the Battlefield. Pitkin Guides

By (author) David J. Howarth
Translated by Gisela Parker
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Pavilion Books, Andover, United Kingdom
Imprint: Pitkin Publishing
Published: 1st Nov 1992
Dimensions: w 178mm h 250mm
Weight: 120g
ISBN-10: 0853725438
ISBN-13: 9780853725435
Barcode No: 9780853725435
A German translation of the bestselling Pitkin Guide to the Battle of Waterloo.

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An earlier documentary of a later battle, D-Day (1963) was foreworded with Mr. Howarth's remarks that "military histories of battles. . . do not usually tell what individual soldiers saw or did or what they thought or felt or feared" which is what interests him. Once again he has imparted the shape that a battle takes for the individual soldier on the field. Via the foot-soldier, there are significant and involving new views of the Battle of Waterloo as well as revealing approaches to the confusing, idiosyncratic orders of that day. One understands many conditions of the conflict in the soldier's terms as he shows the armies' gallantry and awkwardness with contrapuntal clarity. All of this has been smoothly integrated along with some new insights - as directed for example to the enigma of Ney's disastrous charge on that afternoon. Invigorating and graphic popular history, which will be implemented with many illustrations (color and black and white) and maps in a handsome book. (Kirkus Reviews)