Wellington's Peninsular Victories: Busaco, Salamanca, Vitoria, Nivelle
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Wellington's Peninsular Victories: Busaco, Salamanca, Vitoria, Nivelle

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In the course of the Peninsular War, Wellington became the most celebrated general in British history. This book offers a narrative account of the Peninsular Campaign from 1809-1814 - its victories, difficulties and set-backs. There are full-scale accounts of the four battles - Busaco, Salamanca, Vitoria and the Nivelle - in which Wellington defeated his principal opponent...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published February 1st 1997 by Windrush Press (first published 1963)
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Mick Maye
Concise study of the main 4 victories by Wellington in Spain. Namely Busaco, Salamance, Vitoria and the Nivelle. Very good,
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