By Andrew W Field
Napoleon in his memoirs accused Grouchy, like Marshal Ney, of a chain of disasters in command that resulted in the French defeat, and plenty of next historians have taken an analogous line. this can be one of many long-standing controversies that Andrew box explores in interesting element. Grouchy's wide description of his operations varieties the spine of the narrative, supplemented by way of different French resources and people of Prussian eyewitnesses.
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Grouchy's Waterloo: The Battles of Ligny and Wavre by Andrew W Field