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Author: Barbara Norman
Price: 9.00 including postage and packing within the UK. Overseas postage extra.
Edition: First British.
Publishers: Severn House Publishers. London 1977
Cloth in good condition with dust-wrapper in good condition.
Description: D/J is good, with minor signs of shelf wear, small tear to top back. The book is in good used condition. A comprehensive account of the final two weeks of the 1814 campaign and the fall of Napoleon. It was Talleyrand who helped put Napoleon on the throne of France and who called him the most remarale genius to appear in hundreds of years. Napoleon lost hie Empire in April 1814, whilst Talleyrand went from despised official to the most powerful man in Europe after opening the gates of Paris to the Russian Army. Illustrated and Maps/Charts. You will receive the book seen in the image. Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall ISBN 0727803131
Book Reference: MC1674

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