Les Quatre-Bras - 16 Juin 1815
Les Quatre-Bras - June 16, 1815  (in French)
Les Quatre-Bras - June 16, 1815  (in French)
Les Quatre-Bras - June 16, 1815  (in French)
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June 1815. It is almost three months since the Emperor returned to Paris. Banished from the nations, he knows that a new invasion of France is near; the only chance of avoiding it lies in the attack on the Prussian and Dutch-British concentrations. To do this we must prevent them from meeting and beat them separately. On June 15, imperial troops seized Charleroi. Napoleon took command of the right wing, charged with pursuing the Prussians, and entrusted that of the left wing to Marshal Ney. For the "Redhead", this last command-in-chief will lead him to confront Wellington and his heroic Dutch-Belgian allies. Far from being a second-rate fight, the Battle of Quatre-Bras could have changed the course of this Belgian campaign, but history would have it otherwise ...

Note: For his thirdth edition, this book has been reworked and offers new illustrations, as well as an unpublished full page drawing by Patrick Courcelle.