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Each month we present an important recent book, and every week we report on recent publications.
You can also find the books published in previous years by using the scrollbar menu at the bottom of the page. To add one or more books to your «My napoleon.org » account, click on the title(s) and then select «Add to my account».

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Works highlighted as This month’s book in 2015 

CLAYTON Tim, Bonaparte and the British: prints and propaganda in the age of Napoleon

GUENIFFEY Patrice, Bonaparte: 1769-1802

MIKABERIDZE Alexander, Russian Eyewitness Accounts of the 1807 Campaign (London: Pen & Sword, 2015)

O'CONNELL Shiela, Bonaparte and the British: prints and propaganda in the age of Napoleon

RENDALL Steven (translator), Bonaparte: 1769-1802

Other books of the year

WATERLOO 1815 - A COMMEMORATIVE ANTHOLOGY

A NEAR OBSERVER , The Battle of Waterloo, a series of accounts by a near observer, facsimile (first published 1815)

BAMFORD Andrew, With Wellington's Outposts: The Peninsular and Waterloo Letters of John Vandeleur

BATES Stephen, 1815: Regency Britain in the Year of Waterloo

CATHCART Brian, The News from Waterloo: The Race to Tell Britain of Wellington's Victory

CLANCY Patricia (translator), The Death of Napoleon

CLARKE Stephen, How the French won Waterloo (or think they did)

CRANE David, Went the Day Well?: Witnessing Waterloo

EMBLETON Gerry (illus.), Waterloo 1815 (2): Ligny

EMBLETON Gerry (illus.), Waterloo 1815 (3): Mont St Jean and Wavre

FIELD Andrew, Waterloo: The French Perspective

FIELDS Bertram, “Destiny: A Novel Of Napoleon & Josephine” (a historical romance novel)

FORREST Alan, Waterloo (Great Battles Series)

FRANKLIN John, Waterloo 1815 (2): Ligny

FRANKLIN John, Waterloo 1815 (3): Mont St Jean and Wavre

GLOVER Gareth, Waterloo in 100 Objects

HAY Daisy, Mr. and Mrs. Disraeli: A Strange Romance

HOLGATE Mike, Napoleon's Grand British Holiday: The Remarkable Story of Bonaparte and His Days on the English Riviera

LENTZ Thierry, WATERLOO 1815

LEYS Simon, The Death of Napoleon

MCCRAE Carolyn, A set of lies

MICHAELIS Richard (ed.), The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte: Emperor of the French

MUIR Rory, Wellington, Waterloo and the Fortunes of Peace 1814–1852

SCOTT Walter, The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte: Emperor of the French

SNOW Peter, SNOW Dan, The Battle of Waterloo Experience

WHITE Alasdair, The Road to Waterloo - a concise history of the 1815 campaign

WHITE-SPUNNER Barney, Of Living Valour: The Story of the Soldiers of Waterloo

WILLMS Johannes, Waterloo: Napoleons letzte Schlacht

 
     
 
 

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