ORPHAN EAGLES - POLISH ARMIES OF THE NAPOLEONIC WARS
Autore: Vincent W. Rospond
Orphan Eagles is the story of the Polish forces of the Napoleonic Wars from the plains of Italy through to the field at Waterloo. Fully illustrated with some never before seen pictures, this lists all the units, commanders and battles of the Polish-Lithuanian forces that took part in this conflict.
Orphan Eagles begins on the plains of Italy to the fields at Waterloo the Polish troops in Napoleon’s armies fought for the Emperor and the hope of restoring their ancient homeland. This book contains over 175 illustrations, most in color describing the men, arms, uniforms and battles of the Polish troops during the years 1796 – 1815. The most complete book on the Polish Armies of the Napoleonic Wars available in English. It includes a list of every battle the troops took part in and several useful maps.
Riccamente illustrato con 175 illustrazioni molte delle quali a colori
20 x 25