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     130 BOOKS ON 1 DVD     

These books are an absolute must for your Napoleonic reference library.  The following 130 books are included on 1 DVD:


v The Dispatches of Field Marshall The Duke of Wellington, during his various campaigns in India, Denmark, Portugal, Spain, The Low Countries, and France, from 1799 to 1818; compiled from official an authentic documents (13 Volumes) - 1837 (over 7,800 pages);


v Life of Field Marshall His Grace The Duke of Wellington (2 Volumes – Volumes 2 & 3) – 1839 (1087 pages);


v The Life of Arthur First Duke of Wellington (including battle maps on Plates) – 1862 (727 pages);


v Wellington and Waterloo – 1898 (280 pages);


v Life of the Most Noble Arthur Marquis of Wellington – 1800s


v Personal Reminiscences of the First Duke of Wellington – 1904 (409 pages);


v The Wellington Memorial, Wellington his Comrades and Contemporaries – 1897 (370 pages); and


v The Life and times of the Late Duke of Wellington (2 Volumes) – 1800s (380 pages).



v The Dispatches and Letters of Vice Admiral Lord Viscount Nelson 1777 to 1805 (7 Volumes) – 1845 (over 3800 pages);

v The Barker Collection; Manuscripts of and relating to Admiral Lord Nelson – 1913 (50 pages);


v Horation Nelson and the Naval Supremacy of England – 1892 (359pages);


v Horatio Nelson, England’s Sailor Hero – 1905 (412 pages);


v The Letters of Lord Nelson to Lady Hamilton, Volume 1 & 2 (in one book) – 1814 (537 pages);


v The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson – 1906 (271 pages);


v Nelson and his Captains – 1902 (322 pages);


v Nelson’s Hardy, His Life, Letters and Friends – 1909 (310 pages);


v Nelson’s Lady Hamilton – 1906 (376 pages);


v The Nelson’s of Burnham Thorpe – 1911 (306 pages);


v The Story of Nelson and Wellington – early 1900s (136 pages); and


v Logs of the Great Sea Fights; Lord Howe’s Actions, Battle of St Vincent, Battle of Camperdown – 1899 (345 pages);


v Memoirs of Emma, Lady Hamilton, The Friend of Lord Nelson and the Court of Naples – 1910;


v Nelson – J K Laughton – 1904;


v The Nelson Memorandum – 1910;


v Nelson’s Last Diary – 1917;


v Nelson’s Words and Deeds – W C Russell 1890;


v The Nelson Whom Briton’s Love;


v Pictures from the Life of Nelson – W C Russell 1897;


v The Sailors whom Nelson led – E Fraser 1906;


v Admiral Duncan – 1898;


v The Enemy at Trafalgar – E Fraser 1906.



v The Bonaparte Letters and Despatches, Secret, Confidential, and Official; from the Originals in his Private Cabinet (2 Volumes) – 1846 (800 pages);

v The Confidential Correspondence of Napoleon Bonaparte with his Brother Joseph, Sometime King of Spain (2 Volumes) – 1856 (770 pages);


v The Imperial Guard of Napoleon – 1852 (310 pages);


v Life of Napoleon Bonaparte (4 Volumes) – 1896 (1149 pages);


v Memoirs of General Count Rapp, First Aide-Camp to Napoleon – 1823 (431 pages);


v Napoleon’s Marshalls – 1909 (373 pages);


v Talks of Napoleon at St Helena with General Baron Courgaud – 1904 (292 pages);


v The Women Bonapartes; the Mother and Three Sisters of Napoleon I, Volume 1 – 1909 (376 pages);


v With Napoleon at Waterloo; and other unpublished documents of the Waterloo and Peninsular Campaigns – 1911 (249 pages);


v With Napoleon at St Helena;


v Bonaparte and the French People under his Consulate;


v A description of the series of Medals struck at the National Medal Mint by order of Napoleon Bonaparte – Capt J C Laskey 1818;


v A Dictionary of Napoleon and his Times – H N B Richardson 1920;


v The Downfall of Napoleon – Sir W Scott;


v From Boulogne to Austerlitz, Napoleon’s Campaign of 1805 – Lt Col R G Burton 1912;


v Historical and Secret Memoirs of the Empress Josephine (2 Volumes) – M A Le Normand 1852;


v Life and Campaigns of Napoleon Bonaparte;


v Memoirs of Emanuel Augustus Dieudonne, Count De las Caras, communicated by himself – 1818;


v Memoirs of the Emperor Napoleon (3 Volumes) – Mme Junot 1901;


v Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of Napoleon Bonaparte (2 Volumes) – 1841;


v The Napoleon Dynasty: or the History of the Bonaparte Family – 1852;


v Napoleon’s Brothers – A H Atteridge 1909;


v Napoleon’s Mother – E M Cope 1910;


v Reminiscences of Army Life, Napoleon Bonaparte – A J D Villargennes 1884;


v Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte (4 Volumes) – L A F DeBourrienne 1905.



v The Adventures of a Soldier; or Memoirs of Edward Costello, K.S.F. formerly a Non-Commissioned Officer in the Rifle Brigade, and late Captain in the British Legion – 1841 (410 pages);

v A British Rifleman, The Journals and Correspondence of Major George Simmons, Rifle Brigade, during the Peninsular War and the Campaign of Waterloo – 1899 (386 pages);


v Cavalry in the Waterloo Campaign – 1895 (203 pages);


v An Historical Account of the Battle of Waterloo – 1817 (84 pages);


v History of the War in the Peninsular and in South France from 1807 to 1814 – 1800s (792 pages);


v The Journal of an Army Surgeon during the Peninsular War – 1800s (181 pages);


v Memoirs of British Generals distinguished during the Peninsular War (2 Volumes) – 1856 (719 pages);


v The Military Memoirs of an Infantry Officer 1809 to 1816 – 1833 (472 pages);


v The Military adventures of Charles O’Neil, a soldier in the Army of Lord Wellington – 1851 (258 pages);


v A Narrative of the Campaign of the British Army in Spain commanded by His Excellency, Lieut-General Sir John Moore, K.B. – 1809 (324 pages);


v A Narrative of the Peninsular War – 1839 (451 pages);


v The Private Journal of Judge-Advocate Larpent, attached to the Headquarters of Lord Wellington during the Peninsular War – 1854 (580 pages);


v Recollections of Rifleman Harris (Old 95th) with Anecdotes of his Officers and his Comrades – 1848 (282 pages);


v Stories of Waterloo – 1833 (384 pages);


v A Voice from Waterloo; A History of the Battle fought on the 18th June 1815 – 1877 (280 pages);


v The War Drama of the Eagles; Napoleon’s Standard-Bearers on the Battlefield in Victory and Defeat from Austerlitz to Waterloo a record of hard fighting, heroism and adventure – 1912 (444 pages);


v Waterloo En Images (in French with photographic pictures of the various sites) – early 1900s (132 pages);


v With Moore at Corunna – 1898 (384 pages);


v History of the War in the Peninsular and the South of France (6 Volumes) – Maj Gen W F P Napier;


v General Crauford and his Light Division – A H Crauford;


v Hamilton’s Campaign with Moore and Wellington during the Peninsular War – 1847;


v The History of Lord Seaton’s Regiment (The 52nd Light Infantry) at the Battle of Waterloo (2 Volumes) – Rev W Leeke 1866;


v History of the War in France and Belgium in 1815 – Capt W Siborne;


v The Life of Lord Hill GCB – Rev E Sidney 1845;


v Memoir of the Early Campaigns of the Duke of Wellington in Portugal and Spain – 1820;


v Memoirs of the War in Spain (2 Volumes) – Marshall Suchet 1829;


v Recollections of a Peninsular Veteran – Lt Col J Anderson 1913;


v Recollections of Sir G B L’Estrange – 1814;


v Stories of Waterloo and other Tales (3 Volumes) – 1829;


v The Subaltern – G R Cleig 1872;


v A Week at Waterloo in 1815, Lady De Lancey’s Narrative – Maj B R Ward 1906;


v The Battle of Waterloo, also of Ligny, and Quatre-Bras, described by the series of accounts published by authority, with circumstantial details, by a near observer – 1817;


v The Waterloo Roll Call – C Dalton 1904.




The DVD has been compiled from professionally scanned original books which are not under copyright – in effect you will be reading the original books but on your computer screen.  All the books are in PDF format under Adobe – if you don’t have Adobe on your computer system then a free copy of the latest version of ‘Adobe Reader’ can be downloaded from  

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