The story of the dramatic two years leading to Napoleon's abdication in 1814 - in which he lost control of his empire and, ultimately, of France itself.
Munro Price is a historian of modern French and European history, with a special focus on the French Revolution, and is Professor of Modern European History at Bradford University. His publications include The Fall of the French Monarchy: Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette and the baron de Breteuil, which won the 2002 Franco-British Society Literary Prize, and The Perilous Crown: France between Revolutions (2007). His most recent book (with Stanley Price), The Road to Apocalypse: the Extraordinary Journey of Lewis Way (2011) was shortlisted for the Wingate-Jewish Quarterly Prize. A regular reviewer for The Sunday Times, The Sunday Telegraph, History Today, and BBC History Magazine, he has also appeared on Radio 4, on French radio, and on BBC2's Reputations series.