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Napoleon"s war in Spain

J. TranieМЃ

Napoleon"s war in Spain

the French peninsular campaigns, 1807-1814

by J. TranieМЃ

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Published by Arms and Armour Press in London, Harrisburg, Pa .
Written in English

  • Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821 -- Military leadership.,
  • Peninsular War, 1807-1814.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJ. Tranie and J.-C. Carmigniani ; from the notes and manuscripts of Henry Lachouque ; with original illustrations by Louis de Beaufort ; translated by Janet S. Mallender and John R. Clements ; foreword by David G. Chandler.
    ContributionsCarmigniani, Juan Carlos., Lachouque, Henry, 1883-
    LC ClassificationsDC231 .T713 1982
    The Physical Object
    Pagination191 p. :
    Number of Pages191
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3880995M
    ISBN 100853685061
    LC Control Number81208224

    The Peninsular War was probably the worst mistake Napoleon Bonaparte made during his lengthy reign over France - the attempted subjugation of Portugal in a bid to tighten his trade blockade of Britain.. To get at Portugal, Bonaparte had to trick his ally Spain into allowing a French army under General Jean-Andoche Junot to move through its territory. Italy - Italy - The Napoleonic empire, – Soon after Napoleon claimed the title of emperor in , the Italian Republic became a kingdom, proclaimed on Ma Napoleon, as king of Italy, appointed his stepson, Eugène de Beauharnais, as viceroy and Antonio Aldini as secretary of state, forcing Melzi to step aside. Although Italian autonomy remained limited, Napoleon’s.

      Ellen Lloyd - - Considered by many historians to be one of the greatest military leaders of all time, Napoleon Bonaparte () conquered most of Europe with an array of insightful tactics. There is no doubt that his military expansion changed the world, but Napoleon’s invasion of Russia in was a military fiasco and the beginning of the Emperor’s ending carrier. In , the War of the Fifth Coalition began when Austria declared war on Napoleon. In the early phases of the war, the Austrians had advantage of the war, but later the French captured Vienna, ending the Fifth Coalition. At the height of his power in , Napoleon had controlled France, Spain, northern Italy, Germany, all the way to on: Europe, Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, .

    Napoleon had also re-obtained the North American province of Louisiana from Spain in However, the loss of Haiti made Louisiana strategically undesirable, and with war again on the horizon with Great Britain, Napoleon was willing to agree to the Louisiana Purchase in Although Francisco Franco, a Spanish dictator, and Napoleon, a character from the book Animal Farm, saw power in harsh leadership, the overwhelming domination in influence over their followers led to flawed decision making, such as going against all of their .

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This book is a fantastic single volume overview of Napoleon's war in Spain from top to bottom. The book is beautifully written in a very clear and flowing prose. It is written in such a way that one does not have to be a West Point graduate in order to understand the battles and campaigns but at the same time military historians and soldiers could learn a lot from the s: 4.

In this definitive account of the Peninsular War (–14), Napoleon’s six-year war against Spain, Ronald Fraser examines what led to the emperor’s devastating defeat against the popular opposition—the guerrillas—and their British and Portuguese allies/5(7).

In this definitive account of the Peninsular War (), Napoleons six-year war against Spain, Ronald Fraser examines what led to the emperors devastating defeat against the popular opposition the guerrillas and their British and Portuguese allies/5.

The war between Napoleon and his enemy in Spain and Portugal probably gets more coverage than it merits in England, but this is the book to read to bring yourself up to speed.

It announced Gates to the public and is a story of political folly and military warnings. In the Legions of Napoleon - the Memoirs of a Polish Officer in Spain and RussiaHenrich von memoirs of a Polish officer from a German background who served with the French fromcovering the four years he spent in Spain and the disastrous invasion of Russia of   Napoleon's Cursed War: Spanish Popular Resistance in the Peninsular War Hardcover – 17 April by Ronald Fraser (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.

See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from 5/5(2). Napoleon's War in Spain: French Peninsular Campaigns, (French) Hardcover – 14 May by Henry Lachouque (Author), etc.

(Author), J. Clements (Translator) & 0 more/5(4). Before France invaded Spain in Octoberthe two countries were allies. However, Spain was not the reliable ally Napoleon wished for. Factions in the Spanish court were pushing the King towards abandoning the French alliance and launching an invasion across the Pyrenees.

Napoleon’s Blackguards, an action-filled adventure story set along the ancient pilgrimage route the Camino de Compostela of northern Spain, follows these events. The war in Spain, which Napoleon Author: Stephen Mcgarry.

Napoleon's War in Spain by Henry Lachouque,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(2). Peninsular War, Spanish Guerra de la Independencia (“War of Independence”), (–14), that part of the Napoleonic Wars fought in the Iberian Peninsula, where the French were opposed by British, Spanish, and Portuguese on’s peninsula struggle contributed considerably to his eventual downfall; but until the conflict in Spain and Portugal, though costly.

The Napoleonic Wars ( - ) brought upheaval and destruction to Europe on an unprecedented scale. This is the story of the first half of those wars, when Napoleon. Napoleon's Blackguards, a novel by Stephen McGarry, set in Spain during the Napoleonic Wats about the travails of an elite unit of Napoleon's Irish Legion.

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The French 'invasion by stealth' of her uneasy ally Spain, and the final proclamation of Napoleon's brother Joseph as king, led to the spontaneous outbreak of a war of resistance in May that would rage for six years.

Despite Napoleon's clear advantage, the Spanish Army was never completely destroyed, their stubborn resistance typified by epic sieges at Zaragoza and Gerona and nationwide.

At Vitoria, Spain, a massive allied British, Portuguese, and Spanish force under British General Arthur Wellesley routs the French, effectively ending the Peninsular War. A definitive account of the Peninsular War (), Napoleon's six-year war against Spain, this book examines what led to the emperor's devastating defeat against the popular opposition - the It offers a distinct vision of "Napoleon's Vietnam".

The Peninsular War was one of Napoleon’s greatest blunders, leading to seven years of warfare and ending with an invasion of France, but it began with a an almost effortless occupation of Madrid, Old Castile and the fortresses on the Pyrenees, followed by a cynical but well managed abduction of the Spanish royal family.

Spain was officially allied with France at the time of the French. InNapoleon's rivalry with Britain led to an ill-fated intervention in Portugal and Spain, that sparked a nationalist revolt against the French.

At Bailén Napoleon's Empire suffered its. And the cases where Napoleon does initiate a war seem largely to do with enforcing the ‘Continental System’—his attempt to weaken Britain economically by blocking trade—rather than building an empire for empire’s sake.

Precisely, yes. He didn’t believe in empire for empire’s sake; he recognised that he could overstretch French resources very dangerously and very easily.

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2 (Men-at-arms) by René Chartrand and Bill Younghusband | 24 Sep out of 5 stars 4.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tranié, J. Napoleon's war in Spain. London ; Harrisburg, Pa.: Arms and Armour Press, (OCoLC)  Napoleon Bonaparte (), also known as Napoleon I, was a French military leader and emperor who conquered much of Europe in the early 19th century.

After seizing political power in France.