The Lines Of Torres Vedras: The Cornerstone Of Wellington’S Strategy In The Peninsular War 1809-12 (The Napoleonic Library)

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In 1809 French armies controlled almost every province of Spain and only Wellington’s small force in Portugal stood between Napoleon and the conquest of Iberia.The French invaded Portugal in the summer of 1810 but found their way blocked by the most extensive field fortifications the world had ever seen – the Lines of Torres Vedras. Unable to penetrate the Lines, the French were driven back into S...

Series: The Napoleonic Library
Hardcover: 256 pages
Publisher: Frontline Books (January 20, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1473852749
ISBN-13: 978-1473852747
Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 1 x 9.3 inches
Amazon Rank: 1986643
Format: PDF ePub fb2 djvu book

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Excellent look at the lines which proved so important to the British/Portuguese forces in 1810 when the French invaded Portugal for the third time as part of Napoleon's effort to subdue the Iberian Peninsula. The author tells the story of the buildi...

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suffered the heaviest defeat yet experienced by Napoleon’s armies. The retreat from Portugal marked the turning point in the Peninsular War and, from the security of the Lines, Wellington was able to mount the offensive campaigns that swept France’s Imperial armies back across the Pyrenees.The Lines of Torres Vedras is an authoritative account of the planning, construction and occupation of the Lines and of the battles, sieges and horrors of the French invasion. It is also an important study of Wellington’s strategy during the crucial years of the war against Napoleon.‘This is a well-researched, well-written, closely argued and fascinating contribution to the historiography of the Peninsular War.’ The Spectator‘Essential reading for every Peninsula enthusiast, this is recommended highly.’ Military Illustrated