History of War

History of War


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On 11 April 1814 Napoleon abdicated the throne and, as a result of the Treaty of Fontainebleau, was exiled to the small Mediterranean island of Elba. A mere two years earlier he had launched an Invasion of Russia, which had ended in disaster when his
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Two centuries ago this month, Napoleon Bonaparte died while exiled on an obscure island in the South Atlantic, St Helena. It was without doubt a pitiful end for a leader who had singlehandedly changed the course of history. After his defeat at Waterl
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16th Century Dutch Sword
The 80 Years’ War (1568-1648) was the prolonged, bloody attempt by the ‘Seventeen Provinces’ of the Habsburg Netherlands to gain freedom from Spanish rule. Although the provinces consisted of territory that now encompasses modern Belgium, Luxembourg