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An authentic view of the Napoleonic Wars is presented in the form of newspaper articles printed at the time
- Personalise the cover with any name
- Featuring stunning pictorial sections of the Napoleonic Wars
- Presented in a premium handbound embossed cover
- Book made from newspaper headlines from 1805 to 1815
- The edition is tabloid size (31 x 38cm) and comes with a free premium gift box
What exactly was the general consensus in Britain towards the Napoleonic Wars while they were taking place? With the personalised Napoleonic Wars newspaper book, you’re able to find out. Featuring newspaper articles printed at the exact time, this book captures the mood and perception of the British press between 1805 and 1815, as various European coalitions attempted several times to defeat the French Empire, led by Napoleon Bonaparte, starting with the Battle of Trafalgar, and culminating with the Battle of Waterloo.
Through both newspaper clippings and stunning pictorials, this book gives an extensive, thorough view of one of the most significant periods in history as it happened, and also features Napoleon’s own account of the Battle of Waterloo, as well as an epilogue chronicling the deaths of Napoleon and the Duke of Wellington. The Napoleonic Wars book has been created specifically to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the event. It is presented in a hard-bound black leather cover, comes with a free premium gift box, and can be personalised with a name and special message to make this the perfect present for any budding historian.
How to Personalise the Napoleonic Wars Book
Personalise your book with the recipient’s name, which will be embossed onto the cover. Also add a special message to feature on the title page inside the book.
Check your personalisation: accents and other symbols cannot be used unless otherwise stated.