For 200 years the Napoleonic Wars have been studied and analysed as no conflict before. The wars also produced memoirs and diaries on a hitherto unparalleled scale, allowing readers to experience warfare through the eyes of privates and generals alike for the first time.
The result has been a vast body of work including some of the finest and most detailed military history books ever produced. As many of these books are now out of print, the Frontline Napoleonic Library has, once again, made them available to the general public.
In addition to the great classic works, Frontline Napoleonic Library also presents more recent and entirely new studies. Napoleonic scholarship has never been higher and many of these newer books will themselves become classics in their own right.
The Frontline Napoleonic Library continues to expand and has become acknowledged as the finest collection of works on history’s most spectacular and colourful era.