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FREE READ ☆ I Stood With Wellington Ä In February 1815 after nine months in exile Napoleon Bonaparte the deposed Emperor of the French escaped from the Isle of Elba Seizing the initiative while the European powers bicker amongst themselves at the Congress of Vienna Napoleon advances towards Belgium with an enormous army where the combined forcIn February 1815 after nine months in exile Napoleon Bonaparte the deposed Emperor of the French escaped from the Isle of Elba Seizing the initiative while the European powers bicker amongst themselves at the Congress of Vienna Napoleon advances towards Belgium with an enormous army where the combined forces of Prussia and England are cantoned The French Emperor knows that if he can achieve a decisive capture in Brussels it will shatter the already fragile European allianceLeading the allies is Sir Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington; the venerable British field marshal who defe. I'm not a Napoleo

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Of a line company within the 1st Regiment of Foot Guards the elite of the British InfantryA series of indecisive clashes will lead to a collision between the two greatest military minds of the age and the bloodiest single day of the entire century as Wellington and Napoleon lead their armies to either immortality or oblivion For Captain Webster he fights for both his nation and to protect his young daughter in Brussels Along with the rest of the Guards Division he finds himself at the apex of the battle where the fate of the entire world will be decided; at a place called Waterl. James Mace pens I

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I Stood With WellingtonAted Napoleon’s best generals in Spain yet who the emperor had never personally met in battle Napoleon knows that if he can draw away Wellington’s chief Prussian ally Gebhard von Blucher and destroy his army first he can unleash his entire might against the British A victory over the unbeaten Wellington will cripple the alliance even further as it will then deprive them of both English soldiers and financingIn Belgium Captain James Henry Webster has finally returned to a line regiment after being terribly wounded at the Siege of Badajoz three years prior He is given command. James Mace in his