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The nearest run thing you ever saw: the Battle of Waterloo

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  • Jeremy Black. The Battle of Waterloo: a new history. London: Icon Books, 2010
  • Asa Briggs. The age of improvement, 1783-1867. London: Longman, 1979
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  • Alfred Cobban. A history of modern France: Volume 1, the old regime and the revolution, 1715-1799. London: Jonathan Cape, 1962
  • Alfred Cobban. A history of modern France: Volume 2, from the first empire to the second republic, 1799-1871. London: Jonathan Cape, 1963
  • Stephen England. Napoleon: a political life. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2004
  • Peter Friedman. ‘General Baron Gaspard Gourgaud: a survivor of St Helena’ [http://www.napoleon.org/en/reading_room/articles/files/477967.asp, accessed 24 April 2015]
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  • Christopher Hibbert. Waterloo: Napoleon’s last campaign. Ware: Wordsworth Editions Limited, 1998
  • Christopher Hibbert. Wellington: a personal history. London: Harper Collins Publishers, 1997
  • Boyd Hilton. A mad, bad and dangerous people? England 1783-1846. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006
  • David Howarth. Waterloo: a near run thing. Moreton-in-Marsh, Glos: Windrush Press, 1997
  • David McClay, Stephanie Breen, Katie Sambrook, Roderick Beaton and Christine Kenyon Jones. Byron and politics: ‘born for opposition’.  London: King’s College London, 2013
  • National Army Museum, Waterloo 200. ‘Cavalry lance’ [http://www.nam.ac.uk/waterloo200/200-object/cavalry-lance/ accessed 28 April 2015]
  • Robin Neillands. Wellington and Napoleon: clash of arms, 1807-1815. London, John Murray (Publishers) Ltd., 1994
  • Harold Nicolson. The Congress of Vienna:  a study in allied unity, 1812-1822. London: Methuen, 1961
  • Donald Read. Peterloo: the ‘massacre’ and its background. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1973
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  • ALF Schaumann. On the road with Wellington: the diary of a war commissary in the Peninsular campaigns. London: Heinemann, 1924
  • Roland Thorne, ‘Stewart, Robert, Viscount Castlereagh and second marquess of Londonderry (1769–1822)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edn, May 2009 [http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/26507, accessed 18 May 2015]
  • Brian E Vick. The Congress of Vienna: power and politics after Napoleon. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2014
  • Charles Webster. The Congress of Vienna, 1814-1815. London: G Bell & Sons, 1950
  • Charles Webster. The foreign policy of Castlereagh, 1812-1815: Britain and the reconstruction of Europe. London: G Bell & Sons, 1931
  • Reginald James White. Waterloo to Peterloo. London: Heinemann, 1957
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