The Man Who Broke Napoleon's Codes - Mark Urban - Google книги
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Please enter a number less than or equal to 1. In addition to writing of the code breaking and its affect on the outcome of the Peninsular War, Mr. He took active interest in advancing the careers of the chosen ones of the social elite, yet often ignored the many talented officers with great merit, but had no political or social connections. Urban does an excellent job in bringing to light this important but obscure aspect of the Peninsular War. Unfortunately, there are a few minor flaws with this otherwise fine piece of scholarship.
The Man Who Broke Napoleon's Codes : The Story of George Scovell
Urban provides numerous quotations from journals and memoirs, but only gives the scantiest of citations on where he obtained them. This is particularly frustrating for those of us who are always looking for new primary sources. Urban brings to light. I strongly recommend this book. Buy It Now.
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