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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP16 Sep 2020 1:15 p.m. PST

…Napoleonic Wars: A Great Leap Forward?

"Coalition warfare was an inherent feature of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars. While national histories tend to overlook this aspect, coalition diplomacy formed a crucial part of Britain's war experience and the most important factor in the eventual victory at Waterloo.

Coalition warfare was an inherent feature of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars. While national histories tend to overlook this aspect, coalition diplomacy formed a crucial part of Britain's war experience and the most important factor in the eventual victory at Waterloo. In the interests of collective security the period witnessed the development of key organisations essential for the prosecution of allied warfare – organisations that are entirely recognisable in today's multi-national security deployments…"
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