Chicago, 1st ed., 1991. V + 266 pp., 16 cold., plates + b&w ills. D.j., 26 x 19cm. FINE. This is the most complete and thorough study of the Poles and Saxons during the wars of Napoleon, including their organisation, uniforms, and accounts of their performance on the battlefield. From the desperate action of a handful of Poles defending a Spanish fortress to vast armies racing off to determine the fate of Europe, this lavishly illustrated work is researched from sources previously unavailable to any but the most ardent historian and it has no equal in any language.