Warfare in Pictures Gallery
Situated in St. Juliaan village at Vancouver Corner, the Brooding Soldier memorial is a 35ft-high statue of a Canadian soldier with bowed heads and hands resting on arms reversed. The memorial was carved from a single shaft of granite
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Dates in History
Battle of Leipzig ends
19th October 1813
The Battle of Leipzig or Battle of the Nations, fought between the 16th and 19th October 1813, was one of the most decisive defeats suffered by Napoleon I. The battle involved over 600,000 soldiers, making it the largest battle in Europe prior to World War I.
Following the defeat, Napoleon returned to France, while the Allies kept their momentum, invading France early the next year. Napoleon was forced to abdicate, and was exiled to Elba that spring.
(Hardback - 352 pages)
by Digby Smith
A brilliant account of the largest battle of the Napoleonic Wars that includes numerous eyewitness testimonies. Te book charts the course of the battle hour by hour. The crucial three-day battle of Leipzig, known to posterity as the Battle of the Nations, was the biggest battle of the Napoleonic Wars.…
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