Seventy images for Hundred Days, a book, an exhibition, a new way to learn about Waterloo and the end of Napoleon

Two hundred years ago Napoleon escaped from the little island of Elba… How many books, exhibitions, historical novels… had you read about that event, about these “Hundred Days”, the landing at Golfe Juan, the battle of Waterloo?…

Don´t answer.

Just read the sample that Hibernian soldier books offers to you. There you will discover a new and easy way to learn History. A book but as well an exhibition that will show you  the battle that changed History from new and original points of view.

If you -teacher, scholar, researcher, librarian, simple reader, fan of the napoleonic wars…- purchase “Seventy images for hundred days” we can assure you that you will get quality information about these awesome events…

In our book, seventy different images of historical weapons, engravings, documents, military figurines… will show you new faces, new objects, new subjects on that decisive historical fact. And all that without leaving home!

There are other ways to learn more on the historical subject that will be the paramount cultural event of the year 2015, but there are none so complete, so easy and so cheap to get quality information on Waterloo, the greatest victory of Lord Wellington, the highest hour of Napoleon…

Napoleon says: here it is your free sample of “Seventy images for hundred days”Image of Epinal. Napoleon at Marengo (c. 1830). Thge Reding collection

Seventy images for 100 days, sample 

Try it and you will be in the correct side of this bicentenary of Waterloo!

How to purchase “Seventy images for hundred days”:

The different Amazon stores offer you this book at the lowest prizes. It is just one click beyond

What more do you need to get a permanent exhibition to remeber Waterloo?



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