Andrew Roberts is a British historian and journalist. He is a Visiting Professor at the Department of War Studies, King’s College London, a Roger and Martha Mertz Visiting Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and a Lehrman Institute Distinguished Lecturer at the New York Historical Society. He has written or edited nineteen books—including internationally bestselling biographies of Napoleon Bonaparte and Winston Churchill—which have been translated into 23 languages.
Interviews with Andrew Roberts
The Campaigns of Napoleon
by David G Chandler
by Duff Cooper
With Eagles to Glory: Napoleon and His German Allies in the 1809 Campaign
by John H Gill
Private Memoirs Of The Court Of Napoleon
by Louis François Joseph Bausset-Roquefort
With Napoleon in Russia: Memoirs of General de Caulaincourt, Duke of Vicenza
by Armand de Caulaincourt
How did Napoleon Bonaparte, an upstart Corsican, go on to conquer half of Europe in the 16 years of his rule? Was he a military genius? And was he really that short? Historian Andrew Roberts, author of a bestselling biography of Napoleon, introduces us to the books that shaped how he sees l’Empereur—including little-known sources from those who knew Napoleon personally.
Interviews where books by Andrew Roberts were recommended
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