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The title would have been "How one man stopped the French conquest of Europe"
on 3 May 2016
The book is interesting and complete on the English side of the subject, and if the title would have been "How one man stopped the French conquest of Europe", it would have been more accurate. But the title is "How two men stopped ...", and I think that the Imperial side of the subject if it has not been neglected, doesn't have equal importance than the English. The other man was: "Prince Egene of Savoy" who is a very interesting character, at least as interesting as Marlborough, but the book don't give him, and he surely deserves it, the same importance given to Marlborough. In my opinion the book must be improved filling the facts of the other with subsequent inquirí.