Cover of: A week at Waterloo | De Lancey, Magdalene Lady

About the Edition

"One woman's true story of war, love, and loss." "Magdalene De Lancey fought to save her husband's life on the edge of the battlefield at Waterloo. American-born William was one of the first professional officers in the British army and the Duke of Wellington's chief-of-staff." "Magdalene's heartrending account of her struggle to nurse her husband was written as a letter to her brother and has a striking immediacy. Any woman who has ever waited for a husband at war or nursed the man she loves will empathize with Magdalene's fears, hopes, and sorrow."--Jacket.

Edition Notes

Originally published: 1906.

Includes bibliographical references.

Classifications

Library of Congress
DC241.5 .D3 2008

The Physical Object

Pagination
xxx, 62 pages :
Number of pages
62

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL26340364M
Internet Archive
isbn_9780955572982
ISBN 10
0955572983
ISBN 13
9780955572982
OCLC/WorldCat
238899426
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