|Battle of Quatre Bras|
The book is divided in two parts. The first deals with the return of Napoleon, the set up of the campaign and examines in detail the events of the 14th - 18th June. Careful consideration is given to the plans and thinking of both sides of the battles as well as reflections and retrospectives at certain points.
The second part of the book deals with the Allied invasion of France and the capture and exile of Napoleon.
Finally, the appendices deal with the various OOB of the armies involved as well as a nice little piece on "Could Grouchy have saved Napoleon?".
Overall, it seems to present a reasonably balanced view of all the parties involved and contributions made by various nations. It highlights errors made by leaders from all sides as well as what was done well. I found it easy to read and informative. There are a number of small maps of smaller parts of the action, but no other illustrations.
Amazon has some reprints of the book at a modest price. The image on the right links to the page where you can order a copy.
If you can find a copy, get it. Its a handy little tome for anyone interested in the era.