Part of the Foulsham Henty Library. G.A. Henty, master of the historical novel, tells the thrilling story of the battle of Waterloo, through the eyes of Ralph Conway, a young officer of the famous 28th, who fought with the courage and daring that finally won the day. It is a story of drama, danger, and gallant deeds; above all a human story of a young man who, in war and peace, dared all and strove heroically for what he held to be right.
Carefully edited and slightly abridged.
A good copy, tightly bound in original blue cloth-covered boards, with gilding to the cover and spine. Very light foxing on page edges. In an illustrated, slightly worn and price-clipped dust jacket.