This concise book offers an interesting perspective of the British mounted arm during the campaign which ended Napoleon's bid to reposition himself on the throne of France. The ranks of infantry glued to the muddy ridge at Waterloo sealed his fate, but the horse soldiers played no small part. This analysis has been written by a famous British soldier-Sir Evelyn Wood.
Cavalry of the Waterloo Campaign
1998 Worley Publications UK - facsimile of 1895 edition