General Sir Robert Thomas Wilson was a British general and politician who served in Flanders, Egypt, Iberian Peninsula, Prussia, and was seconded to the Imperial Russian Army in 1812. He was a sharp observer during the events of Napoleon's disastrous retreat from Moscow and was present at the Battle of Krasnoye. His first hand observations are often cited buy other historians.
Narrative of events during the invasion of Russia by Napoleon Bonaparte
1860 John Murray London