I have to agree with the previous comments, the main reason why I have a new found interest is because of Chandler's book which I recieved as a birthday present two summers ago. My appettite for more information on the era, since I read Campaigns, has been insatiable. Before I start reading a book detailing a specific campaign of Naps, I read Chandlers's Campaigns to give me an over view. I have expanded my library quite rapidly, including Books by, Digby Smith, Gates, Etling, the West Point Nap Atlas, Haythornewaite(?), Bowden, some Osprey books, autobiographies and several biographies which are either overtly anti-Napoleon or pro Napoleon. I think Chandler was pretty even handed in his approach, but that is a point of view from where I am standing and everyone else is standing in a different spot. Respectfully, David.