“...deserves an outstanding place among the many books published about the conflict, both in Britain and the Peninsula.” Alicia Laspara, Publishers Weekly
“...a must for anyone interested in Napoleonic history...an essential guide to the conflict.” .
“This handsome collection of 160 new maps details the bloody fighting in Iberia between France, Spanish guerillas, and Britain from 1807 to 1814--the first conflict in which the British put cartographers into the field.” MHQ (Spring 2011)
“This beautiful atlas is a chronicle of the events in [the Peninsular War] from 1807 to 1814 with a detailed map of each campaign.” Tour of Duty Atlantic (March 2011)
“Lipscombe ... has produced a volume that succinctly narrates the operations that swept the length and breadth of Iberia for over seven years.” Choice Magazine (September 2011)
“A prodigious achievement.” Richard Holmes
“...this is an important and essential book for anyone interested in Napoleonic history.” Toy Soldier & Modeler Figure (April 2011)