Huw J. Davies is a senior lecturer in Defence Studies at King's College, London, and Deputy Dean of Academic Studies at the Joint Services Command and Staff College in Shrivenham. He is the author of Wellington's Wars: The Making of a Military Genius.
Spying for Wellington is a triumph of research, analysis,
and writing and will be the standard work on the subject for
decades. Of all the literature that has been devoted to the
Napoleonic wars, nothing comes close to this monumental
contribution to the field."" - Michael V. Leggiere, author of
Blucher: Scourge of Napoleon
""Spying for Wellington is a keystone reinterpretation of the British army of the Napoleonic Wars. It shines new light on a crucial and yet largely overlooked aspect of warfare: intelligence collection and application."" - Alexander Mikaberidze, author of The Burning of Moscow: Napoleon's Trial by Fire 1812