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26. Oktober 2015

Vienna 1815: The Congress That Never Worked

Adam Zamoyski, Historiker, Fellow Royal Society of Literature


Adam Zamoyski is an award-winning British historian and author of the best-selling epic 1812. Napoleon’s Fatal March on Moscow and its sequel Rites of Peace. The Fall of Napoleon and the Congress of Vienna.

Zamoyski has published several other acclaimed books, on key figures and aspects of European and world history. His books have been translated into Russian, Chinese, Swedish, Portuguese, Spanish, Serbian and Italian.  Furthermore, Zamoyski’s comprehensive history of Poland, The Polish Way, not only featured in the best-seller lists for several weeks when it came out in 1987, but has never been out of print since.

He is also a distinguished commentator and reviewer, contributing to all the major British papers and periodicals, as well as lecturing widely in England, Europe and the United States. He is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, of the Royal Society of Arts, and of the Royal Society of Literature. (Text/Image: