Napoleon fought the Austrians at Wagram
In 1809, as Napoleon fought the Austrians at Wagram, the war in Spain and Portugal continued to rage. The French had inflicted several heavy defeats on Spanish field armies, but now they faced a popular insurgency as well as a well-trained Anglo-Portuguese army led by British general Lord Wellington. The Peninsular War, as it became known, became Napoleon’s ‘bleeding ulcer’, or his Vietnam, costing his empire nearly quarter of a million soldiers, in a war that looked increasingly unwinnable.
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