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These letters illustrate the power of rumour in this period - an amazing array of different stories swept across the army before and after the battle, almost all about events on the French side. Generals who weren't even present are reported as leading charges, being killed or captured, a variety of fates are reported for Napoleon and hardly any of the pre-battle predictions came true. We also get an insight into the more mundane concern of the soldiers, with letters discussing family affairs, prospects for promotion, and requesting items from home. The medical letters provide a very different view of events.
Most of them are detailed discussions of medical cases, detailing treatments, survival rates and failures, often in quite gruesome detail.