Evening all, The âWaterloo 1815â thread running over in the NAAFI got me thinking (always a bad sign) of those less celebrated Napoleonic era generals. Gebhard Leberecht von BlÃ¼cher, the Prussian loony gets more than a few mentions over there and whilst I realise he is well celebrated, the majority of the views on show were very pro-Wellesley or anti-Napoleon. Which generals of the time to you regard as overlooked by history in the greater scheme of things? I'm thinking along the lines of Sir John Moore or Marshal Suchet. Iâd, obviously from the avatar, go for Archduke Charles of Austria; a fine commander and the first man to hand the Grande ArmÃ©e a defeat at Asspern-Essling. Whom else apart from the obvious (Napoleon & Wellington) do you rate or think has been dealt a dodgy hand by history?