Zamoyski's latest book Napoleon. The Man Behind the Myth was published in the UK on 18 October 2018.  The paperback in English will be released on 19 September 2019.

It was published in Germany on 18 September 2018 under the title Napoleon. Ein Leben and also appeared in the USA that month, entitled Napoleon. A Life, as well as in the Netherlands under the title Napoleon. De man achter de mythe.  The Polish edition, Napoleon. CzĹ‚owiek i mit appeared on 28 August 2019 and the French edition will be published in 2020. 

24 November 2018 : Der Spiegel nominated the German edition, Napoleon. Ein Leben, 'History Book of the Year'. 

February 2020 : Both The Last King of Poland and Holy Madness have been reissued by Weidenfeld as trade paperbacks. 

BREAKING NEWS : Adam Zamoyski now has an author platform on the new Aspects of History website as well as the magazine (published bi-monthly both as Kindle and print edition).  Articles, interviews, short stories and much more feature both online and in the printed publication.  

Articles - 2021 : 

Napoleon a Warmonger?

Napoleon a Bloodthirsty Ogre?

Zamoyski's author platform includes presentations of his books, a new article entitled 'How Poland Saved Europe from Bolshevism' and also a review of Margaret McMillan's most recent book 'War : How Conflict Shaped Us', as well as an in-depth interview discussing much about his introduction to history, his research methods and his approach to work and writing.  It also features a link to a short film about the Polish Lancers re-enactment group (on YouTube).

Upcoming Events


"Napoleon's Last Battle" - virtual discussion with Adam Zamoyski and Prof Alan Forrest, University of York, chaired by James Bramble of the British Napoleonic Bicentenary Trust. 

Free to view on youtube :


December 2021 : due to Coronavirus, talk rescheduled from 2020 to 2021 - Annual Dinner of the Metropolitan Police Military History Society. 


Recent Events


23 January 2021 "All Hell on the Eastern Front" - virtual talk during event titled "The Aftermath in Europe" - part of 2-day 'Illusions of Peace' virtual conference, organised by National Army Museum, the British Commission for Military History and the Western Front Association.

10 December 2020 : "Napoleon's Last Battle" - virtual discussion with Prof Alan Forrest, University of York, chaired by James Bramble of the British Napoleonic Bicentenary Trust. 

14 October 2020 virtual talk on Napoleon at Winchester College Studium.

22 September 2020 : virtual talk about the Battle of Warsaw, 1920 - part of the Chelsea History Festival based at the National Army Museum, London.

3 March 2020 : 'Napoleon. The Man Behind the Myth' - talk to the Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution in London.