I have questions regarding the sacking of San Sebastian and Wellington:
Did both British and Portuguese troops indulge in the sacking after the assault?
Was Wellington's conduct in the aftermath of the sacking reasonable? I'm specifically referring to the statements Wellington made. Is it true that he tried to justify the sacking by saying that the populace was pro french? Is this a case of a lapse in Wellington's character or is it a case of Wellington poorly trying to firefight the political fallout the sacking caused?
@Zack White , @Rui Moura and anyone else who is knowledgeable on this subject I would love your input. Thanks in advance! 👍