Every great General has flaws and Napoleon is clearly no exception. The closest thing to a flawless general there has ever been is Alexander the Great and he's only considered so because he died before he could lose. Yes, the 1812 Russian Campaign is - in my view - the biggest military disaster of the period. But for every Russian Campaign, he had an Austerlitz. If not the greatest of all time, he is the greatest of the period.
Napoleon DID blunder massive in the 1812 campaign and any rational assessment of his ability must make some allowance for that..
Napoleon was a more Flawed General that Wellington ? True of False?