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NAPOLEON AND THE STRUGGLE FOR GERMANY: The Franco-Prussian War of 1813

NAPOLEON AND THE STRUGGLE FOR GERMANY: The Franco-Prussian War of 1813
by Leggiere, Michael

2-209370

Following Napoleon's catastrophic defeat in Russia, in the spring of 1813, Prussia, the weakest of the Great Powers, led the struggle against Napoleon as a war of national liberation. Using German, French, British, Russian, Austrian, and Swedish sources, provides a panoramic history ranging from the mobilization of the belligerents, strategy and operations to coalition warfare, diplomacy and civil-military relations.

Examines the strategy, military operations and battles in Germany from Napoleon's initial campaign which drove the Russo-Prussian army to the banks of the Oder and the verge of defeat to the epic four-day Battle of Nations at Leipzig and Napoleon's retreat to France. This study not only highlights the breakdown of Napoleon's strategy in 1813, but constitutes a fascinating study in coalition warfare, international relations, and civil-military relations.

Comprehensive two-volume military history of the German campaign during the Napoleonic Wars. Separate volumes examine the two distinctive phases of the spring and fall campaigns in 1813. An essential contribution to our broader understanding of the Napoleonic Wars and of Napoleon as a commander.

2 vol, 1399 pgs 2018 UK, CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
NEW-softcover ......$60.00 rct

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