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Napoleon and the Campaign of 1806

The Napoleonic Method of Organisation and Command to the Battles of Jena & Auerstadt

July 14, 2009 | Trade Paperback
ISBN: 9781846777356
$22.50
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Napoleon as commander and military genius
Colonel Vachee's work, previously published under the title 'Napoleon at Work', is a somewhat different view of a great Napoleonic Campaign. Vachee takes his readers through momentous events by describing them from the perspective of the Emperor and his command structure. Thus Napoleon's strategic thoughts and instructions for implementation are explained as they were applied to the Imperial Staff, his Generals, the army as a whole and its soldiers. Each aspect of the great man's genius for war and his inspirational command of his subordinates is considered, culminating in an analysis of his management of his forces on the field of battle itself which brought about the victories of Jena and Auerstadt for the French. An important and different insight into Napoleonic warfare.

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ISBN: 9781846777356
Format: Trade Paperback
Pages: 208
Publisher: Leonaur Ltd
Published: 2009-07-14

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