Lützen & Bautzen 1813: The Turning Point (Campaign)

Lützen & Bautzen 1813: The Turning Point (Campaign)

Peter Hofschröer


Following the disastrous Russian crusade of 1812, Napoleon stumbled on himself dealing with a brand new coalition of his previous enemies. With magnificent pace he raised a military of 200,000 males and marched to affix the remnants of the outdated Grande Armee in Germany. despite the fact that, he now not confronted the brittle enemies of 1805 and 1806 and at Lützen on 2 may possibly the inexperience of his new military started to convey. defective reconnaissance through uncooked cavalry allowed Ney's Corps to be shocked by means of Wittgenstein's Russians. This e-book describes the final practical probability Napoleon needed to regain his empire by way of defeating the allies in Germany earlier than Austria stirred and the tide grew to become much more opposed to him.

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