Lutzen 1632: Climax of the Thirty Years War (Campaign, Volume 68)

Lutzen 1632: Climax of the Thirty Years War (Campaign, Volume 68)

Richard Brzezinski


The Thirty Years battle, a non secular clash among Catholics and Protestants, raged throughout Europe among 1618 and 1648, devastating large parts of Germany. through 1632 the Protestant powers have been in a determined scenario till King Gustavus Adolphus II of Sweden, 'the Lion of the North', got here to their rescue. This booklet describes how, having smashed one of many major Catholic armies, he confronted the opposite at Lützen close to Leipzig in November 1632. In a nightmare conflict fought in thick fog, his Swedish troops locked horns with the Imperial military. It was once a bloody conflict, within which Gustavus himself verified precise braveness on the head of his cavalry - and one for which he may pay the final word price.

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