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Armies of the Napoleonic Wars
Category: Historical Books
Genre: Book - Reference - Historical
Product Line: General Military - Napoleonic Wars
Publish Date: 2010
Pages: 432
Dimensions: 8x9.75x1.5"
Restockable: No
NKG part # Mfg. part # Type Condition
OSPGM470 Hardcover

The Napoleonic Wars saw almost two decades of brutal fighting, from the frozen wastelands of Russia to the wilderness of the Peninsula, and from Egypt to the bloody battlefield of Waterloo. Fighting took place on an unprecedented scale across Europe, and over the entire period of the wars Napoleon led his Grand Armée and his allies against almost every European nation, and against varying coalitions. This book provides a comprehensive guide to all the major armies of the Napoleonic Wars, of France, Britain, Austria, Prussia, Russia, Spain and Portugal. Covering the changes experienced by the armies over the period, the author details the organization, infantry, cavalry, and artillery of each. With stunning original artwork of the often glorious uniforms worn into battle, period illustrations or the equipment used, and photographs, this is a beautiful and in-depth study of the armies that fought in the Napoleonic campaigns.


  • Foreword by Allan Mallinson
  • Introduction
  • Chronology
  • 1.France
  • 2. Britain
  • 3. Austria
  • 4. Russia
  • 5. Prussia
  • 6. Spain
  • 7. Portugal
  • 8. Other armies
  • Index

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