- By Thomas E. Griess

West Point Atlas for the Wars of Napoleon

  • Title: West Point Atlas for the Wars of Napoleon
  • Author: Thomas E. Griess
  • ISBN: 9780757001550
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Spiral-bound
  • West Point Atlas for the Wars of Napoleon This fascinating study takes the reader from the early years of Napoleon s career to his defeat at Waterloo It is a penetrating look at the technology tactics logistics strategy and outstanding ge

    This fascinating study takes the reader from the early years of Napoleon s career to his defeat at Waterloo It is a penetrating look at the technology, tactics, logistics, strategy, and outstanding generalship that created an empire.

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    1. When reading military history, it is impossible to understand manueuvers, strategy, and tactics without referring to the terrain, and words alone are incapable of adequately describing terrain and movements. Most books about military campaigns have inadequate maps, and this atlas is a must for anyone who is serious about understanding the campaigns in the Napoleonic wars.As a side note, it is not really appropriate to say that one has "read" an atlas. Getting the most out of an atlas requires st [...]

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