A detailed analysis of the various tactical doctrines used by the main armies of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic period, giving thought to the theoretical versus practical handling of the three principal arms of infantry, cavalry and artillery.
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Brent Nosworthy has written that rare combination of a scholarly AND entertaining book. -- Command Magazine, July 1996
Compared to other material currently available on the market, Nosworthy's is by far the best..it should be in the library of every Napoleonic enthusiast. -- First Empire Magazine, January 1996
This is an original and meticulously researched book ...
Readers of military history will want it on their shelves for constant reference. -- Hampstead & Highgate Express, January 26, 1996
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Book Description Trans-Atlantic Pubns, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0094745102