|Statement||by Count Philippe-Paul de Ségur ; translated from the French by J. David Townsend ; with an introd. by Peter Gay.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 295 p. :|
|Number of Pages||295|
Napoleon's Russian Campaign Hardcover – March 1, by Richard K. Riehn (Author)4/4(5). J. David Townsend was a Methodist minister who served for sixteen years as a missionary in Algeria and was the pastor of churches in Paris and in Cohasset, Massachusetts. His translation and abridgement of Ségur’s masterpiece was first published in /5(14). the book is all about Russia's involvement in the wars with Napoleon from the treaty of Tilsit in to Napoleons first abdication in and so takes a fully russian perspective on events. this is the book string point as like the author mentions in the preface most accounts of Russia involvement are from third parties and there is little western research done on russia's involvement despite being a major player in napoleon's Cited by: For that there are many other books from von Clauswitz's Russian Campaign of (he fought in the service of Russians) to a plethora of more modern analyses. Instead, this is a memoir written from the perspective of Napoleon's aide-de-camp/5.
The Best Books on the Napoleonic Wars. The Napoleonic Wars were wars which were fought during the rule of Napoleon Bonaparte over France. They started after the French Revolution ended and Napoleon Bonaparte became powerful in France in November War began between the United Kingdom and France in Napoleon's Russian Campaign of was one of the greatest disasters in military history. Napoleon invaded Russia at the head of an army of over , men but by the start of o of them were still alive and with the army. The Russian campaign was decisive for the Napoleonic Wars and led to Napoleon's defeat and exile on the island of Elba. For Russia the term Patriotic War (an English rendition of the Russian Отечественная война) became a symbol for a strengthened national identity that had a great effect on Russian patriotism in the 19th on: Russian Empire. Why Napoleon’s Invasion of Russia Was the Beginning of the End. Trace Napoleon's route through Russia during his disastrous invasion. After taking power in , French leader Napoleon Bonaparte won a string of military victories that gave him control over most of : Jesse Greenspan.
Let’s move on to your third book. This is With Eagles to Glory: Napoleon and His German Allies in the Campaign by John H. Gill. This is a tremendously detailed military history of the Danube campaign of This was a very important campaign because it knocked the Austrians out of the Napoleonic Wars for the third time. The author, an editor of Campaigns Magazine for ten years, has written a groundbreaking new study of Napoleon's disasterous Russian campaign of In doing this, he has employed primary sources never before translated from the German and Russian. He points out the real reasons for Napoleon's defeat which had nothing to do with cold weather but rather were a /5. In June , Napoleon led his army into Russia. His army was made up of soldiers from the several nations now under his control. Napoleon expected a short war, to punish Czar Alexander I for his misbehavior in leaving the Continental System. . NAPOLEON'S RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN by De Segur, Count Philippe-Paul Seller HERB RIESSEN-RARE BOOKS Published Condition Near Fine Edition First Edition Item Price.