Napoleon, His Army and Enemies.
Armies, Campaigns, Battles, Tactics, Commanders
Our website has over 1,800 illustrations, maps, charts, articles about Napoleon's strategy and tactics, about the French, Polish, Prussian, Austrian, Russian and British armies, the Royal Navy, their organization, commanders, uniforms, orders of battles, books, clubs, reenactment groups, Major Sharpie etc.
Here are some of the many articles you will find within the website: "The Battle of the Nations", "So which are the best soldiers ?", "The Cowards at Waterloo", "The cruel war in Spain", "Slaughter at Borodino", "The French Army", "The Russian Army", "The Austrian Army", "Napoleonic Unifors", "Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery Combat and Tactics", web polls, humor and much more. Thank you for taking the time to view our
website. Contributors: Peter Hofschroer, M. Townsend, Oliver Schmidt, Jan Kowalik, Nikolai Mozhak, Boris Megorsky, Docteur Dominique Buresi, Rémi B., Richard Lysiak, G. Smith, Geert van Uythoven, Pedro Castilla, M. Ayala, A. Nu?ez, Thomas Mischak, Andreas Hetzert, Erwin Muilwijk, Zbigniew Olszewski, and J. Jaye (webmaster).
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"My motto has always been:
A career open to all talents,
without distinctions of birth."
"Be successful !"
"The word 'impossible'
is not in my dictionary."
"The ease with which people of all sorts
approached him sufficiently shew'd that
He had no personal apprehension...."
J. Farington - "The Farington Diary"
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