Prussian Cavalry of the Napoleonic Wars (1): 1792-1807

Prussian Cavalry of the Napoleonic Wars (1): 1792-1807

by Peter Hofschröer, Bryan Fosten
     
 

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When Frederick II (later known as Frederick the Great) came to the throne in 1740, he had three advantages for which he owed thanks to his father: a modern, well-organised state; full coffers; and a properly trained and equipped army. Under a leader as renowned as Seydlitz, the Prussian cavalry achieved the nearest to a state of perfection that it was ever going to.…  See more details below

Overview

When Frederick II (later known as Frederick the Great) came to the throne in 1740, he had three advantages for which he owed thanks to his father: a modern, well-organised state; full coffers; and a properly trained and equipped army. Under a leader as renowned as Seydlitz, the Prussian cavalry achieved the nearest to a state of perfection that it was ever going to. So great was its reputation in the Seven Years' War that Napoleon made a special point of warning his men at the beginning of the 1806 campaign to beware of the Prussian cavalry.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781780965239
Publisher:
Bloomsbury USA
Publication date:
03/20/2012
Series:
Men-at-Arms , #162
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
48
File size:
4 MB

Meet the Author

Peter Hofschroer is a recognized expert on the German campaigns of the Napoleonic Wars and the Prussian Army in particular. He has already written Leipzig 1813 in the Campaign series.

Bryan Fosten was born in 1928, the son of a Master Military Embroiderer and a Court Embroidress. He served in the army in Egypt and Palestine and returned to follow the printing trade. Since 1973 he has devoted himself to military research and illustration. He is the founding editor of the innovative magazine Tradition and has written and illustrated many books, often in collaboration with his late brother, Donald Fosten.

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