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Dressed in outrageously romantic uniforms and led by a flamboyant clique of aristocrats and ex-troopers, Napoleon's cavalry fought in Austria, Germany, Egypt, Italy, Poland, Belgium, and Spain.
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Napoleon's Cavalry And Its Leaders by Johnson, David R. ( 1978). This is recommended for an understanding of one of the French army's best arms, the cavalry. Known for their dash and ferocity, French cavalry was a very important arm that helped secure domination of the field and gave the French an added boost to mobility. This discusses different types of cavalry and it's tactics as well as the famous leaders (such as Lasalle and Murat) and recommended for appreciation for the French cavalry. 1. k views · View 13 Upvoters. Related QuestionsMore Answers Below
Many books on Napoleon seem to have let the infantry overshadow the other arms on the battle fields of Europe.
Many books on Napoleon seem to have let the infantry overshadow the other arms on the battle fields of Europe. Heavy cavalry supported by Horse artillery at the start to end with Dragoons brought out of Spain showing their mettle against the Coalition's huge armies. The author quickly spins us into the tragedy of the Revolution's downfall and the ascendancy of the Empire and it's fall, yet the personal stories of many of the cavalry combatants are brought to light. A best read of Napoleonic Warfare.
Statement of 1812, quoted in Napoleon's Cavalry and its Leaders (1978) by David Johnson. Ability takes its flight unhindered
Statement of 1812, quoted in Napoleon's Cavalry and its Leaders (1978) by David Johnson. Les hommes ordinaires ont succombé, disait-il; les hommes de fer ont été faits prisonniers; je ne ramène avec moi que les hommes de bronze. Ability takes its flight unhindered. Never depend on the multitude, full of instability and whims; always take precautions against it. From triumph to downfall is but a step.
This authoritative, comprehensive, and enthralling book describes and analyzes Napoleon’s most powerful weaponthe Grande Armée which at its peak numbered over a million soldiers. Elting examines every facet of this incredibly complex human machine: its organization, command system, logistics, weapons, tactics, discipline, recreation, mobile hospitals, camp followers, and more.
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Napoleonic cavalry charge battle scene, War and Peace. Russian hussar cavalry charge French infantry at the Battle of Schöngrabern in a desperate action by an outnumbered Russian rearguard. What others are saying.