By George Nafziger
September 7, 1812, is on its own essentially the most cataclysmic days within the historical past of conflict: 74,000 casualties on the conflict of Borodino. And this used to be good earlier than the discovery of weaspons of mass destruction like computing device weapons or breech-loading rifles.
In this particular learn of 1 of the main attention-grabbing army campaigns in background, George Nazfiger incorporates a transparent exposition at the strength constitution in Europe on the time top as much as Napoleon’s fateful selection to aim what grew to become out to be most unlikely: the conquest of Russia. additionally featured are entire orders of conflict and targeted descriptions of the opposing forces.
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