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The Campaigns of 1812 in Russia

Door General Carl von Clausewitz

The Campaigns of 1812 in Russia
RubriekGeschiedenis Rusland & Sovjet-Unie
Boeknummer#213700
TitelThe Campaigns of 1812 in Russia. A Prussian Officer's Account from the Russian Imperial Headquarters
AuteurClausewitz, General Carl von
BoektypeGebonden hardcover met stofomslag
Jaar van uitgave2015
UitgeverijFrontline Books
ISBN10184832829X
ISBN139781848328297
TaalEngels
Samenvatting On 23 June 1812 the French Grande Armee, over 600,000 strong and composed of men from the many nations that had become part of Napoleon's empire, poured over the Russian border. In defence of Russia, an army of approximately the same number faced them. The campaign was disastrous for Napoleon, and it marked the beginning of his decline in power. Amongst those who participated in the campaign was von Clausewitz. This renowned Prussian military strategist and historian defected from the French Army and joined the Russian Imperial headquarters where he spent the campaign close to the senior Russian officers who made the critical decisions. The campaign raised many questions which continue to be debated to this day and Clausewitz's considered account has long been regarded as a highly valuable source. His expert analysis of the Battle of Borodino indicates that he was heavily involved in the engagement as a staff officer, whose duties would have entailed his constant travelling round the battlefield. He was present at the secret Convention of Tauroggen, and his account of this important treaty and its effect in bringing about the defection of the Prussian corps from the French is unique.
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