PLAY THE NAPOLEONIC WARS - THE PRUSSIAN ARMY
Autore: Rudolf Munger, Luca Cristini
At Waterloo the Prussians had 38,000 infantry in 62 battalions, 7,000 cavalrymen in 61 squadrons and 134 guns. A total of 50,000 men arriving in different times on the battlefield. The troops were led by seasoned officers from the rank of captain up began their military service before 1806, yet the average age of the corps and divisional commanders —45— was the same as in Napoleon's and Wellington's...
In this book we have also included 5 plates dedicated to the army of the Duke of Brunswick (infantry, jager and hussars) and the Dutch contingents (cavalry and orange Staff), both troops allied to the English.
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