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Tango0129 Aug 2019 8:50 p.m. PST

…Upper Rhine.

"Owing to scarce existing sources written in the English language about the German interpretations of the Rhine Campaigns of the French Revolutionary Wars, this translated work from August von Baumbach‘s "Die Hessischen Leichten Truppen im Feldzug von 1793 am Oberrhein: nach Tagebüchern und andern Quellen" offers a detailed and informative account of several elite Hessian fighting units; the Hussar Regiment, the Jäger Corps, and the Light Infantry Battalion Lenz. This is a high interest book for those interested in historical accounts written in diary form and offers a feel of intimate and true record of the exploits of these highly distinguished cavalrymen."


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