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Personal logo SHaT1984 Supporting Member of TMP23 Jun 2020 4:36 p.m. PST

by Esposito and Elting? A&AP.

I have a need- owing to four distinct pages being unprinted in my defective 1980 version (A&AP reprint ) bought from them 4 decades ago)- and they are very ironically Text-Maps 54 and 59 – Austerlitz and Jena campaigns.

Not only would I like to examine the text and maps, but get a hi-res digital copy that I can print out (professionally) in full size and paste into book.

As it's a research focus for me, I'm looking at doing a relief of Austerlitz valley of operations.

Many Thanks- dave w

Brechtel198 Supporting Member of TMP23 Jun 2020 4:49 p.m. PST

If you would like some help, email me at

Personal logo SHaT1984 Supporting Member of TMP23 Jun 2020 9:51 p.m. PST

@ Brechtel198

Thank you SIr, will do so shortly.

RudyNelson25 Jun 2020 5:45 p.m. PST

I had a set of Napoleonic and American Civil War maps from the West Point series back in 1970s. It was a blue hardcover book.

Later when I was selling books in the 1980-90s, I stocked the West Point edition that had spiral bound map sets. The narrative sets were in paperback or hardcover.
I still have a new set of maps and narrative on World War Two. They are a three volume black hard cover.

Camcleod25 Jun 2020 7:25 p.m. PST

On-line copies of maps:

Personal logo SHaT1984 Supporting Member of TMP25 Jun 2020 9:51 p.m. PST

Thanks for the info.
Sorry for delay, I've been off line with you know, PC problems…

Brechtel198 Supporting Member of TMP26 Jun 2020 3:08 a.m. PST

On-line copies of maps:

Those are not the maps from A Military History and Atlas of the Napoleonic Wars. They are the maps made for the study of the Napoleonic period by the West Point Department of History after the Atlas was no longer used by the cadets.

Nine pound round27 Jun 2020 6:30 a.m. PST

Did Mr Krasnoborski make the later maps, referenced at the link above? My recollection is that he did. He had an amazingly long career- I have the atlas to accompany "Napoleon as a General," dated August 1942, and he definitely drew those maps.

I think for sheer length of his career at West Point, he was up there with Herb Kroeten and D H Mahan.

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