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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP28 Jul 2020 10:17 p.m. PST

"Describes the army's structure and it's employment, including it's operations in Spain, Germany and Russia. The focus of the book is on providing a comprehensive depiction of the colourful uniforms of the individual units, as well as their military actions. It also addresses in detail the branches that are usually overlooked, like administration, medical, national guard, gendarmerie etc. The book draws on all the available sources in order to put together this very comprehensive overview. It is, without a doubt, the definitive work on the Westphalian Army. It is extensively illustrated with Peter Bunde's uniform graphics, contemporary images, maps and photographs of museum pieces. It also contains order of battle, generals' biographies and other information drawn from a myriad of sources. Introduction The Founding of the Kingdom of Westphalia and its Army The Political and Social Developmen The Organization of the Westphalian Army Overview of the Development of the Army and the Individual Branches Recruiting The Call-Ups from 1808­ 1813 The Military Administration The Individual Positions in the Military Administration The Military Justice System The Field Postal Service The Military Schools Duty in Garrison and in the Field The Officer Corps Part II Organization, Structure and Uniforms of the Individual Military Positions and Units The Army s First Formations The Franco-Hessian Legion 1806 1807 Polish-Italian Legion 1807 1808 The Guard The King s Uniforms The Royal Household Garde du Corps Grenadier Guards Jaeger Guards Guard Light Horse Guard Fusiliers (Queen s Regiment) Guard Hussar Regiment (Jérôme-Husaren) Jaeger Carabiniers Guard Artillery Companies Mounted Company Foot Artillery Company Train Company of the Guard General Officers General Staff of the Guard General Staff of the Line Generals Chief of a General Staff Staff Officers Adjutants Guides of the General Staff The Line Formations Infantry of the Line The Uniforms, 1808 1812 1st through 8th Regiments The Infantry in Spain 1809 1812 Regimental Artillery The Infantry Uniforms, 1812 1813 9th Regiment Light Infantry The Period 1808 1811 The Period 1811 1813 Cavalry of the Line Cuirassiers 1st Cuirassier Regiment 2nd Cuirassier Regiment Chevaulegers 1st Chevauleger Regiment 2nd Chevauleger Regiment Hussars 1st Hussar Regiment 2nd Hussar Regiment Veterinarians Artillery and Technical Troops Artillery Regiment Foot Artillery Horse Artillery Artillery Train Artisans Companies Engineer Companies Other Formations Royal Gendarmerie Legion National Guard Honor Guards Veterans Companies Departmental Companies Disciplinary Units The Military Administration and Schools Mustering Inspection and Military Officials Field Postal Service Medical System Royal Military Academies Retired Officers Karlshafen Invalids House Rank Insignia Orders and Medals Flags and Standards Firearms and Edged Weapons Part III The Army in Action The 1808 1813 Campaigns The Campaign in Spain 1808 1813 The 1809 Campaign in Germany The 1812 Campaign Against Russia The 1813 Campaign in Germany Epilogue: The Disbanding of the Westphalian Army Appendices Orders of Battle Short Biographies Sources and Literature Abbreviations.."

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rmcaras Supporting Member of TMP29 Jul 2020 7:09 p.m. PST

it is a heavy book! Excellent production values, but so heavy, I fear for the binding with extended use.

Highly recommended. They present extremely detailed and visually supported material. Great color images, photographs of uniforms, weapons etc….

Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP30 Jul 2020 12:24 p.m. PST

Thanks!.


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