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NapStein31 Oct 2020 9:29 a.m. PST

Today I published the facsimile of "Die Zahl im Kriege" showing lots of tables and graphics regarding the wars of the 19th century (plus 7 years war). The main focus lies on European armies. Although the work is written in German, it may also be useful for the international community.

Just go to link and click on the download button at the top of the table.

Greetings from Berlin
Markus Stein

ChrisBBB2 Supporting Member of TMP31 Oct 2020 11:24 a.m. PST

Sehr interessant, thanks, Markus. Particularly amusing to see how it politely ignores almost entirely a conflict that you'd think an Austrian staff captain might have regarded as important, namely, the Hungarian War of Independence 1848-1849. Too embarrassing to mention, perhaps? (Apart from two battles where he inflates the size of the Hungarian forces to make the Austrian victories look even better.)

Chris

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rmaker31 Oct 2020 1:01 p.m. PST

the Hungarian War of Independence 1848-1849

Oh, you mean the War to Re-establish Feudalism in Hungary?

NapStein01 Nov 2020 12:01 a.m. PST

Chris,

yes indeed a bit "Habsburg-biased" :-)

Greetings
Markus Stein

ChrisBBB2 Supporting Member of TMP01 Nov 2020 12:38 a.m. PST

Cheers, Markus.

@rmaker: call it what you like. Whatever name you choose, it's an odd omission from an Austrian work surveying the 19th century.

Chris

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