The Austro-Hungarian Army of the Napoleonic Wars

The Austro-Hungarian Army of the Napoleonic Wars

Men-at-Arms 5
  • Author: Albert Seaton
  • Illustrator: R. Ottenfeld
  • Short code: MAA 5
  • Publication Date: 15 Jun 1973
  • ISBN: 9780850451474
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 48
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About this Product

In 1804, Francis II was forced by Napoleon to abdicate his position as Holy Roman Emperor. Instead, he became the Emperor of a new nation state, Austria-Hungary. Within his borders, he ruled a people of vast ethnic diversity including Germans, Hungarians, Czechs, Slovaks, Croats, Ukrainians, Poles, Russians, Rumanians, Italians, and Belgians. This book encapsulates the history of this thrown-together nation state and examines its soldiers as they battled throughout the Napoleonic Wars, covering all of the major campaigns and battles in which they fought.

Biographical Note

Lieutenant-Colonel Albert Seaton (Retd.) is the author of many books on Russian military history. His "The Russo-German War 1941-45” is one of the only complete and authoritative accounts published in the free world, and has appeared in London, New York and Frankfurt. His other works include "The Battle for Moscow”, "Stalin as Military Commander” and "Stalingrad”.


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