By Ian Castle
Within the Spring of 1809, the Austrian military, buoyant and whole of new-found patriotic fervour, rolled around the frontier with Bavaria. The time had come to distinct revenge for the humiliating defeat suffered at Austerlitz. yet ten days later, confused through ceaseless rain, they have been streaming again from the Abens river with Napoleon in scorching pursuit. Napoleon had no longer been within the entrance line while Austria had introduced its crusade - and the French and their German allies had blundered back and forth around the Bavarian geographical region. yet, with the looks of Napoleon, Archduke Charles misplaced the initiative. established for the 1st time upon the Austrian basic resources, this identify takes the reader throughout the quite a few clashes of this crucial crusade.
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