Napoleon Series Archive 2003

Re: Hohenlinden
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Mark

I am afraid there isn't

There is

Furse, Colonel, A : Marengo and Hohenlingen, 2 volumes, re printed by Worley Publications, Felling 1983, but I managed to obtain only volume 1.

Then I don't know if Dave Hollins is still working on a translation of the

Gunter Schneider's book about Hohenlinden.

As I mentioned before - Picard did write a volume and he covers this topic also in Bonaparte and Moreau, both in French, and the excellent book by

Schütz, Werner & Kessinger, Roland : Die Revolution ist uns nah, Eigeltingen, 2000 - covers well the opening moves in Germany, in German, so either Fruse or books in German or French about this terrible obscure decisive battle.

Best regards

Hans - Karl

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