Napoleon Series Archive 2015

Re: 1812 Napoleon Russia campaign

My friend,

The yellow highlighted areas in my post at http://www.napoleon-series.org/cgi-bin/forum/webbbs_config.pl?md=read;id=161775 contain, I believe, current names of the villages and/or towns bracketing or near the subject battlefields.

I will keep working on this subject, as time permits.

I still need to check more Russian sources, including regimental histories. I have copies of both the Russian maps, used to make the French maps used in the 1812 campaign, as well as the French maps used during the campaign. My problem is that they can not be easily located because of the confusion caused by moving on multiple occasions.

Steve

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1824 Atlas.
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Readable Maps!
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Re: 1812 and Dutch Stuff.
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Romanovo - 2.vii.1812.
Olchanoui?
Ochmiana?
On the Duna.
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Dovgelishek - 1812.
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Of Possible Interest.
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Re: Antoine Albert Vandois.
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