2011 Napoleon Series Writing Contest

The Winners!

Best Publication and/or Translation into English of New Archival Material or Books Long Out of Print:

Lessons on 1807: Maneuvers of Eylau and Friedland translated by Greg Gorsuch

Best Publication and/or Translation into English of New Archival Material or Books Long Out of Print -- Honorable Mention:

“Rouvroy’s view on the use of Horse Artillery in 1802” translated by Geert van Uythoven

Best Military Paper:

‘A Word Of 'Captain Caution': Myths About Privateers In The War Of 1812 by John A. Tures

Best Military Paper -- Honorable Mention:

Grognards: Grenadier a Pied de la Garde 1799 - 1815 by Paul Dawson

Best Social, Economic, Political, Cultural, Biographical, or Scientific Paper:

1808, the Point of Implosion for the Napoleonic Empire: How the Peninsular War shows that the Empire’s Policy of Enlargement Lacked a Political and Cultural Relativism by Ignacio Paz

Best Social, Economic, Political, Cultural, Biographical, or Scientific Paper -- Honorable Mention:

From “Alliance Balance” to “Coalition Equilibrium”: Austria’s Transformation of the last Coalition against Napoleon by Franz-Stefan Gady

I would like to thank our four judges who spent considerable time judging the numerous entries!

Dr. John G. Gallaher,
Colonel Jack Gill
Dr. J. David Markham
Dr. Alexander Mikaberidze

 

 

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