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The Napoleon Series Map Archives provides high quality maps on the various battles, campaigns, and other items of interest on the Napoleonic Wars. These maps are from a variety of sources and about 75% of them are in color. Often the maps are on a scale of or better and provide details of terrain and unit deployments that are not available any place else. The archives will continue to grow, however we need the support of the readers. If you have a map that may be of interest and you would like to provide a copy for the archives, please contact the Map Archives editor. Please note that any map provided must NOT be protected by copyright. In general this means that the map must be from a source that is at least 75 years old. Maps that are from a reprint that is less than 75 years can not be accepted. (For example a map from a book printed in 1875 can be used. A map from a 1985 reprint of a book first published in 1875 can not.)

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Paul Chamberlain

Campaign of 1799 in Switzerland

  1. Zurich: 4 June 1799
  2. Zurich: 25 – 26 September 1799

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Campaign of 1800 in Italy

  1. Marengo – Situation between 0800 and 1000 Hours: June 14, 1800
  2. Marengo – Situation between 1000 and 1200 Hours: June 14, 1800
  3. Marengo – Arrival of Desaix: June 14, 1800
  4. Marengo – Situation as Night Falls: June 14, 1800

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Campaign of 1805 in Austria

  1. Austerlitz – Situation between 0900 and 1030 Hours: December 2, 1805
  2. Austerlitz – Situation between 1030 and 1400 Hours: December 2, 1805
  3. Austerlitz – Situation between 1400 and 1630 Hours: December 2, 1805

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Campaign of 1806 in Germany

  1. Auerstadt: 14 October 1806
  2. Breslau – Siege of: 10 December 1806- 7 January 1807
  3. Czarnowo: 24 December 1806
  4. Gross-Glogau – Siege of: – 2 December 1806
  5. Jena: 14 October 1806
  6. Pultusk: 26 December 1806
  7. Pultusk, 14 [26] December 1806 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  8. Saalfeld: 10 October 1806
  9. Sokhochin and Kolozomb, 11 [23] December 1806 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map

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Campaign of 1807 in Poland

  1. Brieg – Siege of: ? January – 8 February 1807
  2. Canth: 14 May 1807
  3. Action at Czarnow, 11 [23] December 1806 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  4. Colberg – Strategic Overview 20 March – 2 July 1807
  5. Colberg – Siege of: 20 March – 2 July 1807
  6. Colberg – Wolfsberg Schanze 1807
  7. Cosel – Siege of: 24 January – 2 July 1807
  8. Danzig in May 1807 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  9. Eylau: 26 January [7 February] 1807 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  10. Eylau: 27 January [8 February] 1807 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  11. Eylau: Evening of 27 January [8 February] 1807 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  12. Friedland: 2 [14] June 1807 (between morning and 5:00 p.m.) (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  13. Friedland on 2 [14] June 1807 (between 6:00 p.m. and midnight) (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  14. Glatz – Siege of: 20 – 24 June 1807
  15. Movement Before the Battle at Pultusk and Golymin (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  16. Golymin, 14 [26] December 1806 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  17. Graudenz – Siege of: 22 January – ? 1807
  18. Actions Around Guttstadt Between 23 and 28 May [4 June 9 June] 1807 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  19. Positions at Heilsberg and the Advance Guard Action, 29 May [10 June] 1807 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  20. Heilsberg, 29 May [10 June] 1807 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  21. Military Operations From Heilsberg to Friedland, 10-14 June 1807 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  22. Hof, 25 January [6 February] 1807 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  23. Position at Jankovo and Action at Bergfried, 22 January [3 February] 1807 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  24. Retreat from Jankovo, 23, 24 and 25 January [4, 5, and 6 February] 1807 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  25. Konigsberg – June 1807
  26. Konigsberg – Naugarten District: 1807
  27. Mohrungen, 13 [25] January 1807 (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
  28. Neisse – Siege of: 23 February – 16 June 1807
  29. Schweidnitz – Siege of: 10 January – 16 February 1807

Note: On the Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky Maps the legend is different. Red and Pink units represent the French forces; Green units represent the Russian army; Blue units represent the Prussian corps.

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Peninsular War 1808 – 1814

  1. Albuera – 1st Position of British Forces: May 16, 1811
  2. Albuera – Final Attack on British Forces: May 16, 1811
  3. Albuera – Portuguese Perspective
  4. Alcaniz: May 23, 1809
  5. Almaraz – British Attack on French Bridge: May 19, 1812
  6. Almaraz – British Strategic Operations: May 18 & 19, 1812
  7. Almaraz – Portuguese Perspective
  8. Almeida – French Siege: 15 – 28 August 1810
  9. Almeida – Street Map
  10. Arroyo dos Molinos: October 28, 1811
  11. Astorga – French Siege: March – May 1810
  12. Badajoz – British Siege: May 4 – 16 June 1811
  13. Badajoz – British Siegeworks: May 4 -16 June 1811
  14. Badajoz – British Siege: March 17 – April 6, 1812
  15. Badajoz – British Siege: March 17 – April 6, 1812
  16. Badajoz – British Siegeworks: March 17 – April 6, 1812
  17. Badajoz – Portuguese Perspective
  18. Badajoz – Fort Picurina
  19. Barrosa: March 5, 1811
  20. Baylen: July 19, 1808
  21. Bayonne:1814
  22. Bayonne 1814 – Portuguese Perspective
  23. Braga: March 20, 1809
  24. Burgos: September 19 – October 21, 1812
  25. Burgos: September 19 – October 21, 1812
  26. Burgos – Portuguese Perspective
  27. Busaco – Morning of September 27, 1810
  28. Busaco – Ney’s Attack: September 27, 1810
  29. Busaco – Reynier’s Attack: September 27, 1810
  30. Cadiz – French Siege: 1810
  31. Campaign of 1808 in Portugal — Portuguese Perspective
  32. Casal Novo: March 14, 1811
  33. Castalla: April 13, 1813
  34. Ciudad Rodrigo – French Siege: May – July 1810
  35. Ciudad Rodrigo – British Siege: January 8 – 19, 1812:
  36. Ciudad Rodrigo – Redoubt Renaud: January 8, 1812
  37. Ciudad Rodrigo – Portuguese Perspective
  38. Coa River: July 24, 1810
  39. Coa River – Portuguese Perspective
  40. Coruna: January 16, 1809
  41. El Bodon: 25 September 1811
  42. El Bodon – Portuguese Perspective
  43. Espinosa: November 11, 1808
  44. Fort Concepcion, Spain: 1810
  45. Fort Retiro, Madrid – British Siege August 12 – 13, 1812
  46. Foz d’Arouce: March 16, 1811
  47. Fuentes d’Orno – 1st & 2nd Days: May 3 – 4, 1811
  48. Fuentes d’Orno – 3rd Day: May 5, 1811
  49. Fuentes d’Orno: 3 May 1811 – the Portuguese Perspective
  50. Garcia Hernandez: July 23, 1812
  51. Gebora – Relief of Badajoz: February 19, 1811
  52. Gerona – French Siege: May – September 1809
  53. Madrid – Street Map: 1808
  54. Maria: June 15, 1809
  55. Maya: July 25, 1813
  56. Medellin: March 28, 1809
  57. Medina de Rio Seco: July 14, 1808
  58. Nive: the Passage of the River – the Portuguese Perspective
  59. Nivelle: 10 December 1813 – the Portuguese Perspective
  60. Nivelle: Attack on the Center 10 December 1813 – the Portuguese Perspective
  61. Nivelle: Attack on the Right 10 December 1813 – the Portuguese Perspective
  62. Ocana: November 19, 1809
  63. Operations of General Hill: 1811 – the Portuguese Perspective
  64. Operations around Madrid and Burgos: 1812 – the Portuguese Perspective
  65. Oporto – Portuguese Lines: March – May 1809
  66. Oporto – British Campaign in Northern Portugal: 5 – 25 May 1809
  67. Oporto – British Passage of the Douro: May 12, 1809
  68. Oporto – British Passage of the Duoro: May 12, 1809 — Portuguese Perspective
  69. Oporto: May 12, 1809 – Portuguese Perspective
  70. Orthez: February 27, 1814
  71. Orthez: the Retreat of Marshal Soult 1814
  72. Orthez: 1814 – Portuguese Perspective
  73. Pyrennees: Plan of Operation of Marshal Soult 25 – 30 July 1813 — Portuguese Perspective
  74. Redinha: March 13, 1811
  75. Rolica: August 17, 1808
  76. Rolica: 17 August 1808 – Portugures Perspective
  77. Roncesvalles: July 25, 1813
  78. Rosas – French Siege: November – December 1809
  79. Sabugal: April 3, 1811
  80. Sabugal: 3 April 1811 – Portuguese Perspective
  81. Saguntum: 25 October 1811
  82. Saguntum – Detailed Map of Dispositions: October 25, 1811
  83. Saguntum – French Siege: September – October, 1811
  84. Salamanca – British Attack on the Forts: June 17 – 27, 1812
  85. Salamanca – British Attack on the Forts: June 17 – 27, 1812
  86. Salamanca: Attack on the Forts – Portuguese Perspective
  87. Salamanca – Beginning of Marmont’s Maneuver: July 22, 1812
  88. Salamanca – British Attack: July 22, 1812
  89. Saint Pierre: the Battles of 10 December 1813 — Portuguese Perspective
  90. San Sebastian: 1813
  91. San Sebastian: 1813
  92. Assault on San Sebastian: 31 August 1813 — Portuguese Perspective
  93. Saragossa – French Siege: 1808-1809
  94. Saragossa – 1st French Siege: June – August 1808
  95. Saragossa – 2nd French Siege: December 1808 – February 1809
  96. Sorauren: July 28, 1813
  97. Sorauren: July 28, 1813 — Portuguese Perspective
  98. Sorauren and the Combat of Beunza – Second Battle: July 30, 1813
  99. Talavera – The Night of July 27, 1809
  100. Talavera – The Final Attack 2 – 3 P.M.: 28 July 1809
  101. Tamanes: October 18, 1809
  102. Tarbes: March 20, 1814
  103. Tarifa: December 22, 1811 – January 4, 1812
  104. Tarragona – The Siege of Sir John Murray: June 2 – 2,1813
  105. Torres Vedras – Lines of: 1810 – 1811
  106. Tortoza – French Siege: December, 1810 to January, 1811
  107. Toulouse: April 10, 1814
  108. Tudela: November 23, 1808
  109. Ucles: January 13, 1809
  110. Valls: February 25, 1809
  111. Valencia – French Siege: December, 1811 to January, 1812
  112. Vimeiro: August 21, 1808
  113. Vitoria – The Opening of the British Attack: June 21, 1813
  114. Vitoria (Campaign Map) — Portuguese Perspective
  115. Vitoria (Tactical Map) — Portuguese Perspective
  116. Zornoza- Blake’s Positions: 29 October 1808

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Campaign of 1809 in Austria

  1. Bavaria – French Maneuvers: 1809
  2. Bavaria: Opening Moves: 18-19 April 1809
  3. Bavaria: Morning of 19 April 1809
  4. Bridges across the Danube in the Vicinity of Lobau Island
  5. Ebelsberg – Terrain: 1809
  6. Ebersberg – Situation at 9 a.m.: 3 May 1809
  7. Essling – Initial Situation 2 p.m.: 21 May 1809
  8. Essling – Situation at 4 and 5 in the evening: 21 May 1809
  9. Essling – Situation at 7 a.m.: 22 May 1809
  10. Lobau – Location of Crossing Sites (Northern)
  11. Lobau – Location of Crossing Sites (Southern)
  12. Pressbourg – French Bridgehead “d’Engerau:” 1809
  13. Vienna – Street Map and Environs: 1809
  14. Wagram: Night of 6 and 7 July 1809
  15. Znaim: 11 July 1809

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Campaign of 1809 in Walcheren

  1. Flushing – British Siege: 1809
  2. Walcheren: 1809

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War of 1812 (America)

  1. Lundy’s Lane – Position at 9 P.M.: July 25, 1814
  2. New Orleans and the Mississippi Delta: December 1814 – January 1815
  3. Niagara Peninsula: 1813 – 1814
  4. Plattsburg: September 1814
  5. Sackett’s Harbor: May 28 – 29, 1813

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Campaign of 1812 in Russia

  1. Borodino – Location of French Ambulances: September 7, 1812
  2. Overview of the Route Taken by the Staff and Eagle of the 124eme Regiment Infanterie de Ligne from Its Depot at Abbeville, August 5th 1811 until April 1813
  3. Second Part of the Overview of the Route Taken by the Staff and Eagle of the 124eme Regiment Infanterie de Ligne from Its Depot at Abbeville, August 5th 1811 until April 1813
  4. Overview of the Jump-off Positions of Both the French and Russian Forces at the Commencement of the 1812 Russian campaign, June 24th, 1812
  5. The Combat at Jakubowo, July 30-31st, 1812
  6. Overview of the Area between Polotsk and Jakubowo
  7. The Second Day of the First Battle of Polotsk, August 18th 1812
  8. The Third Day of the Second Dattle of Polotsk, October 20th 1812, 4.00 PM
  9. The Combats around the Berezina, November 26-29, 1812

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Campaign of 1813 in Central Europe

  1. Bornhoves December 7, 1813
  2. Bornhoves – Unit Details: December 7, 1813
  3. Coswig 12 Oct 1813
  4. Coswig – Troop Dispositions: October 12, 1813
  5. Dennewitz – Situation at 1100 Hours: September 6, 1813
  6. Dennewitz – Situation at 1530 Hours: September 6, 1813
  7. Dennewitz – Situation at 1530 Hours: September 6, 1813
  8. Dresden – Street Map: 1813
  9. Dresden – Outline of City Defenses: 1813
  10. Dresden – Bridges: March 19, 1813
  11. Dresden – Bridges: March 19, 1813
  12. Freiburg – Situation at 1430 Hours: 1813
  13. Gohlis – Situation at 0930 Hours: October 17, 1813
  14. Gohlis – Unit Dispositions at 0930 Hours: October 17, 1813
  15. Gohrde – Situation at 1630 Hours: September 16, 1813
  16. Gross Boden – Situation at 1500 Hours: December 4, 1813
  17. Gross Beeren – Situation at 1900 Hours: August 23, 1813
  18. Hagelberg – Situation at 1700 Hours: August 27, 1813
  19. Hanau: October 30 – 31, 1813
  20. Horselberg: October 26, 1813
  21. Kosen: October 21, 1813
  22. Kulm – Situation at 1700 Hours: August 29, 1813
  23. Kulm – Situation at 1300 Hours: August 30, 1813
  24. Laurenburg: August 17 – 19, 1813
  25. Leipzig – Situation at 1400 Hours: October 18, 1813
  26. Leipzig – Situation at 1630 Hours: October 18, 1813
  27. Leipzig – Situation at 1000 Hours: October 19, 1813
  28. Leipzig – Strategic Situation Evening of October 8, 1813
  29. Leipzig – Strategic Situation Evening of October 9, 1813
  30. Leipzig – Strategic Situation Evening of October 10, 1813
  31. Leipzig – Strategic Situation Evening of October 11, 1813
  32. Leipzig – Strategic Situation Evening of October 12, 1813
  33. Leipzig – Strategic Situation Evening of October 13, 1813
  34. Liebertwolkwitz – Situation at 1130 Hours: October 14, 1813
  35. Liebertwolkwitz – Prussian Reserve Cavalry Goes into Action: October 14, 1813
  36. Liebertwolkwitz – Situation shortly before the Involvement of the Austrian cavalry: October 14, 1813
  37. Linie – Engagements of the Advance Guard vicinity of the Nuthe-Nottte Line: August 21 – 22, 1813
  38. Mockern: October 16, 1813
  39. Ratzeburg – Davout’s Position near Ratzeburg: September 4 – November 13, 1813
  40. Retschow: August 28, 1813
  41. Roslauer – Bridgehead: September 29, 1813
  42. Schestedt – Situation at 1100 Hours: December 10, 1813
  43. Thiessen: September 3, 1813
  44. Thiessen – Unit Details: September 3, 1813
  45. Wartenburg – Situation at 1900 Hours: September 24, 1813
  46. Wartenburg: October 3, 1813
  47. Wittenbergs – Siege: September 24 – October 11, 1813
  48. Zahna – Situation at 1100 Hours: September 5, 1813

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Campaign of 1814 in Holland and Belgium

  1. Antwerp: January – February 1814
  2. Bergen-op-Zoom: March 8, 1814
  3. Bergen-op-Zoom: March 8, 1814

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Campaign of 1815 in Belgium

  1. The Netherlands and its New Borders, as Proposed in Willem Frederik’s Memorandum of 9 November 1813
  2. Prussian Ideas about the Territory of the New Netherlands State, as Formulated by Chancellor Hardenberg on 29 April 1814
  3. “New map of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg,” an Engraving from 1815
  4. Quatre Bras – Terrain East of the Crossroads
  5. Quatre Bras – Terrain West of the Crossroads
  6. Quatre Bras – Situation of the 2nd Netherlands Division East of the Crossroads: 2 – 2:15 P.M. June 16, 1815
  7. Quatre Bras – Situation of the 2nd Netherlands Division West of the Crossroads: 2 – 2:15 P.M. June 16, 1815
  8. Waterloo – Situation at 11:15 A.M.: June 18, 1815
  9. Waterloo – Situation at 7:45 P.M.: June 18, 1815

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Miscellaneous

  1. Assaye, India: 23 September 1803
  2. Bourbon, Indian Ocean: 1810
  3. Copenhagen: August, 1807
  4. Guadeloupe: January 1809
  5. Guadeloupe – Fort Bourbon: January 1809
  6. Ionian Islands – Captured by the British: 1809 -1810
  7. Ionian Sea – British Operations: March – April 1810
  8. Ischia & Procida, Ionian Sea – British Operations: March – April 1810
  9. Java, Dutch East Indies: 1811
  10. Lier, Norway 1814
  11. Martinique, West Indies: 1809
  12. Mauritius, Indian Ocean: 1810
  13. Saint Pierre: December 13, 1813
  14. Saints, West Indies – British Operations: April 1809
  15. Santa Maura – British Operations: March – April 1810
  16. Scylla, Italy – British Siege: July, 1806
  17. Sicily (North East) and Straits of Messina 1809
  18. Utrecht, Holland
  19. Vellore, India: July, 1806
  20. West Indies – British Operations near Guadeloupe: January 1809

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