Written with the same clear, concise, and insightful style of the author's other campaign histories. This title describes Napoleon's attempts to retrieve his military fortunes after the disasterous 1812 campaign. F. Loraine Petre clearly conveys the story where although the French armies, newly rebuilt, lacked the effectiveness, and efficacy of the former years, Napoleon's genius for organization, his leadership, and his still brilliant grasp of strategy and tactics ensured the issue of failure or success in Germany 1813 was much in doubt.
Napoleon's Last Campaign in Germany 1813
1992 Greenhill Books - facsimilie of 1912 edition
Napoleonic Library #21