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Author: Gunther Erich Rothenberg
ISBN: 0253310768
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 280 pages
Publisher Indiana University Press (March 1, 1978)
Language English
Category: Other
Rating: 4.2
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Gunther E. This book is well organized, well produced, and well written. As another contribution to 'synthetic' history, it is a very successful exercise.

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Details (if other): Cancel. I highly recommend this book. Whether you are just getting involved in the vast realm of Napoleonic literature or are a seasoned veteran, I think The Art of War in the Age of Napoleon would be of interest to you!. Gunther Erich Rothenberg was an internationally known military historian, best known for his publications on the Habsburg military and Napoleonic Wars. Books by Gunther E.

Rothenberg's book is a highly respected source for those interested in the nuts and bolts of battle in the Napoleonic period. No maps or plates, not a general history. Often mentioned in bibliographies of more recent Napleonic works. This item: The Art of Warfare in the Age of Napoleon. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items.

Gunther Erich Rothenberg was born in Berlin. The Art of Warfare in the Age of Napoleon. His family was a culturally assimilated German Jewish family. In 1937, Rothenberg moved to the Netherlands with his mother; his father later joined them. The family moved next to Britain, where Rothenberg had some schooling. In 1939, he moved to Mandatory Palestine, then under British rule. He wrote several ground-breaking books on the organization of the Habsburg military and the military reforms of Archduke Charles in the first decade of the Napoleonic Wars. His last book, The Emperor's Last Victory, about the Battle of Wagram in 1809, was published posthumously.

Gunther Erich Rothenberg, American History educator. Guggenheim fellow, 1962-1963; Fullbright fellow, visiting professor Royal Military College, Duntroon, Australia, 1985

Gunther Erich Rothenberg, American History educator. Guggenheim fellow, 1962-1963; Fullbright fellow, visiting professor Royal Military College, Duntroon, Australia, 1985. With British Army, 1941-1948, United States Air Force, 1949-1956. src "/web/img/loading. gif" data-src "/web/show-photo. jpg?id 965345&cache false" alt "Other photo of Gunther Erich Rothenberg" class "gallery img" height "167". Other photo of Gunther Erich Rothenberg. Rothenberg

Gunther E. This book stands out amongst the multitude of books on warfare in the Napoleonic period as it concentrates on the techniques and conditions of warfare at the fighting level rather than strategic interpretation or analysis of the major commanders. As Napoleon himself once said: & are many good generals but they see too many things at once. Professor Rothenberg's erudite study allows both the historian and the general reader to see the wood for the trees, answering the central question: & was Napoleonic warfare like in practice?'.

Rothenberg also dissects the French Army like few of his contemporaries by starting with the pre-revolutionary make-up through the advances which made Napoleon famous and victorious. Well written and educational, necesary as a companion to other classics as Swords Around a Throne by Elting, How Far From Austerlitz by Horne, European Diplomacy by Ross, and biographies by Markham and Schom.

Gunther Erich Rothenberg a most illuminating and readable general survey. This book is well organized, well produced, and well written to the general re. . This book is well organized, well produced, and well written to the general reader.

Gunther Erich Rothenberg. by Gunther Erich Rothenberg. Published 1978 by Indiana University Press in Bloomington. History, Knowledge, Military History, Military art and science, Modern Military history. Napoleon I Emperor of the French (1769-1821). 1789-1815, 18th century, 19th century.

"... a most illuminating and readable general survey.... This book is well organized, well produced, and well written. It belongs among the ten most useful books on this period to the historian and... to the general reader." -- American Historical Review

"This splendid volume fills a gap in the vast outpouring of literature on the military aspects of the era of the French Revolution and Napoleon by combining a description of the major changes and trends of warfare with a comparative discussion of the French military establishment and the armies of its major opponents.... As another contribution to 'synthetic' history, it is a very successful exercise." -- Military Affairs

"... a splendid little study which will be of considerable interest both to the general student and specialist.... [it] fills a definite need for a survey of the military developments of the period and one can learn a great deal from a close reading of it." -- History

"A clear, lively, and well-produced survey that relies upon the best scholarship of several languages.... " -- Library Journal

In a comprehensive study of a crucial era in warfare -- from the last decades of the ancient régime to Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo -- Rothenberg describes the organization, training methods, equipment, tactics, and strategy of France and its adversaries. He also explores staff systems, logistics, fortifications, medical services, and insurgency and counterinsurgency.

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Rothenberg's book is a highly respected source for those interested in the nuts and bolts of battle in the Napoleonic period. No maps or plates, not a general history. Often mentioned in bibliographies of more recent Napleonic works.