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THE GERMAN ARTILLERY IN THE BATTLES NEAR METZ,
Based on the official reports of the German Artillery. By Captain
This history gives a detailed account of Appendix, furnishing full details as to the the movements of the German artillery in number of killed and wounded, expenthe three days' fighting to the east and diture of ammunition, &c. The campaign west of Metz, which resulted in paralyzing of 1870-71 having demonstrated the imthe army under Marshal Bazaine, and its portance of artillery to an extent which subsequent surrender. The action of the has not previously been conceded to it, batteries with reference to the other arms this work forms a valuable part of the is clearly explained, and the valuable maps literature of the campaign, and will be show the positions taken up by the indi read with interest not only by members of vidual, batteries at each stage of the con the regular but also by those of the auxtests. Tables are also supplied in the iliary forces.
THE OPERATIONS OF THE FIRST ARMY, UNDER STEIN
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THE OPERATIONS OF THE BAVARIAN ARMY CORPS. By
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DRILL REGULATIONS OF THE AUSTRIAN CAVALRY.
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THE OPERATIONS OF THE FIRST ARMY UNDER GEN.
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History of the Organisation, Equipment, and War Services of THE REGIMENT OF BENGAL ARTILLERY. Compiled from
Published Official and other Records, and various private sources, by Major Francis W. Stubbs, Royal (late Bengal) Artillery. Vol. I. will contain WAR SERVICES. The Second Volume will be published separately, and will contain the HISTORY OF THE ORGANISATION AND EQUIPMENT OF THE REGIMENT. In 2 vols. 8vo. With Maps and Plans.
THE ABOLITION OF PURCHASE AND THE ARMY REGU
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VICTORIES AND DEFEATS. An Attempt to explain the Causes which
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THE FRONTAL ATTACK OF INFANTRY. By Capt. Laymann,
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THE OPERATIONS OF THE FIRST ARMY IN NORTHERN
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ELEMENTARY MILITARY GEOGRAPHY, RECONNOITRING,
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TACTICAL DEDUCTIONS FROM THE WAR OF 1870-1. By
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THE ARMY OF THE NORTH-GERMAN CONFEDERATION.
A Brief Description of its Organisation, of the different Branches of the
*** The authorship of this book was erroneously ascribed to the renowned General von Moltke, but there can be little doubt that it was written under his immediate inspiration.
THE OPERATIONS OF THE GERMAN ARMIES IN FRANCE,
FROM SEDAN TO THE END OF THE WAR OF 1870-1.
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THE OPERATIONS OF THE SOUTH ARMY IN JANUARY
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