The Austro-Hungarian Army of the Napoleonic Wars, Men-at-Arms, Osprey Publishing
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In 1804, Francis II was forced by Napoleon to abdicate his position as Holy Roman Emperor. Instead, he became the Emperor of a new nation state, Austria-Hungary. Within his borders, he ruled a people of vast ethnic diversity including Germans, Hungarians, Czechs, Slovaks, Croats, Ukrainians, Poles, Russians, Rumanians, Italians, and Belgians.
This book encapsulates the history of this thrown-together nation state and examines its soldiers as they battled throughout the Napoleonic Wars, covering all of the major campaigns and battles in which they fought.
Author: Albert Seaton
Illustrated by: R. Ottenfeld
Publisher: Osprey Publishing (1973 - Special reprint 2002)
Description: 48 pages, Paperback, 248 X 185 mm.
Availability: IN STOCK & READY TO SHIP!
Shipping weight: 320 gr.