Fearless And Loyal: A History of the Wurttemberg Army 1792 - 1815

byDavid Zumsteg

Paperback | April 21, 2020

Fearless And Loyal: A History of the Wurttemberg Army 1792 - 1815 by David Zumsteg
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Fearless and Loyal chronicles the operational history of one of the largest, but least known of the German states during the Napoleonic Wars. 

Fearless and Loyal chronicles the operational history of one of the largest, but least known of the German states during the Napoleonic Wars.  Originally an old Ducal state, Napoleon elevated its ruler to King in 1805 as part of the Confederation of the Rhine.  It’s troops served the Emperor until 1813, when it’s king deserted to the allies to save his Kingdom. 

This book will cover the people, units and uniforms of the Wurttemberg Army, full of color illustrations throughout
David Zumsteg is an itinerant wargamer and history enthusiast who lives and works in Germany
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Title:Fearless And Loyal: A History of the Wurttemberg Army 1792 - 1815Format:PaperbackProduct dimensions:176 pages, 10 X 8 X 0.62 inShipping dimensions:176 pages, 10 X 8 X 0.62 inPublished:April 21, 2020Publisher:Pike and PowderLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1945430044

ISBN - 13:9781945430046

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Table of Contents

I. Introduction a. A very brief introduction of Wurttemberg up to the Revolutionary War b. Where it is located c. Rulers in 1792 and how it is organized d. Brief description of the Army e. Battles up to 1805 II. Royal Wurttemberg 1805 - 1811 a. Creation of the Kingdom of Wurttemberg b. Leadership c. Organization of the Army and units i. Infantry ii. Cavalry iii. Artillery d. Uniforms e. Flags and standards f. Equipment g. Battles and involvement III. The War in Russia 1812 a. Units involved b. Commanders c. Battles involved d. Retreat from Moscow IV. Return to Germany and Changing sides 1813-14 a. Reconstituted Army i. Units b. Leipzig c. Changing sides d. Campaign in France V. Vienna and Epilogue a. Kingdom in 1815 b. Army at the end of the wars and where they are today