A SOLDIER FOR NAPOLEON: The Campaigns of Lieutenant Franz Joseph Hausmann, 7th Bavarian Infantry
Candid letters and diaries of a junior officer from Bavaria, describing his experiences from his first campaign in 1805 up to the 1814 campaign in France when the Bavarians switched sides and fought against Napoleon. His letters describe the hardships and dangers of campaigns and reveal what life was like for the common soldier of the period. Illus.
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