This book contains part of the work originally published under the title Poles and Saxons of the Napoleonic Wars, (Chicago: Emperor’s Press, 1991) and The Operations of the 7th Polish Light Cavalry Division in the Leipzig Campaign (1814).
This book contains part of the work originally published under the title Poles and Saxons of the Napoleonic Wars, (Chicago: Emperor’s Press, 1991) and The Operations of the 7th Polish Light Cavalry Division in the Leipzig Campaign (1814). This is new edition relates solely on the Army of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw. This edition has been updated. The parts of the work drawn from Polish language sources were the work of M. T. Wesolowski. Those from French sources were translated by G.N. Nafziger.
The Operations of the 7th Polish Light Cavalry Division in the Leipzig Campaign was originally entitled Journal Historique des Opérations militaries de la 7e division de cavalerie légère polonaise, faisant partie du 4th corps de la cavalerie de reserve sous les orders de M. le Générl de division Sokolnicki; Depuis la reprise des hostilités au mois d’août 1813, jusque’au passage du Rhin, au mois de novembre de la même année [Historical Journal of the Military Operations of the 7th Division of Light Polish Cavalry Forming Part of the 4th Reserve Cavalry Corps from the Month of August 1813 to the Crossing of the Rhine, to the Month of November of the Same Year.] Examines the operational history of the cavalry division by the participants.
George Nafziger earned his BS from Miami University in 1971, his MBA from Miami University in 1976, and his Ph.D. in Military History from The Union Institute in 1999. He served in the navy, retiring as a Captain in the US Navy Reserves. He is a former director of the Napoleonic Society of America; the Napoleonic Alliance was on the board of directors of HMGS East. Nafziger is the owner of The Nafziger Collection publishing house, specializing in military history. As of 2013, it produces 385 different titles on military history ranging from the Middle Ages through the Korean War, with a heavy emphasis on the Wars of the French Revolution, the Napoleonic Wars, and World War II. As a publisher of obscure military works, he is constantly seeking authors with unpublished manuscripts on military history that are seeking a publisher.