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In 1804 Napoleon created 18 'Marshals of the Empire', to serve as the senior officers of the Grande Armée. He created a further 8 before his abdication. A few were aristocrats, but others were the sons of shopkeepers or tailors. The most favoured became princes and kings. Among their ranks were legendary figures such as Marshals Lannes, Soult, Davout and Massena, but also much less well know figures like Pérignon, Brune and Moncey. Our series will explore the lives of all 26 Marshals, and rank them according to our own judgement of their achievements as Marshals.

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Napoleon's Marshals Part 5

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In 1804 Napoleon created 18 'Marshals of the Empire', to serve as the senior officers of the Grande Armée. He created a further 8 before his abdication. A few were aristocrats, but others were the sons of shopkeepers or tailors. The most favoured became princes and kings. Among their ranks were legendary figures such as Marshals Lannes, Ney, Soult, Davout and Massena, but also much less well know figures like Pérignon, Brune and Moncey. Our series will explore the lives of all 26 Marshals, and rank them according to our own judgement of their achievements as Marshals.

Thank you to our series historical consultant Lt.Col.Rémy Porte, whose blog on military history (in French) you can read here:

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???? Napoleon's Marshals (ed.David Chandler)
???? Leipzig 1813: The Battle of the Nations
???? Austerlitz 1805: The Fate of Empires
???? Napoleon's Guard Infantry Vol.1
???? The Napoleonic Wars by Todd Fisher
???? Napoleon's Wars by Charles Esdaile
???? Napoleon the Great by Andrew Roberts

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Napoleon's Marshals Part 4

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In 1804 Napoleon created 18 'Marshals of the Empire', to serve as the senior officers of the Grande Armée. He created a further 8 before his abdication. A few were aristocrats, but others were the sons of shopkeepers or tailors. The most favoured became princes and kings. Among their ranks were legendary figures such as Marshals Lannes, Soult, Davout and Massena, but also much less well know figures like Pérignon, Brune and Moncey. Our series will explore the lives of all 26 Marshals, and rank them according to our own judgement of their achievements as Marshals.

Thank you to our series historical consultant Lt.Col.Rémy Porte, whose blog on military history (in French) you can read here:

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???? Napoleon's Marshals (ed.David Chandler)
???? Leipzig 1813: The Battle of the Nations
???? Austerlitz 1805: The Fate of Empires
???? Napoleon's Guard Infantry Vol.1
???? The Napoleonic Wars by Todd Fisher
???? Napoleon's Wars by Charles Esdaile
???? Napoleon the Great by Andrew Roberts

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Napoleon's Marshals Part 6

In 1804 Napoleon created 18 'Marshals of the Empire', to serve as the senior officers of the Grande Armée. He created a further 8 before his abdication. A few were aristocrats, but others were the sons of shopkeepers or tailors. The most favoured became princes and kings. Among their ranks were legendary figures such as Marshals Lannes, Ney, Soult, Davout and Massena, but also much less well know figures like Pérignon, Brune and Moncey. Our series will explore the lives of all 26 Marshals, and rank them according to our own judgement of their achievements as Marshals.

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???? Napoleon's Marshals (ed.David Chandler)
???? Leipzig 1813: The Battle of the Nations
???? Austerlitz 1805: The Fate of Empires
???? Napoleon's Guard Infantry Vol.1
???? The Napoleonic Wars by Todd Fisher
???? Napoleon's Wars by Charles Esdaile
???? Napoleon the Great by Andrew Roberts

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Thank you to Alexander Averyanov for permission to use his artwork, 'Battle of Eylau' and 'Fighting for the Bagration Flèches'.

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In 1804 Napoleon created 18 'Marshals of the Empire', to serve as the senior officers of the Grande Armée. He created a further 8 before his abdication. A few were aristocrats, but others were the sons of shopkeepers or tailors. The most favoured became princes and kings. Among their ranks were legendary figures such as Marshals Lannes, Soult, Davout and Massena, but also much less well know figures like Pérignon, Brune and Moncey. Our series will explore the lives of all 26 Marshals, and rank them according to our own judgement of their achievements as Marshals.

Thank you to our series historical consultant Lt.Col.Rémy Porte, whose blog on military history (in French) you can read here:

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???? Recommended reading (as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases):
???? Napoleon's Marshals (ed.David Chandler)
???? Leipzig 1813: The Battle of the Nations
???? Austerlitz 1805: The Fate of Empires
???? Napoleon's Guard Infantry Vol.1
???? The Napoleonic Wars by Todd Fisher
???? Napoleon's Wars by Charles Esdaile
???? Napoleon the Great by Andrew Roberts

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The Napoleonic Wars (PARTS 1-6)

The Napoleonic Wars (1803 - 1815) brought upheaval and destruction to Europe on an unprecedented scale. This is the story of the first half of those wars, when Napoleon Bonaparte, self-crowned Emperor of the French, ruled supreme on the battlefield and international stage - the greatest man of his age. But in the midst of victory, the seeds of his eventual downfall were sown.

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????Chasseur Barres by Jean-Baptiste Barres
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????Imperial Glory: The Bulletins of Napoleon's Grande Armée 1805 - 1814 by J.David Markham
????Napoleon on Napoleon Somerset de Chair (ed.)

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????Napoleon's Wars: An International History by Charles Esdaile
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????On the Napoleonic Wars by David G. Chandler
????The Peninsular War: A New History by Charles Esdaile
????The Napoleonic Wars by Todd Fisher
????La Grande Armée by Georges Blond
????Tactics & The Experience of Battle in the Age of Napoleon by Rory Muir
????Weapons & Equipment of the Napoleonic Wars by Philip Haythornthwaite

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????Corunna 1809 by Philip Haythornthwaite
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????Salamanca 1812 by Ian Fletcher

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Napoleon in Russia ALL PARTS

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In 1812 Napoleon invaded Russia with the largest army Europe had ever seen, composed of troops from France as well as Poland, Germany, Italy and several other allied states. The campaign that followed saw the Russians use scorched earth tactics to deny the enemy supplies, while Napoleon advanced further and further into Russia, searching in vain for the decisive blow that would force Emperor Alexander to negotiate peace.

Even after winning a costly victory at Borodino and occupying Moscow, Napoleon's invitation to negotiate received no response. Napoleon found himself 500 miles from friendly territory, outnumbered, poorly supplied, and with winter approaching. What followed was one of the most harrowing and disastrous events in military history - the Retreat from Moscow - in which Russian attacks, freezing weather and starvation virtually wiped out the once-proud Grande Armée.

Special thanks to Alexander Averyanov for kind permission to use his paintings 'Battle of Smolensk', 'Artilleryman's Exploits', 'Prince Pyotr Bagration at Borodino: The Last Counterattack', 'Horse Guards at the Battle of Borodino', 'The Fighting for Shevardino Redoubt', 'The Fighting for Bagration Flèches'. 'Maloyaroslavets', 'At Gorodnya 25 October 1812' and 'Council of War at Gorodnya'.

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????Combat: French Guardsman vs Russian Jäger 1812-14
????Napoleon's Wars by Charles Esdaile
????Napoleon the Great by Andrew Roberts
????1812: Napoleon's Fatal March on Moscow by Adam Zamoyski
????1812: The Great Retreat by Paul Britten Austin
????Russia Against Napoleon by Dominic Lieven

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The Napoleonic Wars (PARTS 7-15)

Epic History TV's second Napoleonic Wars compilation continues the story from 1809, with Napoleon triumphant once more over Austria. But the situation in Spain, where French forces battle a national revolt as well as Wellington's small British army, continues to deteriorate. While worsening relations with Russia will draw Napoleon into a disastrous invasion, from which his Empire will never recover.

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Thank you to Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery for kind permission to use 'The Battle of Vitoria' painting by James Prinsep Beadle.

Special thanks to Alexander Averyanov for kind permission to use his paintings 'Battle of Smolensk' , 'Bivouac', 'Artilleryman's Exploits', 'Prince Pyotr Bagration at Borodino: The Last Counterattack', 'Horse Guards at the Battle of Borodino', 'The Fighting for Shevardino Redoubt', 'The Fighting for Bagration Flèches', 'Maloyaroslavets', 'At Gorodnya 25 October 1812', 'Council of War at Gorodnya'.

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???? Combat:French Guardsman vs Russian Jäger 1812-14
???? Napoleon's Guard Infantry by Philip Haythornthwaite
???? Napoleon the Great by Andrew Roberts
???? 1812: Napoleon's Fatal March on Moscow
???? Vittoria 1813: Wellington Sweeps the French from Spain by Ian Fletcher
???? Peninsular War Atlas by Nick Lipscombe
???? The Napoleonic Wars by Todd Fisher
???? Salamanca 1812: Wellington Crushes Marmont by Ian Fletcher
???? The Peninsular War by Charles Esdaile
???? Napoleon's Wars by Charles Esdaile
???? Russia Against Napoleon by Dominic Lieven
????1812: The Great Retreat by Paul Britten Austin
???? The Cossacks 1799 - 1815 by Laurence Spring
???? Napoleon and the Struggle for Germany Vol 1 by Michael Leggiere
???? Lützen & Bautzen 1813: The Turning Point by Peter Hofschröer
???? Leipzig 1813: The Battle of the Nations
???? 1813: Leipzig - Napoleon & the Battle of the Nations by Digby Smith

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Napoleon's encounter with Marshal Ney From the Napoléon mini series in english.

On February 26, 1815, Napoleon managed to sneak past his guards, escape from Elba, slip past interception by a British ship, and return to France. Immediately, people and troops began to rally to the returned Great Emperor.

Marshal Ney joined Napoleon with 6,000 men. Five days later, after proceeding through the countryside promising constitutional reform and direct elections to an assembly, to the acclaim of gathered crowds the Emperor triumphantly entered the capital, whence Louis XVIII had recently fled.

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