The Halt in the Mud: French Strategic Planning from Waterloo to Sedan

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Index
Aboukir Bay, battle of, 13
Aix-la-Chapelle, Congress of ( 1818), 40, 58, 74, 77
Albert, Archduke of Austria, 184
Alopeus, Count David, 102
Andréossy, General Antoine-François, Count, 53, 66-67
Antwerp, 112, 115-120
armée de metier,192
Attachés, in French Army, 49-50
Auftragstaktik,171
Austria, 58, 74, 76-77, 82, 102, 139, 142, 144, 164
army, 75, 86-87, 114: and French opinion, 88; in 1859 campaign, 164-165; staff of, 125
attitude toward German Confederation, 73
reaction to revolution of 1830, 94-95, 104
Baden, 96, 144, 147
army and French opinion, 86
"Barrier" fortresses, listing of, 22
Bautzen, battle of, 59
Bavaria, 73, 76, 82, 92, 96, 114, 144, 147, 151
army and French opinion, 86-87
percussion cap musket in army of, 149
Bazaine, Marshal Achille, 50, 127, 185, 187, 189
Belgium, 82, 174
Dutch invasion of, 110
independence and French position, 100
as part of Netherlands, 33
reaction to revolution of 1830, 94
evolution in, 96, 105
See also Strategic Planning, in 1831
Benedek, General Ludwig A., 165
Berthaut, Lt. Colonel Jean A., 177-178
Berthier, Louis-Alexandre, 12, 15-17, 47
Bismarck, Otto von, 162, 174
Bonnay, François Marquis cle, 38
Borodino, battle of, 59
Bourgoing, Paul de, 102, 144, 148-149, 151, 160
Bund, (Deutscher) German. See Confederation, German
Cadiz, storming of, 78
Camerone, battle at ( 1863), 169
Campaign of 1813, 17
Canrobert, Marshal François, 127, 185
Capo d'Istria, Count Ioannes, 39
Caraman, François Josephe Marquis de, 38
Carbonari, 78
Carnot, Lazare, 6, 8, 10, 12
Castellane, Marshal Boniface, 164
Castlereagh, Robert Stewart, Viscount, 40, 74-75
Cavour, Count Camilio, 163
Charles X (of France), 52, 80, 85, 98
Chassé, General David Henri, 116
Chasseurs-à-pied,126-127, 153
Chassepot Rifle, 180
Chaumont, Treaty, of, 22, 140
Chiffon de Carlsbad, 95
Clarke, Marshal Henri, 15, 29, 41
Clausewitz, Karl von, 2, 47
strategic plans of, against France, 99- 101
Confederation, German, 22, 58, 71, 72- 93, 121, 129, 157

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