Series: Thunder on the Danube

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1809: Thunder on the Danube - Napoleon's Defeat of the Habsburgs, Vol. 1: Abensberg by John H. Gill1
1809: Thunder on the Danube - Napoleon's Defeat of the Habsburgs, Vol. 2: The Fall of Vienna and the Battle of Aspern by John H. Gill2
1809: Thunder on the Danube - Napoleon's Defeat of the Habsburgs, Vol. 3: Wagram and Znaim by John H. Gill3

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  1. The Cognitive Challenge of War: Prussia 1806 by Peter Paret (2009)
  2. With Eagles to Glory: Napoleon and His German Allies in the 1809 Campaign by John H. Gill (1992)
  3. The Fall of Napoleon, Volume 1: The Allied Invasion of France, 1813 - 1814 by Michael V. Leggiere (2007)
  4. Napoleon's Great Adversary: Archduke Charles and the Austrian Army, 1792-1814 by Gunther E. Rothenberg (1982)
  5. Napoleon and the Archduke Charles: History of the Franco-Austrian Campaign in the Valley of the Danube in 1809 by F. Loraine Petre (1909)
  6. Napoleon and the World War of 1813: Lessons in Coalition Warfighting by J.P. Riley (2000)
  7. The Road to Rivoli: Napoleon's First Campaign by Martin Boycott-Brown (2001)
  8. The End of the Old Order: Napoleon and Europe, 1801-1805 by Frederick Kagan (2006)
  9. Crisis on the Danube: Napoleon's Austrian Campaign of 1809 by James R. Arnold (1990)
  10. The Battle of Waterloo by Jeremy Black (2010)
  11. The Anatomy of Glory: Napoleon and His Guard by Henry Lachouque (1962)
  12. 1805: Austerlitz: Napoleon and the Destruction of the Third Coalition by Robert Goetz (2005)
  13. The Eagle's Last Triumph: Napoleon's Victory at Ligny, June 1815 by Andrew Uffindell (1994)
  14. With Musket, Cannon And Sword: Battle Tactics Of Napoleon And His Enemies by Brent Nosworthy (1995)
  15. The Wars of Napoleon (The West Point Military History Series) by Albert Sidney Britt (1985)

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