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Old 01 Dec 14, 09:05
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Originally Posted by Massena View Post
I don't know of any history in English that talks about just the strategic movement from the Channel, across France, and into Germany to surround and compel the surrender of Mack at Ulm.

It is included in works on the campaign of 1805, beginning with the Esposito/Elting Atlas, continuing with Chandler's Campaigns of Napoleon.

There is, however, a short work by FN Maude, The Ulm Campaign, which might be what you are looking for.

The reason for Napoleon's change from facing England across the Channel was the Austrian invasion of Bavaria, Napoleon's ally. The Austrians were 'hired' by the British government and given subsidies to once again fight against France. Sherwig's Guineas and Gunpowder outlines quite well the series of subsidies that Great Britain gave to the coalitions to fight Napoleon on the continent.

You might want to take a look at Alembert's and Colin's study of the 1805 campaign, which is available on Google Books:

http://books.google.com/books?id=v8l...emagne&f=false

Sincerely,
M

Thank you Massena, appreciated
Rodrigo
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