Der Krieg von 1806 und 1807, Erster Band
(The War of 1806 and 1807, Volume I)
Eduard von Höpfner
1. The Mutual Forces.
2. The first orders of Prussia in the War.
3. The further movements of the Prussians up to the north foot of the Thuringian Forest.
4. Arms and introductory movements of the French in the war.
5. The Council in Erfurt.
6. Orders and movements of the French up til October 8th.
7. Mutual movements from October 8th to the 14th;
Fighting at Schleier on October 9th;
The battle near Saalfeld on October 10th.
8. The Battle of Jena on the October 4th, 1806.
9. The Battle of Auerstädl on October 14th.
Der Krieg von 1806 und 1807, Zweiter Band
(The War of 1806 and 1807, Volume II)
Eduard von Höpfner
11. The retreat of the Prussian army up til October 17
12. Battle at Halle on October 17th.
13. The further retreat of the Prussian army to the Elbe
14. Retreat of the Prussian army to the Oder.
Battle at Zehdenick on October 26th.
15. The capitulations following the capitulation of Prenzlau:
The capitulation at Pasewalk the 29th October
Surrender of Stettin on 29 October
Surrender at Anklam on 1 November
Surrender of Wolgast on November 2nd and 3rd.
Surrender of Boldekow on October 30th.
16. Events at the Blüchers’ and Weimar's Corps and Capituion of Ratkau.
Storming of Lübeck on November 6th.
18. The capitulations of Kiistrin, Magdeburg and of Veste Plaßenburg.
Movements of the French towards the Vistula.
19. Events on the Weser.
20. The Interval at Charlottenburg
Der Krieg von 1806 und 1807, Dritter Band
(The War of 1806 and 1807, Volume III)
Eduard von Höpfner
1. The preparations for the new campaign - the Prussian and Russian armed forces
2. The movements of the Russian and Prussian troops until the union with the enemy.
3. The advance of the French towards the Vistula.
Voluntary retreat of the Russians.
Transition of the French.
4. Recovery of the Russian army.
The French crossing with the main army over the Narew and the Wkra.
Battle at Pulrusk and Gossen at Golvmin
Events of the left wing of the French army opposite the Prussian corps.
5. The Winter quarters of the French.
Movements of the left wing of the French army.
The operations plan and General Bennigsen's offensive.
The battle of Pr. Evlau with its consequences.
6. Behavior of the garrison from Gdansk to the investment.
Condition of the fortress at the outbreak of war.
Work to increase the capacity to defend the position.
7. From the investment of the fortress up til the creation of the first parallel.
8. From the creation of the first parallel to the completion of the third; from April 2nd to May 1st.
9. The Political Repercussions.
Behavior of the Mutual Armies.
Orders for the relief of Gdansk.
10. Continuation of the siege of Danzig from the completion of the third parallel to Hagelsberg until the beginning of negotations and the attempt to storm Danzig.
11. The capitulation of Gdansk.
Movements of the main army to facilitate the attempt at relief, and actions of the Narew Corps
12. Mutual positions and strength of the two warring Armies after the fall of Danzig.
13. Attack of the Russian army on the advanced Neyese corps.
Napoleon's counter-attack. the battle near Heilsberg.
Events at Königsberg.
Battle of Friedland and retreat to Tilsit
14. Peace of Tilsit
Supplement F. Instructions for the Generals of the army in East Prussia
Supplement G. Organization of the French army in June.
Der Krieg von 1806 und 1807, Vierter Band
(The War of 1806 and 1807, Volume IV)
Eduard von Höpfner
FIRST SECTION: The wartime events in Silesia.
15. The first orders to increase the defenses of Silesia.
Composition and movements of the enemy corps, destined to Silesia.
Taking Glogau and seizing Breslau.
Plan of Glogau.
16. Appointment of a Governor-General of Silesia.
Disorder in the provinces.
Siege of Breslau.
The capitulation of Breslau.
Map of Breslau.
17. Disorder of the General Governor of Silesia after the fall of Breslau.
The seizure and capitulation of Brieg.
Schweidnitz is blockaded and capitulates.
The Prince of Pletz moves to Bohemia.
Siege of Kosel.
Plans of Brieg, Schweidnitz and Kosel.
18. Prussian forces in Lower-Saxony and the Neumark.
Detachment of the French 9th Corps from the Grande Armée.
Blockade and instructions for the siege of Neitze.
Transformation of the sieges of Neitze and Kosel into investments.
Siege and capitulation of Neitze.
Conclusion of Kosel and negotiations with the fortress.
Plan of Neitze.
19. Attempts of the Prussian forces in Glatz to collect forces for the relief of the threatened fortresses.
Countermeasures of the enemy.
Plans for the surrounding of Glatz and of Kanth.
20. Enclosure and capitulation of Glatz.
Events before Silverberg.
End of hostilities in Silesia
SECOND SECTION: The wartime events in Pomerania.
21. The condition of the fortress of Kolberg after the fall of Stettin and the first arrangements for the conflict.
Map of Kolberg.
22. The Schill's Untermungen up to the distribution of the royal.
Approval of the creation of a freikorps.
23. The organization of Schell's corps and retreat to Kolberg.
Plan of the Umte near Naugardt.
24. Gradual inclusion of Kolberg up to the position of Sellnow.
Plan of the surroundings of Kolberg.
25. Defense of Kolberg up til the arrival of Major Gneisenau.
26. From the arrival of Major Gneisenau to the opening of the formal siege.
Drawing of the hill on the Wolfsberges.
27. From the opening of the formal siege to the conquest of the Wolfsberges on June 11th.
28. From the loss of Wolfsberges to the Armistice.
29. The wartme events in Swedish-Pomerania.