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Der Krieg von 1806 und 1807
Oscar von Lettow-Vorbeck

The War of 1806 and 1807 Der Krieg von 1806 und 1807, Erster Band (The War of 1806 and 1807, Volume I) by Oscar von Lettow-Vorbeck Contents. 1. Background up to the treaty of 15 February 1806. 2. From the Peace of Paris to the beginning of the conflict. 3. The opposing armies 4. Further conflict, operations plans and mobilization of the two armies. 5. Discussions in the Prussian Headquarters at Naumberg. Operations plan of September 25th. Discussions in Erfurt and the advance of the Prussian Saxon army until October 7th. 6. The advance of the French army until October 8th. 7. Orders and movements in the Prussian-Saxon army on October 7th and 8th. 8. Movements of the two armies on October 9th. The fighting at Schleiz. 9. October 10th and the fighting at Saalfeld. 10. October 11th. 11. October 12th. 12. October 13th. 13. The Battle of Jena. 14. The Battle of Auersstadt. PDF.
The War of 1806 and 1807 Der Krieg von 1806 und 1807, Zweiter Band (The War of 1806 and 1807, Volume II) by Oscar von Lettow-Vorbeck Contents: 1. The night retreat of the allied armies and the 15th of October. 2. The events of 16 October. 3. October 17th, Saxony's break, the action near Halle 4. Retreat and movements back to the Elbe. October 18th to 20th. 5. From the Elbe to the Spree; From October 21st to 24th. 6. From the occupation of Berlin to the capitulations of Prenzlau and Pasewalk. Taking Stettin. From October 25th to 29th. 7. Review of the time after the battles of Jena and Auerstedt. 8. Retreat and pursuit of the Duke from Weimar to the laying down of his command; From October 25th to 39th. 9. Prussian conditions in the civil service and society. Napoleon's stay in Berlin. Continuations of the peace negotiations and the fall of Cüstrin. 10. The retreat of Blüchers’ and Weimar‘s Corps to Lubeck and the surrender of Ratkau. From October 30th to November 7th. 11. Events in the western part of the theatre. PDF.
The War of 1806 and 1807 Der Krieg von 1806 und 1807, Dritter Band (The War of 1806 and 1807, Volume III) by Oscar von Lettow-Vorbeck Contents: 1. Preparations on both sides for the new campaign and operations up til November 30th. The termination of peace negotiations and the unconditional alliance of Prussia with Russia. 2. Blockade Decree. Napoleon's journey to Posen from 25 to 27 November. The Polish War Memorial. The Prussian administration omitted the restoration of the Borrats. Orders of the Emperor to support the army. 3. Both sides’ operations during Napoleon's stay in Posen and his other activities there, From the 27th of November to the 15th of December. 4. Further operations by both sides, up to the decisive struggles between December 23rd and 26th. 5. The decisive operations with the battles of Czarnovo, Pultusk, Golymin and Soldan. Retreat of the allies and Napoleon’s commands for winter quarters. From 23 December 1806 to January 7th and 14th, 1807. 6. Events on the Silesian Front and in the Royal Headquarters up til January 1807. PDF.
The War of 1806 and 1807 Der Krieg von 1806 und 1807, Vierter Band (The War of 1806 and 1807, Volume IV) by Oscar von Lettow-Vorbeck Contents: 1. The resumption of the campaign by the advance of the allied army against the widespread quarters of the marshals Ney and Bernadotte. 2. French winter quarters. Departure from them on January 27th. Assembly of the Army advancing on January 31st. Operations against the retreating Allied Army up til February 7th, 1807 3. Movements and battles of the Prussian Corps on the morning of February 8th. The Battle of Pr. Eylau on February 8th, 1807. 4. Retreat of allies to Königsberg and Allenburg. On February 16th, Napoleon went to winter quarters behind the Alle and Passarge. Advance against the allied army on March 3rd to 5th. Rearming of Napoleon in the course of March, little activity on the other side. 5. The rest of operations from mid-March to early June. Mutual armaments and diplomatic negotiations. Siege and capture of Danzig. 6. The beginning of June and the continuation of the operations, including the battles at Heilsberg and Friedland up til the negotiations began on 19 June. 7. Overview of the activities other than the major operations: at Narew, before Grandenz, Kolberg, and Silesia. 8. Negotiations on armistice and peace. The Treaties of Tilsit of July 7th and 9th, 1807. European policy up to the end of 1808, which led to the evacuation of Prussia by the French army. PDF.
The War of 1806 and 1807 Der Krieg von 1806 und 1807, Vierter Band Karten (The War of 1806 and 1807, Volume IV Maps) by Oscar von Lettow-Vorbeck A separate folder contained a number of the maps that were to accompany Volume IV. These are: 6. Survey sheet of the enclosure of Gdansk 7. Overview of the fortifications of Danzig and Vistula Plan of the Battle of Pr. Eylau on February 8, 1807 Plan of the Battle of Heilsberg on 10 June 1807 Plan of the Battle of Friedland on 14 June 1807 Operations map Map for the campaign 1806/7 from January to the end of June 1807 PDF.