Extracts from Colonel Tempelhoffe's History of the Seven Years War: His Remarks on General Lloyd: on the Subsistence of Armies; and on the March of Convoys. Also a Treatise on Winter Posts [by K. F. Lindenau] To which is Added a Narrative of Events at St. Lucie and Gibraltar, and of John Duke of Marlborough's March to the Danube, with the Causes and Consequences of the Measure ...
T. Cadell, 1793 - Military art and science - 515 pages
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