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THE OPERATIONS OF THE GERMAN ARMIES IN FRANCE, from Sedan
to the end of the war of 1870-71. With large Official Map. From the Journals of the Head-Quarters Staff. By Major William Blums, of the Prussian Ministry of War. Translated by E. M. Jones, Major 20th Foot, late Professor of Military 'History, Sandhurst . Demy 8vo. Price 9s.
THE OPERATIONS OF THE SOUTH ARMY IN JANUARY ft FEBRUARY,
1871. Compiled from the Official War Documents of the Head-Quarters of the Southern Army. By Count Hermann Von Wartensleben, Colonel in the Prussian General Staff. Translated by Colonel C H. Von Wright. Demy 8vo. with Maps. Uniform with the above. Price 6s.
III. TACTICAL DEDUCTIONS FROM THE WAR OF 1870-7L By Capt. A. Von Boguslawski. Translated by Colonel Lumlev Graham, late 18th (Royal Irish) Regiment. Demy 8vo. Uniform with the above. Price 7s.
CAVALRY FIELD DUTY. By Major-General Von Mirus. Translated by Capt. Frank S. Russell, 14th (King's) Hussars. Crown 8vo- limp cloth, 5s.
*,* This is the text-book of instruction in the German cavalry, and comprises all the details connected with the military duties of cavalry soldiers on service. The translation is made from a new edition, which contains the modifications introduced consequent on the experiences of the late war. The great interest that students feel in all the German military methods, wilL it is believed, render this book especially acceptable at the present time.
V. THE ARMY OF THE NORTH-GERMAN CONFEDERATION, A Brief Description of its Organization, of the different Branches of the Service, and their role in War, of its Mode of Fighting, &c. By a Prussian General. Translated from the German, by CoI. Edward Newdigate. Demy 8vo. 5s.
*»* The authorship of this book was erroneously ascribed to the renowned Count Von Moltke, but there can be little doubt that it was written under his immediate inspiration.
An authorised and accurate Translation of
STUDIES IN LEADING-TROOPS. By Col. Von Verdv Du Vernois. Translated by Lieut. H. J. T. Hildvard, 71st Foot. Parts I and II. Demy 8vo.
Notice.—The German Publishers of this work desire to make it known that the author protests against an edition of Part I. which is on sale in England, and which is both an inaccurate and unauthorised translation.
%* Gen. Beauchamp Walker says of this work:—"I recommend the two first numbers of Colonel von Verdy's 'Studies' to the attentive perusal of my brother officers. They supply a want which I have often felt during my service in this country, namely, a minuter tactical detail of the minor operations of the war than any but the most observant and fortunately placed staffofficer is in a position to give, I have read and re-read them very carefully, I hope with profit, certainly with great interest, and believe that practice, in the sense of these 'Studies,* would be a valuable preparation for manoeuvres on a more extended scale."—Berlin, jfune, 1872.
HASTY INTRENCHMENTS. By A. Brialmont, Colonel on the Belgian Staff. Translated by Chas. A. Empson, Lieutenant R. A. Nine Plates. Demy Svo. 6).
Henry S. King & Co. 65, Cornhill, London.