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THE OPERATIONS OF THE GERMAN ARMIES IN

FRANCE,
FROM SEDAN TO THE END OF THE WAR OF 1870-1.

With large Official Map.
From the Journals of the Head-Quarters Staff.

By Major WILLIAM BLUME.
Translated by E. M. JONES, Captain 20th Foot, late Professor

of Military History, Sandhurst.
Demy 8vo. price 98.

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TACTICAL DEDUCTIONS FROM THE WAR OF 1870–1.

By Capt. A. v. BOGUSLAWSKI.
Translated by Col. LUMLEY GRAHAM,

Late 18th (Royal Irish) Regiment.
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[Just out. . Above all should every infantry officer make these tactical conclusions the object of his serious studies, about which there must be great controversy. Out of these deductions alone can we get the lessons in infantry operations for war and for training during peace. In all essential things, according to our conviction, the author has rightly apprehended the lessons of the late war, and his views are a guide and criterion that will be of service to every officer.'-Militair Wochenblatt.

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THE OPERATIONS OF THE SOUTH ARMY

In JANUARY and FEBRUARY 1871.
By Count WARTENSLEBEN, of the Prussian General Staff.

Translated by Colonel WRIGHT.
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STUDIES IN TROOP-MARCHING.

By Col. VON VERDY DU VERNOIS.
Translated by Lieut. H. J. T. HILDYARD, 71st Foot.
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