ZWEYBRUCKEN IN COMMAND: THE REICHSARMEE IN THE CAMPAIGN OF 1758

COGSWELL (N.)

C089

£25.00

134pp., 13 maps, 11 tables, 6 orders of battle, 8 colour plates, P.B. 2019 new edition. The year following Rossbach  included the defence of Bamburg, the action at Basberg, the siege of Sonnenstein, and the combat at Eilenburg, it came under the command of Friedrich-Michael, Prince von Pfalz-Zweybrucken, whose initial task was to protect the western borders of the Empire from invasion from Saxony where Prince Henry of Prussia commanded a sizeable army. Later, as Prussian fortunes began to wane, the liberation of Saxony became a prime objective.