Napoleon’s System of War



Napoleon’s System of War

By General H. Camon

Translated by George F.  Nafziger

Size: 8.5″ x 11″
Illustrations: 47 maps
Pages: 85 pages
$25 paper bound

Originally published in 1923, General Camon, a veteran of the French Army in WWI, was active in the theory of warfare, writing at least three other books and several pamphlets on Napoleon’s campaigns and methods of warfare. This particular volume discusses 14 different battles and uses them to explain how Napoleon planned both his strategic and tactical operations. General Camon has put his finger on Napoleon’s system of war by a study of his correspondence and other documents. This is a highly enlightening, extremely interesting and most unusual exploration of Napoleon’s military genius.