battle of leipzig order of battle

. . (1,860 men, 6 guns) Swedes, Commander: Schwarzenburg, FM Karl-Phillip, Furst zu, Chief-of-Staff: Toll, Karl Fedorovich, GM, Placed on the Napoleon Series: September 2004, [ Military 1st Brigade: GdB Sixtus Estko III Army Corps (GdD Souham) - 17.100/17.200 men . . These troops are in Part 2. . . . . . . . . . 11th Light Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . - Capitaine 13th Provisional Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) - battalions There were also stragglers, etc. . . . . (3,750 men, 10 guns) . . . . (formed from French stragglers . and convalescents in the depot in Erfurt) . Chief of Artillery: GdD Louis-Francois Foucher de Careil . . . 54th Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) Copy link. . Up Next. . . 8. 23rd Light Infantry Regiment (2 btn.) 52nd Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . . . The battle developed when Napoleon seized the Leipzig position, intending to divide his opponents and attack them one by one. . 13th Provisional Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) 1 x 5,7-inch howitzer), 16th Infantry Division: GdD Nicolas-Joseph Maison 1st Brigade: GdB Jan-Kanty-Julian Sierawski . . 2nd Brigade: GdB Claude-Marie Meunier The Silesian Campaign. 1st Brigade: GdB Guy Louis Henri, marquis de Valory . . . . . . . . Foot Battery (6 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzers), 9th Infantry Division: GdD Antoine-Guillaume-Maurailhac Delmas . . . Foot Battery (4 x 6pdr cannons. . . . . MdE - Maréchal d'Empire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VII Army Corps (GdD Reynier) - 12.600/12.700 men - French-German Personal disagreements between Allied commanders - Bernadotte and GL . . . 1st Brigade: GdB Francois Bony 1st Light Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) The three-day Battle of Leipzig - a series of converging Austrian, . . Leipzig (1813) - 400.000-560.000 Combatants 2. . Divisional Artillery: CdB. . . . Watch later. 1st Brigade: GdB Antoine Gruyer Separate but coordinated armies of Russians, Prussians, Swedes, and Austrians brought 370,000 troops and 1,384 guns to the battlefield, whereas Napoleon’s strength stood at 198,000 men with 717 guns. Over half a million soldiers were involved. . . . . . . . . Chief of Artillery: GdB Joseph Pellegrin de Millon . . Foot Battery (6 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzers), 5th Infantry Division - GdD Francois Marie Dufour FM Karl-Phillip, Furst zu Schwarzenburg also held the field command . . 72th Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . 1st Marine Light Infantry Regiment (5 btns.) The exact number of troops is unknown, it changed from momemt to moment as some troops were detached, men were in hospitals or were returning from them. . . . Divisional Artillery (129 artillerists and 179 train-drivers) . . . Foot Battery (6 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzers), III Army Corps: GdD Joseph Souham . 2nd Brigade: GdB Zuchchi - would see Napoleon defeated and subsequently forced to fight a defensive It was the greatest battle of the Napoleonic Wars, so decisive it would be called the Battle of Nations. VII, VIII, IX, and XI Army Corps. . . . . Divisional Artillery: Cpt. A Design folder includes files and information that will aid the players in learning how to building their own scenarios. . . . . Gravelotte (1870) - 290.000-310.000 4. . . . (5,620 men, 16 guns) . Foot Battery (6 guns), 15th Infantry Division: GdD Achille Fontanelli 1 x 5,7-inch howitzer) 141st Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . Allied Order of Battle. . Chief of Artillery: Col. Verpeau . . . . . (6,325 men, 16 guns) . . Swartzenburg's command difficulties. it became obvious to the Allies that better co-ordination was essential . . . battle of the Napoleonic Wars. French Order of Battle - Leipzig (part 2), Director of Administration of the Army: Daru, Army Chief Paymasters: Joinville and Marchand, Commander of Security Services: Col. Nequenen, Inspector of Depots and Hospitals: GdD Sahuc, Inspector of Medical Services: Desgenettes, Inspector of the Baggage Train: GdB Picard, Reserve Artillery: GdB Mongenet (202 artillerists and 225 train-drivers), Light Cavalry Brigade: GdB Frederic-Auguste Beurmann, 25th Light Cavalry Brigade: GM von Normann (950 men), 26th Light Cavalry Brigade: GM Adam-Friedrich-August von Lindenau - (680 men), Reserve Artillery: Col. Pierre-Charles-Francois Bontemps, Cavalry Brigade of Advance Guard: GdB Jan Nepomucen Uminski, 28th Light Cavalry Brigade: GdB Alexandre Montbrun. . Horse Battery (6 guns), near Leipzig and Pleisse River . . . . . . . . . Chief of Artillery: GdD Joseph-Marie Pernetti Leipzig 1813. . . . Free Hit Counter, II Army Corps (MdE Victor) - 15.300/17.400 men, III Army Corps (GdD Souham) - 17.100/17.200 men, IV Army Corps (GdD Bertrand) - 9.000/9.800 men, V Army Corps (GdD Lauriston) - 13.100/13.300 men, VI Army Corps (MdE Marmont) - 18.800/19.300 men, VII Army Corps (GdD Reynier) - 12.600/12.700 men, VIII Army Corps (GdD Poniatowski) - 5.000/5.100 men, IX Army Corps (MdE Augereau) - 8.600/9.200 men, XI Army Corps (MdE MacDonald) - 16.000/20.500 men. 36th Light Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . . 8th Light Infantry Regiment (4 btns.) Southern Wing had a temporary command under GC Ludwig-Adolf-Peter [Petr Bernadotte, Crown Prince of Sweden - a former French Marshal). . . . Sedan (1870) - 310.000-33.000 3. . . Commander: Marshal Ney . . . . . . . . 1st Brigade: GdB Vandeden . . . . . . . Headquarters. . . Chief of the Topographical Services: Col. Bonne . . . Second, the campaign is pretty well depicted, from its origins to the conclusion at Leipzig, in which Napoleon's fate was sealed (the book argues that it was Leipzig--and not Waterloo- … a serious shortage of artillery ammunition was a major factor in Napoleon's . 2nd Brigade: GdB Philippe-Andre Martelli . 2nd Brigade: GdB Mikolaj Kajetan Bronikowski Foot Battery (6 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzers), 6th Infantry Division - GdD Honore Vial 22nd Light Infantry Regiment (4 btns.) . . . . Polish Vistula Legion Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . This historical order of battle is for August 10, 1813. . Shelves: history. . . . . . . Foot Battery (6 guns), 52nd Infantry Division: GdD Jean-Baptiste-Pierre Semele Foot Battery (8 guns), 35th Infantry Division: GdD Francois-Joseph Gerard . . . The order of battle (listing all troops involved--and their units) is almost stupefying--from pages 28 to 36. Index | Battles Although sources disagree about the composition and strength of the . . . . . GI Mikhail Bogdanovich, Count Barclay de Tolly's Southern Wing (in the . 20th Provisional Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . . . . . Foot Battery (4 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzers) Pelet - "Principales Operations" . 3rd Marine Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) Marshal Etienne-Jacques-Joseph-Alexandre MacDonald. 145th Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . Foot Battery (6 x 6pdr cannons, 2 x 5,7-inch howitzers) . Foot Battery (6 guns) Christianovich], Graf von Wittgenstein. . © Copyright 1995-2009, The Napoleon Series, All Rights Reserved. . . . . Schwarzenburg 1st Brigade: GM Ludwig-Friedrich von Stockmayer (Wirtembergian) 2nd Brigade: GdB Pierre-Mataly de Maran The order of battle (listing all troops involved--and their units) is almost stupefying--from pages 28 to 36. . . Index ]. . . . 46th Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . 139th Line Infantry Regiment (3 btns.) . Constantin, 20th Infantry Division: GdD Jean-Dominique Compans . . . . Click to Enlarge Features. . . . btns. 1st Brigade: GdB Jean-Baptiste Jamin Chief of Artillery: Col. Jakub-Antoni Redel Russian-Austrian Army of Bohemia (Swarzenburg), the Russian-Prussian It happened on October 16-19 in 1813. . 138th Line Infantry Regiment (1 btn.) . . . . Shown are the units types and number of bases for those units. . . . . . (5,890 men, 16 guns) . . . . . . . . The website Armies, Battles, Commanders 16th Light Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) It involved about half a million men; around 150 000–190 000 French-Allied and 300 000–350 000 Allies, these latter … Foot Battery (6 guns). . . . 6th Chasseur Regiment (3 sq. . . . Chief of Staff: GdB Baillot Shopping. . . . . 1st Provisional Line Infantry Regiment (2 btns.) . 1st Brigade: GdB Antoine-Joseph Bertrand . Italian Horse Battery (6 guns), 36th Infantry Division: GdD Henri-Francois-Marie Charpentier . . . 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