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 Demi-Solde Press Maps
Siege of Saragossa by the French army of Aragon in 1808 and 1809.
Siege of Gerona by the French Army of Catalonia from May to October 1809.
Siege of the Castle of Burgos by the Allies under Wellington from 10 September to 21 October 1812.
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 Saragossa products at MSN Shopping
War to the Death The Siege of Saragossa, 1808-1809
Iberian Fathers: Writings of Braulio of Saragossa, Fructuosus of Braga
The Manuscript Found in Saragossa by Ian MacLean, Jan Potocki (1995)
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 Napoleon Series Military Map Archive
Saragossa - 2nd French Siege: December 1808 - February 1809 Unknown 108k
Gerona - French Siege: May - September 1809 Unknown 298k
Actions Around Guttstadt Between 23 and 28 May [4 June 9 June] 1807 Unknown 158k (Source: Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky) Note on the Map
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 Gaspar, baron Gourgaud
He was present at the siege of Saragossa in 1808, returned to service in Central Europe and took part in nearly all the battles of the Danubian campaign of 1809.
Wounded at the Battle of Montmirail, he recovered in time to be involved in several of the conflicts which followed, distinguishing himself especially at Laon and Reims.
In the campaign of 1813 in Saxony he again showed courage and prowess, especially at Leipzig and Hanau; but it was in the first battle of 1814, near to Brienne, that he rendered the most signal service by killing the leader of a small band of Cossacks who were riding furiously towards Napoleon's tent.
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 New Napoleonic Titles
Transferred to the 116th line, he is present at the Siege of Saragossa and the Battle of Maria 1809, promoted to Chef de Battalion in 1811 he serves in A L'ARMEE D' Aragon with distinction, winning further promotion to colonel in 1814.
Some, such as the battle of Villers-en-Cauchies, were remarkable for their unpredictable outcome through the determination showed by one side.
The Battle of Waterloo marked the end of the career of one of the most charismatic men of all time and signaled a crucial shift in the Europe@in balance of power.
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 Napoleon Series Military Map Archive
Saragossa - 2nd French Siege: December 1808 - February 1809 Unknown 108k
Gebora - Relief of Badajoz: February 19, 1811 265k
Linie - Engagements of the Advance Guard vicinity of the Nuthe-Nottte Line: August 21 - 22, 1813 1:25,000 B&W 197k
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