This work was originally published in 1764 and is a detailed account of all operations, actions, and maneuvers.
This work was originally published in 1764 and its author was a British officer who served with the Duke of Brunswick against the French as they moved north from the Rhine to push into Hanover. It is a detailed account of all operations, actions, and maneuvers. Seven battles are covered in detail and supported by maps. The original work has been modified to make following it on modern maps by correcting the spellings of German city names to their modern spellings, or, when they have been absorbed into larger cities that has been annotated. In addition, biographies of several of the Duke of Brunswick’s staff officers have been added. In the original form the author was anonymous, but he has been identified and his biography also included. Originally published as part of George Nafziger's Collection