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Napoleonic Wars and the United States Marine Corps Warfighting Functions

Naval War College

Published November 25th 2013
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This study will analyze three of Napoleons campaigns: The successful Ulm-Austerlitz campaign of 1805, the failed Russian invasion of 1812, and the campaign of 100 Days which culminated in the disastrous Battle of Waterloo in 1815. Using the MarineMoreThis study will analyze three of Napoleons campaigns: The successful Ulm-Austerlitz campaign of 1805, the failed Russian invasion of 1812, and the campaign of 100 Days which culminated in the disastrous Battle of Waterloo in 1815. Using the Marine Corps warfighting functions as a comparative model, it will help point out the opposing forces strengths and weaknesses that contributed to the ultimate outcomes.