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John Kountz's article onf Blenheim continues in Vol II - 1 and he has another article in Vol I - 2

 
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Links: Here we add some links to articles in this issue - George Nafziger, subsequent to writing this author for Gorget and Sash, has produced a huge volume of detailed military history books based on personal research in French and other military archives. To learn about him and sources where you can obtain these excellent books here are the links - The Wikipedia biography {short description of image} And link to his home page. {short description of image}

 
 

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Rather than copy the very large number of prints of the Imperial and Royal Austrian Army including during the time of Prince Eugene here we create a link to the folder containing the entire series. {short description of image}

 
     
     

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