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By Walter Emil Kaegi

ISBN-10: 9025609023

ISBN-13: 9789025609023

Forewordpage ix
Abbreviationspage xi
Introductionpage 1
a few features of jap Roman army Unrest within the 5th Centurypage 14
The Age of Justinian: Expeditionary Campaigns and Indisciplinepage 41
army and non secular Disturbances at the jap Frontierpage 64
The patience and Intensification of Sedition within the Balkanspage 89
army Unrest within the Early 7th Centurypage 120
revolt at the Receding Seventh-Century jap Frontierpage 137
the expansion of army effect 641-685page 154
in the direction of an realizing of the "Twenty Years of Anarchy"page 186
The Byzantine Thematic Armies within the First Iconoclastic interval (726-787)page 209
Intensification and Subsidence of Unrestpage 244
Epilogue: developments in army Unrest in the course of the 9th Centurypage 270
common Conclusionspage 293
Bibliographypage 331
Indexpage 359

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PI... he bauldi,·Jd or Borodino of General Junot's Reserve Corps, and their cmplo)'mcnt has already been mentioned in the corresponding section of the battle history of the Westralian Army. The other infantry unilS of this brigade were the 651' Lignc and the 461' Lignc. lcgcrs went to Spain, and on '7 November of that year they were attached to the Imperial Guard in Madrid. They remained with the Guard throughout their stay in Spain. On '29 December 1808lhcy fought al Benavente and were active in northern Spain.

Rcgiment. The town orMarienwerder was allocated as rendezvous ror IX Corps and 200 inrantrymen and 130 dismounted cavalry were concentrated there 30 Mellloirs, give us also slight hints as to their battle history, uniform and formation. Thiebault's 4th Battalion was formed of thrce companies of Oranien-Fulda soldiers and three companies of soldiers from Erfurt. The soldiers from Oranien-Fulda came partially from the II was apoleon's policy to leave no enemy Furstbischoflich-Fulda Upper Rhine Kreisregi.

In the centre was n while were 10 be drawn from the discharged Pnlssian lozenge and each corner of thc square c101h was soldiers resident in the areas of Munster, r-,'Iinden and Erfurt (no mention is made of the men of Eichsfcld who were also brought into the regiment) and also former Brunswick and OranienFulda soldiers. The regiment was to havc four banalions, each based on onc of thc areas mentioned aOO\'e: General Laison was responsible for recruitment in Munster; General Gobert in ~Iinden; General Bisson in Brunswick; and General Thiebauh in Fulda and Erfurl.

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