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Atlas to Alison's History of Europe

by Alexander Keith Johnston and published by
William Blackwood and Sons in 1850

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Alison's Atlas, a must have for every student of the Napoleonic Military era, covers every major military engagement from the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. It also includes several national maps and town plans. The maps show plans of sieges and battles and show the whole range of campaigns including locations of troops and political boundaries. These detailed maps can be used to get a true visual understanding of the events surrounding each of the battles and the strategic positionings of troops and other resources during the campaigns profiled.

Each of the 108 pages of the entire atlas has been carefully scanned and stored as a high resolution jpg image that you can view on your computer screen or print out on your printer or on a large format printer. The maps look great even printed on 18 to 24 inch wide paper.

We have posted a sample page of the atlas (pictured above in small size) - Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815: sheet 2nd, crisis of the battle. It is a large file - approximately 3 MB in size so it will take several seconds to download. It will open in a separate browser window and this image measures approximately 2600 x 2000 pixels in size.


Here are all the maps and pages included on this CD.

Title Page Title Page
Front Piece Frontispiece: Military signs and illustrations of modern fortification
Page 1 Part of Europe showing the boundaries of France and adjoining coutries before the revolution of 1789.
Page 2 Part of Europe showing the boundaries of France and adjoining coutries at the height of Napoleon's power in 1812.
Page 3 Paris at the outbreak of the French revolution, 1789; Environs of Paris.
Page 4 Map of the Netherlands & part of the adjoining countries; to illustrate the campaigns of 1792-1795.
Page 5 Battle of Jemappes, 6 November 1792
Page 6 Map of France to illustrate the campaigns of 1793 etc.
Page 7 Battle of Neerwinden, 18 March 1793
Page 8 Siege of Toulon, 19 December 1793
Page 9 Battles of Turcoing & Tournay, 18 & 22 May 1794
Page 10 Battle of Fleurus, 26 June 1794
Page 11 Map of North Italy, Switzerland, South Germany etc, to illustrate the campaigns of 1796 etc.
Page 12 Map of the valley of the Po to illustrate the campaigns of 1796-7 & 1800.
Page 13 Battles of Lonato & Castiglione, 3 August 1796; and of Medola, 5 August 1796
Page 14 Siege of Mantua and the affairs of St. George & La Favourite, 15 September 1796.
Page 15 Battle of Arcole, 15 16 & 17 November 1796 (first day - 15 November)
Page 16 Battle of Arcole, 15 16 & 17 November 1796 (third day - 17 November)
Page 17 Battle of Rivoli, 14 & 15 January 1797
Page 18 Battle of Cape St. Vincent, 14 February 1797.
Page 19 Battle of Camperdown, 11 October 1797.
Page 20 Map of Lower Egypt and part of Syria, to illustrate the expedition to Egypt, and the campaign of 1798-1801; Battle of Aboukir, 25 July 1799.
Page 21 Battle of the Nile, 1 August 1798.
Page 22 Siege of St. Jean d'Acre by the French army of Egypt from 19 March to 21 May 1799; map of the country between the Jordan and Acre.
Page 23 Battle of Mount Thabor, 16 April 1799.
Page 24 Battle of Stockach, 25 March 1799; Map of the Tyrol
Page 25 Battle of Zurich, 4 June 1799.
Page 26 Battle of Trebbia, 18, 19 & 20 June 1799.
Page 27 Battle of Novi, 15 August 1799. battle plan
Page 28 Battle of Marengo, 14 June 1800: sheet 1.
Page 29 Battle of Marengo, 14 June 1800: sheet 2.
Page 30 Battle of Hohenlinden, 3 December 1800: sheet 1.
Page 31 Battle of Hohenlinden, 3 December 1800: sheet 2.
Page 32 Battle of Copenhagen, 2 April 1801.
Page 33 Battle of Alexandia, 21 March 1801.
Page 34 Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805: plate 1.
Page 35 Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805: plate 2.
Page 36 Map of the operations which led to the Capitulation of Ulm in October 1805
Page 37 Battle of Austerlitz, 2 December 1805.
Page 38 Map of South Italy to illustrate the invasion of Naples in 1806 etc.
Page 39 Map of Prussia & Poland to illustrate the campaigns of 1806 etc. (See enlarged maps, plates 39, 75 & 79.)
Page 40 Battle of Jena, 14 October 1806.
Page 41 Battle of Auerst?dt, 14 October 1806.
Page 42 Battle of Pultusk, 26 December 1806; environs of Pultusk and Golymin.
Page 43 Battle of Preussisch-Eylau: first sheet - evening of 7 February 1807.
Page 44 Battle of Preussisch-Eylau: second sheet, 8 February 1807; Part of Old or East Prussia explanatory of the campaigns of Eylau & Friedland.
Page 45 Battle of Heilsburg, 10 June 1807.
Page 46 Battle of Friedland, 14 June 1807.
Page 47 Map of India to illustrate the campaigns from 1799 to 1806.
Page 48 Map of Spain and Portugal to illustrate the campaigns of 1808 etc.
Page 49 Siege of Saragossa, by the French army of Aragon; in 1808 and 1809.
Page 50 Battle of Medina de Rio-Seco, 14 July 1808.
Page 51 Battle of Vimeira, 21 August 1808.
Page 52 Battle of Corunna, 16 January 1809.
Page 53 Map of the valley of the Danube from Ratisbon to Pressburg to illustrate the campaigns of 1808-9; Valley of the Danube west of Ratisbon on the same scale
Page 54 Battle of Abensberg, 20 April 1809.
Page 55 Battle of Ecm?hl, 22 April 1809.
Page 56 Battle of Aspern or Essling, 21 & 22 May 1809: sheet 1.
Page 57 Battle of Aspern or Essling, 21 & 22 May 1809: sheet 2.
Page 58 Battle of Wagram, 5 & 6 July 1809: sheet 1, 5 July.
Page 59 Battle of Wagram, 5 & 6 July 1809: sheet 2, 6 July.
Page 60 Siege of Gerona by the French army of Catalonia from May to October 1809.
Page 61 Battle of Talavera de la Reyna, 27 & 28 July 1809.
Page 62 Battle of Oca?a, 19 November 1809.
Page 63 Battle of Busaco, 27 September 1810.
Page 64 Map of part of Portugal to illustrate the defence of Lisbon by the Lines of Torres Vedras, October & November 1810.
Page 65 Battle of Barossa, 5 March 1811.
Page 66 Plan of the siege of Tarragona by the French army of Aragon, 4 may to 30 June 1811.
Page 67 Battle of Albuera, 16 May 1811.
Page 68 Plan of the fortifications of Ciudad Rodrigo explanatory of the sieges of July 1810 & January 1812. The field works refer to the siege of 1812.
Page 69 Siege of Badajos by the Allies under Wellington from 17 March to 6 April 1812.
Page 70 Battle of Salamanca, 22 July 1812.
Page 71 Siege of the Castle of Burgos by the Allies under Wellington from 10 September to 21 October 1812.
Page 72 Map of Turkey to illustrate the war with Russia 1807-1812.
Page 73 Map of part of Russia to illustrate the campaigns of 1812.
Page 74 Battles of Smolensko & Valtellina 17, 18 & 19 August 1812.
Page 75 Battle of Borodino, 7 September 1812.
Page 76 Battle of Malo-Jaroslawitz, 24 October 1812.
Page 77 Battle of Krasnoi, 16, 17 & 18 November 1812.
Page 78 Passage of the Beresina, 26, 27 & 28 November 1812.
Page 79 Battle of Lutzen, 2 May 1813.
Page 80 Battle of Bautzen, 20 & 21 May 1813.
Page 81 Battle of Vitoria, 21 June 1813.
Page 82 Map of part of the Pyrenees to illustrate the campaign of 1813.
Page 83 Siege of St. Sebastian by the Allies, under Wellington, from June to September 1813.
Page 84 Battle of Dresden, 26 & 27 August 1813.
Page 85 Battle of Culm, 29 August 1813.
Page 86 Battle of Katzbach, 26 August 1813.
Page 87 Battle of Gross Beeren, 23 August 1813; Battle of Dennewitz, 6 September 1813.
Page 88 Battle of Leipzig, 16, 17, 18 & 19 October 1813: sheet 1.
Page 89 Battle of Leipzig, 16, 18 & 19 October 1813: sheet 2.
Page 90 Battle of Hanau, 30 October 1813.
Page 91 Attack of the French entrenched position on the Nivelle, 10 November 1813.
Page 92 Battles in front of Bayonne, 10-13 December 1813.
Page 93 Map of parts of France & Belgium to illustrate the campaigns of 1814-15.
Page 94 Battle of La Rothi?re, 1 February 1814.
Page 95 Battles of Champaubert & Vauchamps, 10 & 14 February 1814.
Page 96 Battle of Montmirail, 11 february 1814.
Page 97 Battle of Craone, 7 March 1814.
Page 98 Battle of Laon, 9 March 1814.
Page 99 Battle of Orthes, 27 February 1814.
Page 100 Battle of Toulouse, 10 April 1814.
Page 101 Battle of F?re Champenoise, 25 March 1814; Battle of Arcis-sur-Aube, 21 March 1814.
Page 102 Paris and its environs, to illustrate the Battle of Paris, 30 March 1814.
Page 103 Map of part of North America to illustrate the naval and military events of 1812-13-14; Enlarged map of the Niagara district.
Page 104 Battle of Ligny, 16 June 1815.
Page 105 Battle of Quatre Bras, 16 June 1815.
Page 106 Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815: sheet 1st, morning of the battle.
Page 107 Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815: sheet 2nd, crisis of the battle.
Page 108 Battle of Wavre, 18 & 19 June 1815.

This is a must have collection for any Napoleonic War buff!

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