Full five volume set
VOLUME I: The Armee du Nord
VOLUME II: The Armees de la Moselle, du Rhin, de Sambre-et-Meuse, de Rhin-et-Moselle
VOLUME III: The Armies in the West, 1793 to 1797; The Armies in the South, 1792 to March 1796
VOLUME IV: The Army of Italy 1796 to 1797; Paris and the Army of the Interior 1792 to 1797; The Coup D’Etat of Fructidor , September 1797
VOLUME V: The Armies on the Rhine, in Switzerland, Holland, Italy, Egypt, & the Coup d’Etat of Brumaire 1797-1799
Full five volume set. ARMIES OF THE FIRST FRENCH REPUBLIC AND THE RISE OF THE MARSHALS OF NAPOLEON I
Monumental cornerstone work on the Revolutionary/Napoleonic Army & its commanders. This is a thoroughly documented work of immense scholarship, it is also the treatise of an experienced and seasoned military man, whose criticism of strategy and tactics is always intelligent and to the point, so that he contributes something new to the campaigns with which he deals with even though his main interest in them is with the careers of the future marshals.
The French field armies of the Revolutionary Wars (1793–1800) formed the military education of the future marshals. Phipps called these revolutionary armies the Schools for Marshals.
The end of 1799 may be conveniently taken as the dividing point between the Revolutionary and Napoleonic phases of the conflict, since in that year the consulate of Napoleon Bonaparte was established.