The full assembly of all 101 tactical colour maps, from Count Alfred Von Schlieffen’s masterly treatise “CANNAE”.
The maps are in chronological order and include much important and useful information, including advances, retreats, movements and engagements as various phases of battle developed.
All maps are full size and faithful to the original cartography in all respects. This is a very impressive collection of maps that cover the battle of Cannae, the campaigns of Frederick the Great, and Napoleon, and the campaigns of 1866 and 1870–1. It should form part of every serious military scholar’s collection.