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THE SEVEN WEEKS WAR OF 1866: Its Antecedents and Incidents, Based Upon Letters Reprinted from 'The Times' e-book

Author:

H.M. Hozier

Language:

English

Category:

History

Subcategory:

Europe

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1302 kb

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Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

Helion and Company (June 30, 2010)

Pages:

432

ISBN:

1906033064

THE SEVEN WEEKS WAR OF 1866: Its Antecedents and Incidents, Based Upon Letters Reprinted from 'The Times' e-book

by H.M. Hozier


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The Seven Weeks' War book. The Seven Weeks' War:. by Henry Montague Hozier.

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This remains one of the classic works on the Seven Weeks War of 1866. The author, Sir Henry Hozier, was Winston Churchill's father-in-law, a career army officer, journalist, and later in life, Secretary of Lloyd's. At the outbreak of the war Hozier was 28 years old, an army officer who was appointed Special Correspondent of the Times, attached to the Prussian First Army of Prince Frederick Charles.

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AFTER the war the Prussian Government determined to annex the territories of Hanover, Hesse-Cassel, Nassau, and the free town of Frankfort

AFTER the war the Prussian Government determined to annex the territories of Hanover, Hesse-Cassel, Nassau, and the free town of Frankfort. By the treaties with Austria, made before and after the war, Schleswig, Holstein, and Lauenberg were also united to Prussia.

Title: The Seven Weeks' War: its antecedents and its incidents. Based upon letters reprinted.

Interesting in some of the detail provided. Author in style of time full of praise for the bravado of the soldiers and sided with Prussia in much of his description.

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Henry Montague), 1842-1907). Books from the extended shelves

Henry Montague), 1842-1907). Books from the extended shelves: Hozier, . Henry Montague), 1842-1907: Field-marshal Count Moltke, 1800-1878, (London, W. Swan Sonnenschein, 1879), also by Wilhelm Müller and Percy Pinkerton (page images at HathiTrust). Henry Montague), 1842-1907: The seven weeks' war : its antecedents and its incidents, (London ; New York : Macmillan and c. 1872) (page images at HathiTrust). Henry Montague), 1842-1907: The seven weeks' war. Its antecedents and its incidents.

This remains one of the classic works on the Seven Weeks War of 1866. The author, Sir Henry Hozier, was Winston Churchill's father-in-law, a career army officer, journalist, and later in life, Secretary of Lloyd's. At the outbreak of the war Hozier was 28 years old, an army officer who was appointed Special Correspondent of the Times, attached to the Prussian First Army of Prince Frederick Charles. He managed to keep up with the rapid Prussian advance, and provides an outstanding personal narrative relating his experiences combined with a clear narrative of the campaign on a wider scale. This is a newly typeset edition, with introduction by Duncan Rogers outlining Hozier's life and the place his account of the 1866 Campaign occupies in the War's historiography. All of the original maps from the first edition are retained.

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