|With the beginning of the new
year, the Napoleon Series starts its third decade of being online!
We continue to expand at an amazing rate and have over 10,000 visitors
a day. Our Discussion
Forum is the premier forum for Napoleonic history on the internet,
with over 950 registered members.
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|Congratulations to all the winners
of the 2016 Napoleon Series Writing Contest! This contest honors the
many great papers that were published by the Napoleon Series in 2015.
Click on the link to see the winning entries! 2016 Napoleon Series Writing Contest
New? The Napoleon Series has over 14000 articles,
maps, illustrations, reviews, photographs, and charts! We added
over 500 new items last year! This past year we have focued on primary source
material, with hundreds of pages of new or hard to find information.
We keep our readers current by updating our "What's New" Section
twice every month. To see previous years' listings, click on: What
We Haved Added over the Years
War of 1812 Magazine is a regular feature
that is published on the Napoleon Series.
The aim of the magazine is to offer information, discussion, and
a place to learn about an oft-neglected aspect of the Napoleonic
Wars, the first and only war fought between Great Britain and the
United States, from 1812 to 1814. I would like to welcome Matthew MacVittie, the new editor of the War of 1812 Magazine, to the Napoleon Series! Recent articles include:
Forum We have a very active discussion forum with a searchable
archives of over 100,000 messages dating back to 2001.
contains hundreds of articles, images, and maps in a variety of military
topics, divided into the following major sections: organization and
uniforms, campaigns and battles, virtual battlefield tours, and a
map archive. Recent additions include:
has articles and primary source material on mostly non-military subjects,
such as: biographies, eyewitness accounts, government, politics, and
society. Here you can find:
contains reviews of new and out-of-print books, as well as web sites,
multimedia, miniatures and periodicals. Among them are:
John Hussey's Waterloo: the Campaign of 1815
Through Spain with Wellington: The Letters of Lieutenant Peter Le Mesurier of the ‘Fighting Ninth’
The Royal Saxon Army: 1792 – 1814
To America: Personal Reflections of an Historian
Napoleon and Italy: a Military History of Napoleonic Italy, 1805 – 1815
Boots and Saddles: Horses and Riders of Wellington's Army
With the 1st Foot Guards in the Peninsular and at Waterloo: the Letters of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Pack, 1806 – 1816
Picton’s Division at Waterloo
The Memoirs of Baron von Müffling: a Prussian Officer in the Napoleonic Wars
Men of the 1st Foot Guards at Waterloo and Beyond
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Napoleonic Society (INS) is a primary sponsor of the Napoleon
Series. This non-profit organization, established by Ben
Weider, is an educational body whose goal is to promote the
study of the Napoleonic Era in accordance with proper academic standards.