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War of the Second Coalition, 1798 to 1801

A. B. Rodger

War of the Second Coalition, 1798 to 1801

a strategic commentary

by A. B. Rodger

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English


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Statementby A.B. Rodger.
The Physical Object
Pagination312p.,23cm
Number of Pages312
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18471385M

First Coalition, War of the () Second Coalition, War of the () Armies. Europe. European armies of the French Revolution, / edited by Frederick C. Schneid. The war at sea and in the colonies through ; Peace efforts and the campaigns of ; The Directory and the campaigns of – Campaign in Germany; Campaign in Italy; The coup of 18 Fructidor and the Treaty of Camp Formio; Britain and the war (–97) The French expedition to Egypt and Syria; Formation of the Second Coalition.

Napoleon vs. the Second Coalition. The War of the Second Coalition (–) was the second war on revolutionary France by the European monarchies, led by Britain, Austria, and Russia and including the Ottoman Empire, Portugal and Naples. Their goal . War of the Second Coalition part of French Revolutionary Wars. French First Republic Kingdom of Spain Polish Legions Denmark-Norway French client republics: Napoleon's Egyptian Campaign part of French Revolutionary Wars. Ottoman Empire Mamluks Kingdom of Great Britain French First Republic

Helvetic Republic Britain Foreign Policy: The Second War of the Coalition, A.) The Diplomatic Pre-History of the War The Age of George III: The Second Coalition , from A Web of English History The Second Coalition. , South West Germany and North Italy: The War of the Second Coalition


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European Waters. Ottoman Empire in Europe. More History. Previous Page War of the Quadruple Alliance: Back to First Page. Back to Wars, Battles & Revolutions - Main Page. The War of the Second Coalition (–) was the second war on revolutionary France by the European monarchies, led by Britain, Austria and Russia, and including the Ottoman Empire, Portugal and Naples.

Their goal was to contain the spread of chaos from France, which was bankrupt after its expenditures in support of the American War of Independence. Second Coalition, War of the, Please provide your name, email, and your suggestion so that we can begin assessing any terminology changes.

Fields denoted with an asterisk (*) are required. The War of the 2nd Coalition The Second Coalition starts with the organisation on 24th december by Czar Paul I of Russia and ends with the Peace of Lunéville on 9th of february (with Britain: Amiens on 27th march ).

Members of the 2nd Coalition: Russia, Britain, Austria, Ottoman Empire, Portugal, Naples, Vatican. The war of the second coalition lasted between andand was inspired largely following the French defeat at the Battle of the Nile in Sensing the weakness of the revolutionary forces Great Britain decided to form a second coalition with Turkey, Austria and Russia in order to make another attempt to overthrow the French government.

Again commanding the Rhine front in the War of the Second Coalition against France (–), Charles defeated Jourdan and André Masséna but could not stop Moreau’s advance on Vienna after the Austrian defeat at Hohenlinden ().

During the war of Charles commanded the main Austrian army in Italy and again crushed Masséna at. A.B. Rodger is the author of The War of the Second Coalition, ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ).

The War of the Second Coalition: toa strategic commentary () Ross, Steven T. Quest for Victory; French Military Strategy, – () Ross, Steven T. European Diplomatic History, – France Against Europe () Rothenberg, Gunther E. The War of the Second Coalition (–) was the second war on revolutionary France by most of the European monarchies, led by Britain, Austria and Russia, and including the Ottoman Empire, Portugal, Naples, various German monarchies and Sweden, though Prussia did not join this coalition and Spain supported France.

Their goal was to contain the expansion of the French Republic and to. The War of the Second Coalition (–) was the second war on revolutionary France by the European monarchies, led by Britain, Austria and Russia, and including the Ottoman Empire, Portugal and Naples.

Their goal was to contain the spread of chaos from France, which was bankrupt after its expenditures in support of the American War of. Piers Mackesy, Statesmen at War: The Strategy of Overthrow, () A.B. Rodger, The War of the Second Coalition to A Strategic Commentary (). The Second Coalition Between and the First Coalition was established in an attempt to defeat the forces of the French following the French Revolution of but it failed to achieve its aim.

In Mayto get rid of Bonaparte, the Directory sent him to capture Egypt. If the French dominated the Middle East they would have control of the overland route to India. Excerpt: Irish Rebellion of - Quasi-War - Haitian Revolution Napoleonic Wars The Egyptian Campaign () was Napoleon Bonaparte's campaign in "The Orient," ostensibly to protect French trade interests, undermine Britain's access to India, and to establish scientific enterprise in the region.

The War of the Second Coalition (–) was the second war on revolutionary France by the European monarchies, led by Britain, Austria and Russia, and including the Ottoman Empire, Portugal and Naples. Their goal was to contain republican France.

They failed to overthrow the revolutionary regime and French territorial gains since were confirmed. Wars of the French Revolution in ‎ (1 C) Wars of the French Revolution in ‎ (2 F) Campaign in Egypt () ‎ (33 C, 1 P, 95 F).

The Coalition collapsed after Austria lost the Battle of Hohenlinden in December, and signed the Peace of Luneville in February, The Napoleonic Wars () War of the Second Coalition ()-Britain, Austria, Russia, Portugal, Naples and the Ottoman Empire combined to fight Revolutionary France.

Spain later joined France. War of the 2nd Coalition (with Napoleon's 2nd Italian Campaign) 12 March - 27 March Comments The War of the 2nd Coalition The Second Coalition starts with the organisation on 24th december by Czar Paul I of Russia and ends with the Peace of Lunéville on 9th of february (with Britain: Amiens on 27th march ).

The Second Coalition (): The Second Coalition was the direct result of the Battle of the Nile () in which Napoleon was defeated by Nelson. The European Powers were upset by the aggressive policy of the Directory and when they got the news that Napoleon was .The Second Coalition.

to On 22 JuneBritain became the last nation to join the Second Coalition against France. Before her signature were those of Austria, Russia, Turkey, the Vatican, Portugal and Naples.The War of the Second Coalition: toa strategic commentary () Ross, Steven T.

Quest for Victory; French Military Strategy, – () Ross, Steven T. European Diplomatic History, – France Against Europe () Rothenberg, Gunther E.