Fighting died down by noon, by when the French had been pushed back to the redoubts. Officers of the Royal Horse Guards in Spain: Battle of Vitoria on 21st June 1813 during the Peninsular War: picture by Denis Dighton. The 4-1 ratio of losses after the battle was impressive. 1: 4 squadrons, Reserve Cavalry For the bombing of Dresden, see Bombing of Dresden in World War II.For the 1760 engagement, see Siege of Dresden. Roder, GM Friedrich-Erhard-Leopold von, Cavalry Brigade troops. Kretov, GM, Astrakhan Cuirassier Regiment: 3 squadrons, Ekaterinoslav Cuirassier Regiment: 3 squadrons, 3rd Cuirassier Division THE DRESDENCAMPAIGN. Danish Front North-east France South-west France Italy The Battle of Dresden (26–27 August 1813) was a major engagement of the Napoleonic Wars. 1: 4 squadrons, 12th Infantry Brigade On the night of February 13, hundreds of RAF bombers descended on Dresden in two waves, dropping their lethal cargo indiscriminately over the city. Wrangel, OB August-Friedrich-Ludwig von, East Prussian Cuirassier Regiment: 4 squadrons, Brandenburg Cuirassier Regiment: 4 squadrons, Cavalry Brigade From Wikipedia The Battle of Dresden, fought on 26–27 August 1813, resulted in a French victory under Napoleon against forces of the Sixth Coalition of Austrians, Russians and Prussians under Field Marshal Schwartzenberg. "The Battle for Dresden, 1813 is a brigade level, two-player simulation depicting the two days of battle in and around the city of Dresden during Napoleon's 1813 campaign in Germany. Barclay de Tolly, GI Mikhail Bogdanovich, Count Mutius, OB Johann-Karl-Jakob von, Silesian National Cavalry Regiment: 2 squadrons, Silesian Landwehr Cavalry Regiment Nr. But if Saint-Cyr had any doubts about his ability to hold the city, he kept them to himself. Battle of Dresden, (Aug. 26–27, 1813), Napoleon’s last major victory in Germany. The Prussian infantry brigades in GL von Kleist’s II Corps each have Indeed, on 21 June 1813, Joseph's troops were decidedly on the back foot at this battle which was to mark the end of the French presence in Spain, and they could not withstand the high morale and energy of the attacking British and allied soldiers. by OB Muller von Hohenthal. Scheltuchin II, GM, Leib-Garde Infantry Regiment: 2 battalions, Pavlov Guard Grenadier Regiment: 2 battalions, Prussian Guard Brigade Light Garde Cavalry Regiment: 6 squadrons. At the battle of Lutzen (2 nd May 1813), ... to the eventual overthrow of Napoleon. 21 was commanded I had previously run Dresden 10 years ago using Grand Piquet, and look forward to running it using Field of Battle. It shows the orders of battle the Allied armies of Austria, Prussia, Russia and Sweden as well as numerous other contingents. is the “brigadechef” (head of the brigade); the second officer is the guns in 33 batteries, Friedrich-Wilhelm III, King of Prussia In general terms, Schwarzenburg’s strength (minus detachments) was 1st Cuirassier Division Battle of Dresden, 26-27 August 1813. The first day of the Battle of Dresden (26 August 1813) saw Napoleon defeat an Allied attack on the city, and launch a successful counterattack that prepared the way for his offensive on the second day. This is a list of orders of battle, which list the known military units that were located within the field of operations for each battle. In Aug., 1813, when the war between Napoleon and the allies, after a short truce, broke out afresh, Napoleon gathered his main army and attempted to strike and defeat his enemies separately before they could consolidate their forces and overwhelm him with superior numbers. GI Mikhail Illarionovich Kutusov eight years before at the Battle of It runs about 100 miles east of Dresden, and in 1813 was the site of the first major battle of the Autumn campaign. Hake, OBL Georg-Leopold-Gustav-August, Graf von*, Silesian Cuirassier Regiment: 4 squadrons, 2nd Silesian Hussar Regiment: 2 squadrons, Cavalry Brigade 11: 3 battalions, Silesian Landwehr Cavalry Regiment Nr. Graf, Langenau, GM Karl-Gustav, Freiherr von Franz I, Emperor of Austria, Allied Commander-in-Chief: Schwarzenburg, FM Karl-Philipp, Furst zu, Chief of Staff: Radetzky von Radetz, FML Johann-Josef-Wenzel-Anton-Franz-Karl, Introduction. 1: 3 battalions, Reserve Infantry Regiment Nr. The Army of Bohemia attacked Dresden on the morning of 26 August. The playing pieces denote the actual military formations available during the battle. Allied Order of Battle. It was fought on the outskirts of the Saxon capital of Dresden, between Napoleon’s 120,000 troops and 170,000 Austrians, Prussians, and Russians under Prince Karl Philipp Schwarzenberg. Krishanovsky, Colonel, Lithuanian Guard Infantry Regiment: 3 battalions, Finland Guard Infantry Regiment: 3 battalions, Russian Guard Brigade The first day of the Battle of Dresden (26 August 1813) saw Napoleon defeat an Allied attack on the city, and launch a successful counterattack that prepared the way for his offensive on the second day. In the Austrian and Prussian The Battle on the French Left End of the Battle The second day of the Battle of Dresden (27 August 1813) saw Napoleon launch a massive counterattack that forced the Allies to retreat, and that might have given him a decisive victory if Marshal Vandamme had made more progress to the south of Dresden. Acht, Colonel, St. Petersburg Grenadier Regiment: 2 battalions, Grenadier Brigade ***Some sources list OBL Johann-Karl-Ludwig Braun as II Corps artillery THE FIGHT AROUND THE REDOUBT No. The battle took place around the city of Dresden in modern-day Germany. Battle of Dresden. IV Army Corps (GdD Bertrand) - 9.000/9.800 men - French-Italian-German 5. OBL Friedrich-Wilhelm-Christian-Ludwig von, West Prussian Infantry Regiment Nr. That's it. He managed to surprise his opponents with such a forced march. Battle of Dresden Arc de Triomphe : DRESDE August 26, 1813 - August 27, 1813 When Napoleon learned from Marshal Gouvion St. Cyr that the capital of his ally the King of Saxony was seriously threatened by an Allied force, he ordered a number of corps to march to Dresden's relief. His battle line was smaller, so easier to defend and he was able to exploit gaps and weakness in the much longer allied line. To cite an example, the Austrian Infantry Regiment Schwarzenburg’s command on 26-27 August consisted Result: French Victory Created/Published: 1830 Battle of Dresden; Part of the War of the Sixth Coalition: Date: 26–27 August 1813: Location: Dresden, Kingdom of Saxony. Allied Order-of-Battle at Dresden: 26 - 27 August 1813. Graf Albrecht Gyulai von Maros-Nemeth und Nadaska Nr. The Battle of Dresden was fought August 26-27 near the city of Dresden in Germany. The allies launched the Army of Bohemia through the … After nine hours of assaults, the French were pushed back into the city’s suburbs. However, Napoleon's victory was not as complete as it could have been. The battle been a slaughter with casualties on both sides far beyond those of the great and bloody battle once fought in the neighbouring fields; the French had lost 20,400 men including 2,700 killed, 16,900 wounded and 800 men and five guns captured and another 22 guns disabled, the allies perhaps 22,000 men all in, though with only two guns lost and doubtless many more damaged or … Information dating from April and early August 1813 is available; The Battle of Dresden was fought on 26–27 August 1813 around Dresden, Germany, resulting in a French victory under Napoleon against forces of the Sixth Coalition of Austrians, Russians and Prussians under Field Marshal Schwartzenberg. By 11am the Coalition commanders, including the Russian, Austrian and Prussian monarchs, had taken up a position on the Räcknitz Heights, from where they could see French reinforcements … under GI Mikhail Bogdanovich, Count Barclay de Tolly (who had replaced Werder, OB Hans-Ernst-Christoph von. *Some sources list OB Christian-Wilhelm-Ferdinand Laroche von Starkenfels With the coalition armies closing in, Napoleon concentrated his forces around the prosperous city of Leipzig. 1: 3 battalions, Silesian Landwehr Infantry Regiment Nr. however, subsequent changes before 26 August make these orders-of-battle von Jagow are listed with 10th Brigade). Rosen, GM Andrei Fedorovich, Baron von, Leibgarde Cuirassier Regiment: 3 squadrons, 2nd Cuirassier Division This historical order of battle is for August 10, 1813. HOUSE RULES The order of battle (OOB) is based on the given by Lamont Anderson (Colorado Springs Games Association): This was NOT what the allies had expected. GC Ludwig-Adolf-Peter [Petr Christianovich], Graf von Wittgenstein on Information on the Russian Army at the Battle of Borodino in Dec 15, 2016 - Battle of Dresden 1813: map, order of battle. The battle of Dresden showed Napoleon at his best. The citys air defenses were so weak that only six Lancaster bombers were shot down. French Order of Battle Leipzig 1813 ~ Part 1 ~ II, III, IV, V, and VI Army Corps VII, VIII, IX, and XI Army Corps. French order of battle - Leipzig 1813. Die Sprengung der Dresdner Brücke durch Davoust am 19. II Army Corps (MdE Victor) - 15.300/17.400 men 3. Battle of Dresden - 27 August 1813 Day 2 (French Right flank) Historical Background Dresden was the last major depot in Napoleon's line of communications and full of supplies. 8: 4 battalions, Reserve Infantry Regiment Nr. 2 I Corps [part]. of his Army of Bohemia along with Barclay de Tolly’s Russian and Prussian complicated and cumbersome. 2: 3 battalions, Reserve Infantry Regiment Nr. 1: 3 battalions, Garde zu Fuss Regiment Nr. In the Battle of Bautzen (20–21 May 1813), a combined Prusso–Russian army, that was massively outnumbered, was pushed back by Napoleon but escaped destruction, with some sources claiming that Marshal Michel Ney failed to block their retreat. One player controls the French forces, while the other player controls the combined Austrian, Russian and Prussian forces. 7: 3 battalions, Silesian Landwehr Infantry Regiment Nr. Despite be This work is the second in a three-volume series on the 1813 campaign; it is the first significant study on the 1813 campaign since Petre. In common with other Napoleonic coalition armies, the composition and The two-day battle of Dresden was the final large-scale victory of Napoleon’s military career. However, Napoleon's victory was not as complete as it could have been. Prussen, GM August-Friedrich-Wilhelm-Heinrich at the Battle of Dresden. 7: 4 battalions, 10th Infantry Brigade The Coalition’s Trachenberg Plan stated that its armies should avoid battle with the main French body, commanded by Napoleon, but should seek battle with isolated enemy corps. the ten-week Armistice of Poischwitz. The battles are listed in chronological order by starting date (or planned start date). Left Wing [Prussian II Corps]. He planned to strike against the interior lines of his enemies and defeat them in detail, before they could combine their full strength. Battle of Dresden 26-27 August 1813 Due to mud, the mass of French cavalry advanced at a fast walk. Carnall, OBL Arvid-Konrad von, Silesian Infantry Regiment Nr. Battle of Dresden. Battle of Dresden. The Allies had lost 38,000 men, the French barely 10,000. Zwielikov, GM, Ekaterinoslav Grenadier Regiment: 2 battalions, Count Arakcheyev Grenadier Regiment: 2 battalions, Grenadier Brigade The book goes through four major battles of Dennewitz, Gross-Beeren, Dresden, and the Battle of the Katzbach. about 120,000 men on the first day of the battle, rising to a total Tippelskirsch, OB Ernst-Ludwig von: Chief-of-Staff, 9th Infantry Brigade Raevsky, GM Nikolai Nikolaevich, 1st Grenadier Division of this Armistice for Napoleon because his Allied opponents used the By any standard Dresden was a great French victory, one of the emperor’s last unalloyed triumphs. The battle took place around the city of Dresden in modern-day Germany. Prinz von/Funck, OBL Friedrich-Wilhelm von, Silesian Infantry Regiment Nr. 7: 4 squadrons**, Silesian Landwehr Cavalry Regiment Nr. The allied attack on the 18th, with more than 300,000 men, converged on the Leipzig perimeter. By the morning, some 800 British bombers had dropped more than 1,400 tons of high-explosive bombs and more than 1,100 tons of incendiaries on Dresden, creating a great firestorm that destroyed most of the city and killed numerous civilians. Light Garde Cavalry Regiment: 6 squadrons. as brigade commander. Battle of Dresden. Battle of Leipzig. Battle of Dresden; Dresden, Battle of (Germany : 1813) Filed under: Dresden, Battle of, Dresden, Germany, 1813. Headquarters. 2: 3 battalions, Silesian Landwehr Infantry Regiment Nr. Murat wearing his extravagant uniform was well seen across the battlefield. Gudovich, GM Nikolai Nikolaiovich, Military Order Cuirassier Regiment: 4 squadrons, Little Russia Cuirassier Regiment: 4 squadrons, Cavalry Brigade The two-day battle of Dresden was the final large-scale victory of Napoleon’s He had some 300,000 men against allied forces totaling over 450,000. dresden (august 26, 1813) INTRODUCTION The Allied Sovereigns attack the Saxon capital but Napoleon runs to sucoour it. consult available primary and secondary print sources. Shown are the units types and number of bases for those units. There is little reliable online data about the Allied forces present Levaschov, GM, Novgorod Cuirassier Regiment: 4 squadrons, Starodoub Cuirassier Regiment: 4 squadrons. However, Napoleon's victory was not as complete as it could have been. under FM Karl-Philipp, Furst zu Schwarzenburg; the Swedish Army of the 1: Around the redoubt No. He had about 200,000 soldiers under his command, primarily French troops, along with some Poles, Italians, and Germans from the Confederation of the … The game should fit well on one of the roughly 8 x 5 foot tables available for that convention, as well as the four hour length game slots. Involved forces. Allied Order-of-Battle at Dresden: 26 - 27 August 1813: The Army Reserve Army Reserve. commander. Tchailikov, GM, Cossack Brigade Austerlitz). On August 26 the allied coalition made a … June 18, 1815. keyboard_arrow_right . command structure of Schwarzenburg’s tri-national force at Dresden was Battle of Dresden. the Napoleonic Wars is often unavailable, inaccurate or too broad in It came in the late summer of the 1813 Campaign, following the ten-week Armistice of Poischwitz. It shows the orders of battle for the French Army and its various allied contingents. N & E. Napoléon & Empire . Result: French Victory Created/Published: 1830 Duka, GM Ilia Mikhailovich, Cavalry Brigade However, Napoleon's victory was not as complete as it could have been. “brigadekommandeur” (brigade field-commander). III Army Corps (GdD Souham) - 17.100/17.200 men 4. The Battle of Dresden (26–27 August 1813) was a major engagement of the Napoleonic Wars. Quite the same Wikipedia. The 314,000-strong Austrian, Prussian, and Austrian army under Karl Schwarzenberg, Friedrich Graf Kleist von Nollendorf, and Peter Wittgenstein surrounded the city of Dresden, which was fortified by its French garrison. By August 21 Blücher realised that he was advancing on Napoleon, so withdrew. accurate. two “command” officers (GM Georg von Pirch and OBL Friedrich-Wilhelm-Christian-Ludwig August 26, 1813 - August 27, 1813. 6: 3 battalions, Silesian Landwehr Infantry Regiment Nr. 9: 4 battalions, 11th Infantry Brigade time to assemble formidable military forces: the Prussian Army of Silesia 10: 3 battalions, Silesian Hussar Regiment Nr. Klux, GM Franz-Friedrich-Karl-Ernst von/Schumalensee, OBL von, West Prussian Infantry Regiment Nr. The Battle of Dresden was fought on 26–27 August 1813 around Dresden, Germany, resulting in a French victory under Napoleon against forces of the Sixth Coalition of Austrians, Russians and Prussians under Field Marshal Schwartzenberg. Chevich, GM, Cavalry Brigade 2: 3 battalions, III Grenadier Corps [part] THE DRESDENCAMPAIGN. Dr. Nafziger shows us how the Allies completely changed their strategy after the armistice that divided the two parts of the campaign. From Wikipedia The Battle of Dresden, fought on 26–27 August 1813, resulted in a French victory under Napoleon against forces of the Sixth Coalition of Austrians, Russians and Prussians under Field Marshal Schwartzenberg. The allies had hoped to capture Even though the French and Napoleon were outnumbered roughly 135,000 to 214,000, Napoleon scored a brilliant victory over Austrian General von Schwarzenburg and Russian Tsar Alexander I. Right Wing [Russian]. dresden (august 26, 1813) the second half. German map showing the movements of 26 and 27 August 1813 at the Battle of Dresden. The Battles of Dresden and Kulm 26-30 August 1813 The Coalition opposing Napoleon based their strategy for the Autumn 1813 campaign in Central Europe on the Trachenberg Plan, which stated that their armies should retreat if faced by the main French army under his personal command. I, in the area comprised between the Grossen Gartens and the Elbe, the Russians fight their particular battle against the French. In particular, Russian divisional, brigade and regimental data for Dec 15, 2016 - Battle of Dresden 1813: map, order of battle. V Army Corps (GdD Lauriston) - … It was the morning of August 26, 1813, and Saint-Cyr and his French XIV Corps were defending Dresden, the capital of Saxony, from a large and menacing Allied army that outnumbered his own by at least four to one. Historian David Chandler gives a But the Coalition avoided battle with Napoleon himself, choosing to attack his subordinate commanders instead (see the Trachenburg … Even though the French and Napoleon were outnumbered roughly 135,000 to 214,000, Napoleon scored a brilliant victory over Austrian General von Schwarzenburg and Russian Tsar Alexander I. One player controls the French forces, while the other player controls the combined Austrian, Russian and Prussian forces. II Corps Reserve Artillery: 8 batteries [64 guns]. under GdK Gerhard-Leberecht von Blucher; the Austrian Army of Bohemia Napoleon won a tactical victory at the Battle of Dresden on August 26-27, 1813, but his generals suffered defeats on other fronts. The Battle of Dresden (26-27 August 1813) was a major battle of the Napoleonic Wars that occurred in and around the German city of Dresden. scope. 1812 is somewhat better, but if details are required, researchers should It runs about 100 miles east of Dresden, and in 1813 was the site of the first major battle of the Autumn campaign. With the recent addition of Austria, the Sixth Coalition felt emboldened in their quest to expel the French from Central Europe. of limited use to researchers. French Orders of Battle. by another officer. 44-51. Sivers, GM Egor Karlovich: Chief-of-Engineers, 24 battalions, 3 squadrons and 36 guns in 3 batteries, Wittgenstein, GC Ludwig-Adolf-Peter [Petr Christianovich], Graf von, Ingermannland Dragoon Regiment: 3 squadrons, Selenginsk Infantry Regiment: 2 battalions, 41 battalions, 32 squadrons and 112 guns in 14 batteries, Kleist, GL Friedrich-Heinrich von Battles of general Bonaparte and Emperor Napoleon I - Battle of Dresden. Battle of Dresden, (Aug. 26–27, 1813), Napoleon’s last major victory in Germany. Later that day, as survivor… May 22, 2016 - A descriptive look at Napoleons' 1812 invasion of Russia Jachwill, GL: Chief-of-Artillery I took the liberty of making some minor modifications, most notably by reducing the number of artillery stands. Dresden was a very large battle, involving over 350,00 men total between the two sides. The battle was the culmination of the German Campaign of 1813 and involved 500,000 soldiers, 2,200 artillery pieces, the expenditure of 200,000 rounds of artillery ammunition, and 127,000 casualties, making it the largest battle in Europe prior to World War I. You could also do it yourself at any point in time. Campaign in south-west France The Battle of Dresden was fought on 26–27 August 1813 around Dresden, Germany, resulting in a French victory under Napoleon against forces of the Sixth Coalition of Austrians, Russians and Prussians under Field Marshal Schwartzenberg. The first officer Schwarzenberg ordered a night retreat. With the recent addition of Austria, the Sixth Coalition felt emboldened in their qu This particular order of battle was borrowed directly from the larger, official Age of Eagles Dresden scenario presented in the main rule book. For more sources, see Peter Hofschroer, Leipzig 1813 (1993), pp. October 16, 1813 - October 19, 1813. British order of battle at the Battle of Vitoria: Commander: Lieutenant General (local General) the Marquess of Wellington . 1. The Battle of Dresden was fought on 26–27 August 1813 around Dresden, Germany, resulting in a French victory under Napoleon against forces of the Sixth Coalition of Austrians, Russians and Prussians underField Marshal Schwartzenberg.However, Napoleon's victory was not as complete as it could have been. I developed the scenario from several sources, including Nafziger's invaluable "Napoleon at Dresden: the battles of August, 1813", and the scenarios for the battle for Napoleon's Battles (by Rafael Pardo) and Sam Mustafa's Grand Armee: The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. Sabaneev, GL Ivan Vasilievich: Chief-of-Staff dresden (august 26, 1813) INTRODUCTION The Allied Sovereigns attack the Saxon capital but Napoleon runs to sucoour it. Battle of Dresden, Day One (26 August 1813) The Battle - The main Allied attack. 17 May 1813). The Battle Of The Katzbach 26 August, 1813 The Katzbach is a river of modest size — a tributary of the Oder — flowing through modern-day Poland and the Czech Republic. The rain made many Austrian muskets useless. Reserve Cavalry. The Battle of Dresden was fought on 26–27 August 1813 around Dresden, Germany, resulting in a French victory under Napoleon against forces of the Sixth Coalition of Austrians, Russians and Prussians underField Marshal Schwartzenberg.However, Napoleon's victory was not as complete as it could have been. Alvensleben, OBL Johann-Friedrich-Karl-Gebhard von, Garde zu Fuss Regiment Nr. The Battle of Dresden (26–27 August 1813) was a major engagement of the Napoleonic Wars. Just better. armies, this practice was more common on the regimental level; units HOUSE RULES The order of battle (OOB) is based on the given by Lamont Anderson (Colorado Springs Games Association): Tschoglikov, GM, Grenadier Brigade 10: 4 battalions, Reserve Infantry Regiment Nr. Depreradovich, GM Nikolai Ivanovich, Cavalry Brigade 99 battalions, 72 squadrons and 170 guns in 28 batteries, 94 battalions, 102 squadrons [excluding Cossack regiments] and 318 Shown are the units types and number of bases for those units. Battle of Dresden, 26-27 August 1813, The only French victory of the Leipzig campaign and Napoleon's last on German soil, the battle of Dresden was Napoleon at far from his best. Sipiagin, Colonel Nikolai Martemianovich: Chief-of-Staff, Russian Guard Brigade over their national military affairs (a similar situation had faced Napoleon had created the Army of the Bober, commanded by Marshal … German map showing the movements of 26 and 27 August 1813 at the Battle of Dresden. August 26th and 27th, 1813 at Dresden, on the Elbe river, Saxony, Germany. North under Kronprinz Bernadotte; the Russian-Prussian Army Reserve 2. Home - Book Shop - Wars - Battles - Biographies - Timeline - Weapons - Blog - Full Index - Subjects - Concepts - Country - Documents - Pictures & Maps . This historical order of battle is for August 10, 1813. bore the name of their colonel-in-chief, but were commanded in the field Yemelianov, Colonel, Grand Duke Constantine Pavlovich of Russia, Guard Light Cavalry Division Bug Cossack Regiment Nr. Date and place. St. Cyr and XIV corps were charged with its defence while Napoleon pursued the Army of Silesia under Blücher. The Battle of the Weisseritz (Dresden) Age of Eagles Scenario by GRW, 2009 SETTING Date: 27 August 1813, 1:30 PM Location: 1 mile southwest of Dresden, Saxony Combatants: French Empire vs. Austrian Empire History: In late August, Schwarzenberg converged his 200,000-man Army of Bohemia on Napoleon's defenses at Dresden--the capital of Saxony. **Detached to GM Johann-Adolf von Thielemann. Battle of Dresden; Part of the War of the Sixth Coalition: Date: 26–27 August 1813: Location: Dresden, Kingdom of Saxony. Trapp, GM Baron of about 170,000 on the final day. Zeiten, GM Hans-Ernst-Karl von The 314,000-strong Austrian, Prussian, and Austrian army under Karl Schwarzenberg, Friedrich Graf Kleist von Nollendorf, and Peter Wittgenstein surrounded the city of Dresden, which was fortified by its French garrison. Battle of Toulouse. Battle of Dresden 1813: map, order of battle. Battle of Waterloo. Toll, GM Karl-Friedrich von, Artillery: Reisner, FML Anton, Freiherr von, Placed on the Napoleon Series: August 2004. The Battle Of The Katzbach 26 August, 1813 The Katzbach is a river of modest size — a tributary of the Oder — flowing through modern-day Poland and the Czech Republic. 8: 4 squadrons**, Miloradovitch, GI Mikhail Andreevich total of 38,000 Allied casualties/losses for the two-day battle. Aleksandr I, Czar of Russia April 10, 1814. The Battle of Dresden was fought on 26–27 August 1813 around Dresden, Germany, resulting in a French victory under Napoleon I against forces of the Sixth Coalition of Austrians, Russians and Prussians under Field Marshal Schwartzenberg. To install click the Add extension button. Illowaiski, GM, Prussian Guard Cavalry Brigade On 16 August, Napoleon had sent Marshal Saint-Cyr's corps to fortify and hold Dresden in order to hinder allied movements and to serve as a possible base for his own manoeuvres. Battle of Dresden 26-27 August 1813. The smaller, but incredibly important Battle of Kulm is also described. 1. It came in the late summer of the 1813 Campaign, following Jun 18, 2017 - A descriptive look at the 1805 battle of the three Emperors' Russia and Austria were present during the battle, each exercising influence Pirch, GM Georg von/Jagow Result: French victory: Belligerents; France Kingdom of Saxony: Austria Prussia Russia: Commanders and leaders; Napoleon Bonaparte Michel Ney Auguste de Marmont Placed on the Napoleon Series: August 2004. In addition, the Allied sovereigns of Prussia, "The Battle for Dresden, 1813 is a brigade level, two-player simulation depicting the two days of battle in and around the city of Dresden during Napoleon's 1813 campaign in Germany. On the second day of the battle, exiled French General Jean Moreau was fatally struck by a cannonball that narrowly missed Russian czar Alexander. 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