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Thanks!Edit

thanks for your help with Johann von Klenau, which was promoted yesterday. Auntieruth55 (talk) 19:53, 26 January 2010 (UTC)

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DYK?Edit

Hello, Alexandru.demian. I've nominated a few articles written by you to appear in the Did you know...? section on MainPage. You can see the nomination and the reviewers' comment here. Please consider putting in more footnotes and references to the articles, and/or join the discussion there. Thank you for your wikicontributions. Happy editing. Cheers! --PFHLai (talk) 22:42, 5 February 2010 (UTC)

You're welcome, Alexandru.demian. Glad that I could help. Thank you for starting the biographies of these famous people in history.
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And thank you for fixing my mistranslation in Gudin's bio so quickly. --PFHLai (talk) 09:46, 7 February 2010 (UTC)

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Battle of Toulouse (1814)Edit

Thanks for scolding ChristiaandeWet: "please do not alter referenced text". Unfortunately, it was the previous contributor (93.149.236.75) who first altered the cited text. Since there was a huge argument going on over whether this was a French victory or not, I added "Anglo-Allied victory" and cited two authors who concurred with this assessment. I also added "Indecisive by some accounts". I was hoping someone would find and cite a source that claimed it was a French victory, but alas, it didn't work that way. Thanks for the three DYK articles; articles about Napoleon's generals are needed. My area is Napoleonic era Austrian generals, though I drop a Frenchman in now and again (e.g. Claude Dallemagne, Antoine-Guillaume Rampon). Djmaschek (talk) 02:03, 24 February 2010 (UTC)

I saw your addition to Battle of Toulouse (1814) and I totally approve. I also got your note. Good luck with Wagram. The article needs some work. BTW: I have a great source for the OOB. These Wagram-related articles were created by me: Heinrich XV, Prince of Reuss-Plauen, Friedrich Franz Xaver Prince of Hohenzollern-Hechingen, Jean-Baptiste Cervoni (killed at Eckmuhl), Franz Jellacic, Franz Joseph, Marquis de Lusignan (wounded at Eckmuhl), Paul Grenier, Josef Philipp Vukassovich, Johann von Klenau, and Johann Kollowrat. Klenau has been substantially expanded by Auntieruth55, who also writes Austrian general articles. My latest creation is Johann Sigismund Riesch who sat out the 1809 war. I did not create Johann I Joseph, Prince of Liechtenstein but did expand it somewhat. The Battle of Raab is mostly my work. Djmaschek (talk) 03:54, 25 February 2010 (UTC)

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Sacile and CaldieroEdit

Thanks for assessing the Battle of Sacile. (I just added some more stuff.) Roger Davies made the same observation about the French general ranks. I experimented with various ways to do this and settled on MG and BG, but with two people expressing doubt about my solution, maybe I need to think about using General of Division, etc. While we are on the subject of Italy, I added a picture to your Battle of Caldiero (1805) article. I also added a Commentary section listing the authors who believed it was a French victory/Austrian victory/Draw. (Tactically, there is room for debate. Of course, the case for a French strategic victory is overwhelming.) I hope this is an acceptable and neutral way to avoid personal disagreements and Battle of Toulouse (1814)-type arguments. Djmaschek (talk) 22:19, 18 July 2010 (UTC)

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Maria BaciuEdit

Hey Alexandru, I looked through the pages and contributions of a few dozen members of Category:Romanian Wikipedians, and it seems you're the only one who's active at all--so let me ask you a question. When you have a moment, can you have a look at Maria Baciu and see about improving it a bit? The article needs more text, of course, as well as sources--I did the best I could with the help of Google Translate, but that's time consuming and I found only a few online sources (newspaper articles). I can't even verify her date of birth. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Drmies (talk) 20:44, 6 December 2010 (UTC)

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SahucEdit

That is a great picture of Louis Michel Antoine Sahuc. Thanks for discovering and uploading it. Since your earlier comment, I use General of Division and General of Brigade for French general ranks, and avoid abbreviations. One of the James Arnold books has some material critical of Sahuc (annoying habit of giving speeches before battle, etc.), but it's at the library right now. When I can check out the book, I will add it. I saw your edits for Siege of Hameln and Siege of Magdeburg (1806). I hope you don't mind if I expand those in the near future. Djmaschek (talk) 21:58, 16 January 2011 (UTC)

Nice article on Songis des Courbons. As for Wagram, good luck. I generally avoid the big battles and prefer the lesser-known actions. I wrote the Nordmann and d'Aspré articles, also the Vincent and Rosenberg ones, but the last two are only stubs. Djmaschek (talk) 02:56, 17 January 2011 (UTC)

DYK for Claude-Étienne GuyotEdit

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DYK credits for Paul-Jean-Baptiste Poret de MorvanEdit

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DYK for Nicolas-Marie Songis des CourbonsEdit

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MortierEdit

You uploaded a much better portrait of Edouard Mortier. Thanks. Djmaschek (talk) 04:49, 27 January 2011 (UTC)

Sir Charls Munro, 9th BaronetEdit

Hi, my source says only that he entered the army as an Ensign (rank) but rose through the ranks. In my opinion as a Baronet and military officer he is noble enough to go in the battle box. Thanks. QuintusPetillius (talk) 19:13, 28 January 2011 (UTC)

NansoutyEdit

Bravo! Splendid Nansouty article and huge (+90,000 bytes). I'll look at it when I get a chance. Have you considered submitting it for class B review? It looks like a class A but first things first. I'm doing a major expansion of the Battle of Lubeck. Thanks for cleaning up the Battle of Orthez article. I saw it but was busy with something else. Beresford or Hill in the infobox, maybe. Anyone else would not be appropriate. I made mistakes like that when I started writing articles. Djmaschek (talk) 02:34, 1 February 2011 (UTC)

I cleaned up the Intro, Early Life and Revolutionary Wars sections. Review the second sentence under Early Life. Typical of minor nobility? Typical of military families? It's not clear. Otherwise, the article is very well written. A tip: All titles of people and units are capitalized; if not, the same word is in lower case. Example: "General of Brigade Nansouty was promoted to general of division after he led the 9th Cavalry Regiment in chasing off the Latour Dragoons and an enemy hussar regiment." (I made that up.) Other comments: I believe Luckner was made a marshal in 1791, so I changed it. I also changed Poncet's rank and gave his full noble surname. In general, one "9th Cavalry Regiment" is enough for a paragraph. After that, "9th Cavalry" or even "9th" are OK. It's hussar not hussard. You use surnames instead of full names, but please note that there are exceptions to the rule (Moreau, Pichegru). I made no changes to your naming convention. Please do a page compare to see what I've done so far. You can always change stuff back if you disagree. The pictures are really awesome. How do you do that? Djmaschek (talk) 04:05, 1 February 2011 (UTC)
Alexandru,
Just read the article & did some extremely minor editing - also left a hidden note asking for a change of word. There is really nothing to add. A beautiful article. Are we supposed to leave something somewhere in order to get it to grade "A"?
Cordialement,
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greetingsEdit

Thank you for the suggestion. I will try to get to it when I'm done with my dissertation. If you would kindly remind me....in a couple of months. Feel free to create a stub, if you'd like. :) auntieruth (talk) 20:21, 8 February 2011 (UTC)

thanks. and feel free to email me if anything comes up. I don't check this very often. too distracting. lol. auntieruth (talk) 00:14, 9 February 2011 (UTC)

LübeckEdit

Thanks for adding French casualties to the Battle of Lübeck article. This was a good addition. I looked up the IV Corps artillery chief and I could only find a naval officer named de Peites Moncabrié on French wikipedia. Maybe the poor fellow was only a colonel when he was killed (a brother of the naval officer?), so he does not appear on general officer lists. The next mystery is whether the French captured all 1,800 Swedes. Petre states that Bernadotte caught 600 of them, but no one says if the others got away (I think not). Chandler mentioned that Count Moerner was a prisoner. Djmaschek (talk) 02:50, 13 February 2011 (UTC)

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General Nansouty A-Class reviewEdit

Thanks for the invitation but I am busy on a few other things at the moment and as my French is far from fluent I could not check the large number facts based on French sources, so I am going to decline your kind offer. -- PBS (talk) 02:41, 25 February 2011 (UTC)

I'm in the middle of the CCNP route course right now I will look at it in a week if that is ok?Tirronan (talk) 22:02, 25 February 2011 (UTC)

I don't think I'm supposed to be reviewing anything for class GA. I tried once to get an article approved for GA but it went nowhere, though I tried to follow the process. I'm completely in the dark about this. Sorry about that. Djmaschek (talk) 04:39, 28 February 2011 (UTC)

OD: Alexander, I've continued the "review" on the article talk page. Sorry I've been so inconsistent. Let's keep working on it. auntieruth (talk) 23:45, 24 March 2011 (UTC)

Battle of BorodinoEdit

We got our GA, I'll start on yours this week.Tirronan (talk) 18:39, 5 March 2011 (UTC)

Talk:Battle of Vauchamps/GA1Edit

You may not have noticed, but I've started a review of your GAN at the above link.--Sturmvogel 66 (talk) 21:39, 12 March 2011 (UTC)

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NansoutyEdit

I'm sorry, we don't have as many reviewers available at our A-class review as we used to, and it takes 3 supports to pass. I'd recommend getting some help with the prose in the second half of the article, then re-submitting it, we should have more reviewers available soon. - Dank (push to talk) 12:24, 23 March 2011 (UTC)

Oh, I just posted above. I'll not give up on this. Let's keep at it, and resurrect the review again in a few weeks. auntieruth (talk) 23:46, 24 March 2011 (UTC)

Grenadier-à-chevalEdit

Hello Alexandru, thank you for your message. I had read somewhere that the Grenadiers-à-cheval were meant to receive cuirasses and maybe helmets. I found some fragments of information on [1] and [2]. I can't find where I read it in the first place. As I don't find top quality sources, I give up to add this information to the article. I also appreciate a lot your contributions. Sincerely, UltimaRatio (talk) 11:29, 19 April 2011 (UTC)

Andre BoussartEdit

I made a few of the suggested changes and replied to your André Joseph Boussart talk page note. Djmaschek (talk) 05:54, 28 April 2011 (UTC)

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ACR RequestEdit

Hi there, I notice you're signed up to the WikiProject Military history/Napoleonic era task force in MILHIST, and wondered if you would be interested in conducting an A-class review for Battle record of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, based on your recent contributions, i.e. battles; I require one more Support review before it will be applicable to raise it from B to A-class quality. Thanks, Ma®©usBritish Ma®©usBritish (talk) 23:25, 10 July 2011 (UTC)

Thank you. The ACR was closed earlier today due to "timing out" and not having met consensus, much to my annoyance, I'm sorting reopening the ACR. I'll let you know once a fresh ACR can be performed and hopefully if can meet the 3 supporter requirement this time round, in time. Any concerns you have will be looked into and addressed as soon as I have a fresh ACR page for you to detail them on. Thanks again, Ma®©usBritish (talk) 22:53, 11 July 2011 (UTC)
I've reopened the ACR, here. I look forward to your review. Thanks, Ma®©usBritish (talk) 00:25, 12 July 2011 (UTC)
Hi - just wanted to thank you for your ACR review - your comments were very helpful in sorting out a few rough areas and clearing things up. I hope I was able to address your concerns okay. Regards, Ma®©usBritish (talk) 20:16, 13 July 2011 (UTC)

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Quote in Durutte articleEdit

Hi. I was wondering if you could help me out with a French quote that I put in the Pierre François Joseph Durutte article. Here is the passage from Charles Mullié, "Le bruit ayant couru à cette époque que Metz s'était rendu, Napoléon demanda vivement à l'un de ses aides-de-camp : « Qui commande dans cette ville? — C'est Durutte, lui fut-il répondu. — Je n'ai jamais fait de bien à cet homme-là : Metz est toujours à nous. » En effet, les troupes étrangères n'y pénétrèrent pas."

I translated it as follows, "In 1814 he was given command of the fortress of Metz which resisted a blockade until the end of the war. At one point, Napoleon heard a rumor that Metz had fallen. He asked an aide-de-camp who commanded the garrison. When told it was Durutte, he replied, "I have never been let down by this man. Metz is always ours."

I'm not sure about this part: "I have never been let down by this man." Please fix if necessary. Thanks.

I recall that you found pictures for the Jacob François Marulaz and André Joseph Boussart articles. Is there any chance that there are portraits for Pierre-Joseph Habert, Jean-Louis Dubreton, Pierre Belon Lapisse, Anne-François-Charles Trelliard, or Antoine Louis Popon de Maucune? Is there a book that might have illustrations? Habert and Dubreton were national heroes; there should be a picture somewhere. Thanks. Djmaschek (talk) 16:15, 13 August 2011 (UTC)

Thank you for your help with the translation and the explanation. I fixed the Durutte article according to your information. Djmaschek (talk) 02:59, 19 August 2011 (UTC)

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I understand why the Romanians hate the Russians and I do not have any problem with that. We have someone that we like and we also have someone that we dislike. But I am surprise because you hate Russians THAT MUCH. Михаил Александрович Шолохов (talk) 19:24, 13 September 2011 (UTC)

Ah the connecction is: I am sorry if it hurt you a lot but I think that you really dislike Russians. With respect. Михаил Александрович Шолохов (talk) 20:15, 13 September 2011 (UTC)

I do not 100% agree with you but, thank you very much for the advices. Михаил Александрович Шолохов (talk) 04:09, 14 September 2011 (UTC)

I know that you do not like the source I used. About the speech of Kutuzov (which is taken from the website of "Voice of Russia"), I will not use it as you requested. If my English writing is terrible, please show me the mistakes and the way to correct them, thank you.
I completely do not understand about your standards, BUT, the information I add also have source, and I strongly affirm that it is not an idiotic source. This book was published by the Vietnamese Education Pulisher (Nha Xuat Ban Giao Duc) which is under the management of the Ministry of Education. So the book cannot be an idiotic source written by some brainless scholars, the prestige of the Ministry will be ruined if such terrible works are puiblished. And if you suspect that if this book is created for propaganda or not, I will say that the author writes several books about Russian, American, German, French,... celebrities, and these celebrities are praised equally. And the information I add, at the most, may only praise Kutuzov, that information does not dishonor Napoleon. If there is information does say bad thing about Napoleon's talent, please show me, and I will fix it. Thank you.
p/s: I wonder the word "brainless" can be considered vandalism or not. And, feel free to contact the sypsops. I strongly believe that I did not do any wrong. Михаил Александрович Шолохов (talk) 08:13, 18 September 2011 (UTC)

Just to make sure that I correctly understand your statement: you said that I made some unacceptable changes about the citated materials, and you show me this link as a proof, right ? Well, in this case, I think I should make some explainations about that problem.

  1. In here, the paragraph "The French Grande Armée began..." orginially did not have any citation, so I think there was no problem when I changed it.
  2. In here, the sentence "Prince Kutozov was nearing the end of his life, he died seven months later on April 28, 1813 and moved about the battlefield on a carriage." do not have any citation, so I think it is OK to delete. The content of that sentence is also somewhat irrelevant. Then I created a new paragraph "After taking over..." with the content taken from my source, and I transfered the part "The new Russian commander remained unable...ad shrunk from 3:1 to 5:4." of the last paragraph to the new paragraph. "The new Russian commander remained unable to..." became "Kutuzov still not managed to..." but I don't think there are any problem with it. Finally, I add "The Borodino field was too... location could be found" (3) between the "A defensive line..." (1) and "Starting on September..." (2). Both (1) and (2) have their own seperated citations, and (3) is a citated information; so again I do not see any problems when I put (3) between (1) and (2). In short, I believe that I did not delete or distort any citated information here, I just added my information and rearrange the content.
  3. In here, all I did is revised the information taken from my source ("lvq"). I made some mistakes at in first time I added the "lvq" information, so this time I deleted the wrong information and added the right one.
  4. In here, I added the lvq information inside the paragraph, so the new paragraph is a combination of the Mikaberidze and the lvq source. However, I have to admit that the Mikaberidze information was altered too much during this mixing, so I will delete the lvq information and restore the orginial Mikaberidze one in order to avoid dangerous changes which may lead to distortion of the original information.

About my English errors, I will try my best to find the errors and fix them. I will fix the formating of names and dates, too. Михаил Александрович Шолохов (talk) 13:50, 18 September 2011 (UTC)

Battle of BorodinoEdit

The real issue here is that new users get attracted to major articles that are already at GA or FA standards. So instead of being able to contribute they get reactions not understanding the amount of study and library required to actually help. They don't see that we'll study a subject months before making a contribution. I did a fairly major rewrite of the Battle of Waterloo when I understood that the Prussian sections were woefully underwritten. What no one saw was three months of preparation before I did start to contribute. The major issues with Waterloo, and Borodino, is that everyone lies. Clausewitz says a lot about the battle having been there as a staff officer in the Russian army. However using Clausewitz too much is going to offend a lot of Russians, having a German shoved up their nose again. The reason I'd have liked to have used him more is every single major officer on both sides of the conflict were fully capable and willing to lie. But, I don't get to say that either. Anyway for a new editor to try to cut his teeth on an article like that is just very very tough. Over at the War of 1812 we get much of the same thing and the Battle of Waterloo, though that is slowing down. I honestly see this as more of a structural issue with Wikipedia than a problem with the new editors. I too was dismayed and took an eight hour break before putting anything down after I talked with Sokolov the 1st time. I didn't trust myself to type until I cooled down, which isn't how I want to approach this. Let him approach with what he wants to change and we can work with him. It grates my nerves and not my forte but we are not going to get new editors until we teach them.Tirronan (talk) 23:07, 19 September 2011 (UTC)

Can I use this and this ? Михаил Александрович Шолохов (talk) 09:55, 21 September 2011 (UTC)

For the biographies of the Russian generals in the Napoleonic wars, can we use "The Russian Officer Corps of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars: 1792-1815" by Alexander Mikaberidze ? It author is an expert about Russia in the early nineteenth century ! Ti2008 (talk) 15:08, 22 September 2011 (UTC)

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Sorry I could not respond to you sooner because I was a bit busy. Actually, I asked you about these two books not because of the Borodino article, but the Austerlitz one. You may suggest that the Austerlitz article is already too long (just as the Borodino one), but I think I should write a bit more detail about three points: 1)Kutuzov's plan to retreat to Olmutz, 2)Napoleon's plan to lure the Allied Army out, and 3)the role of the Pratzen Heights in Napoleon's plan. If these things are written clearer and in more detail, the readers may be able to understand more about the plan and the planning process of the military leaders in the battle of Austerlitz; and I think this elementy is very important in this article. Михаил Александрович Шолохов (talk) 02:05, 26 September 2011 (UTC)

About the LVQ source, I have said that this source is not a work of propaganda. The meaning of this statement is not only about hate of Russian or France or something like that. What I mainly mean is, the neutrality and unbiasness of the source is acceptable. I can see that you and Tirronan are really concerned about the sources' unbiasness and neutrality; that is the reason why I said LVQ source is not a work of propaganda, and I believe its quality is acceptable. Of course at the moment I am trying to find better ones to replace it. Your and Tirronan's sugesstion about the source is really invaluable, thank you very much. Михаил Александрович Шолохов (talk) 02:05, 26 September 2011 (UTC)

For the role of the Pratzen Heights, it was already represented in Soult's reply to Napoleon : "Less than twenty minutes, Sire, for my troops are hidden at the foot of the valley, hidden by fog and campfire smoke" ! Sholokhov can see David Chandler, The campaigns of Napoleon, p. 425 to know !Ti2008 (talk) 11:49, 26 September 2011 (UTC)

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New portalEdit

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Hello, Alexandru.demian! I should like to announce a brand new wiki portal at Napoleonic Wars, which I have created for this huge historical topic. Please feel free to visit and participate in its development. «Vive l'empereur!»   —Regards, Ma®©usBritish [Chat • RFF]

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I've more or less finished the portal, and nominated it for Featured portal review - shouldn't be far off passing with immediate effect, even if I say so myself, lol. I couldn't find 31 really good Battle articles - much to my surprise, apart from some of the major battles which are very well covered, the rest are stub/start class efforts, with 2 or 3 line lead sections, whereas I want a good 200–250 words, to make the selection interesting. 7 will have to do, there's nothing to stop those 7 being changed a bit every couple of months, and in time build up towards that 31 required for a full monthly rotation. Same with biographies too.. mostly the chief generals, Napoleon, Wellington, get decent write-ups, the rest get a few basic "who is" lines and nothing substantial about their lives/career worth using. I may look into one of those "Things you can do" boxes to the foot of the portal, in time - Portal:American Civil War has one, allowing people to see what needs smartening up, expanding or creating. I think, with the lack of coverage the Napoleonic Era task force gets, a portal might add a bit of fresh interest.. or at least we can only hope it does. :) Ma®©usBritish [Chat • RFF] 11:18, 3 October 2011 (UTC)

Sounds good. I've had it in mind for a while now to write about the Battle of Tarbes, unique in the fact that the 95th Rifles fought as a whole brigade - three battalions - and suffered many casualties. Unfortunately, it's one of those battles that historians do not give much due attention, unless they are actually writing about the 95th, making sources harder to find, and more often than not, British authors - as they tend to enjoy writing more about the "grasshoppers" than French authors might. I know only of a couple of such books. Only thing is, I'm not sure exactly how to approach writing a battle article. If and when I come round to getting those books, and doing Tarbes, I may ask you for a few pointers on how you develop a battle article objectively, if that's okay. Not just yet though.. taking weeks, if not months, before I do that. Cheers, Ma®©usBritish [Chat • RFF] 22:07, 3 October 2011 (UTC)

French sourcesEdit

Hi Alexandru.

I've published a short article, Le souper de Beaucaire, which I'm sure you're more than familiar with. During the peer review we've been discussing the reprints of his pamphlet, in 1798 and 1821. We know the 1821 second edition was probably printed to commemorate his death, but are curious as to why the 1798 was printed. I suggest it was possibly part of a collection of important documents to highlight important events from the great revolution over the past 10 years. It seems that most biographers.. Chandler, Cronin, Dwyer, etc don't give the document much coverage, Barnett skips it altogether, and they care more about how it gained him favour rather than the work itself.

I wondered if you could take a brief look at the article and possibly provide include a reliably sourced reason, even a good French one, as to why there was need for a 1798 edition? We're also trying to answer the question of how many of the original pamphlet were printed, how many survived, where they were issued, etc. As you live in Paris, do you know of any museums/exhibitions there which have copies of the original 1793 pamphlet, and 1798/1821 books, for example? I've found the Bibliothèque nationale de France only has a 1821 copy.

Many thanks! Ma®©usBritish [Chat • RFF] 00:35, 21 October 2011 (UTC)

If I could wager a guess, I'd say the Battle of the Pyramids was a huge propaganda sucess. But that's just me. Buggie111 (talk) 01:04, 21 October 2011 (UTC)
Not sure I see any relation between a revolutionary political document and a battle against some Marmelukes in Egypt that would warrant a reprint. Ma®©usBritish [Chat • RFF] 01:24, 21 October 2011 (UTC)
Hi Marcus, Hi Buggie, sorry for taking so long to answer. I've had a look in my books yesterday and today and unfortunately I could find only brief mentions of the pamphlet. Most books I have are actually on the Empire and less on the Republic. If I were to speculate a bit (and this if of course no source for wikipedia :-) ), I'd say that the young Bonaparte used it as a way to further his career, in a time when rapid promotions were frequent. In 1798 he was already a famous, politically connected and popular general. Some political elites were growing tired of the unstable governments that the Republic had known so far. They were increasingly looking at the possibility of appointing a popular general at the head of the state. Bonaparte was well-placed, but did have a few rivals, such as Moreau or Hoche, so any means of boosting his prestige could do. Literary or ideological eloquence has always been a way of gaining reputation in France. I'll keep looking and maybe I can dig up some more. Best, Alex --Alexandru Demian (talk) 11:31, 23 October 2011 (UTC)
Thanks for the reply. I suppose literature was one way of not having to go through the media and any form of censorship/scrunity pre-publication, back then. And I suppose books usually reach the more affluent and educated members of society, in those days, from which favour could be gained. The pamphlet itself does leave room for some speculation, because of the lack of openness about its intent, though nothing too controversial. Be interesting if you come across anything worth including. Cheers, Ma®©usBritish [Chat • RFF] 12:16, 23 October 2011 (UTC)

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I linked your Joseph Lagrange (soldier) (nice picture) article to the VI Corps (Grande Armée) and Battle of Champaubert pages. Keep up the good work. Last October I visited some American Revolutionary War sites, so I wrote some material about that war for a few months. Since then, I've been irresistably drawn back to Napoleonic War history. Two recent articles are Louis François Félix Musnier and Anne Gilbert de Laval. They both fought under Suchet in Spain. Djmaschek (talk) 03:44, 7 May 2012 (UTC)

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Hello, Alexandru, I have noticed edits of a part of the Historical Assessment part of the French Invasion of Russia article, namely that of a Parronax's. I do not question your intelligence on your judgement that posting without references may be counted as vandalism, so I have added one for a part of his paragraph that I found interesting. The main thing I had in mind, if I may say so, is that his adding of that part strengthens (from my point of view) the image of wartime Russia. But of course, you, having earned WikiChevrons, and the Military History Reviewers' Award, should have the last say in this.

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Thanks for writing the articles on Jacques-Pierre-Louis Puthod and Michel-Marie Pacthod. I was able to incorporate both generals in my Battle of Uclés (1809) article. Pacthod and Puthod were the brigadiers in Eugène-Casimir Villatte's division. I wonder if Villatte got their names confused. Djmaschek (talk) 03:28, 4 August 2013 (UTC)

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thanks. I'm not a newbie here. Please have a careful look at the two articles: one is about a battle and the other about a battlefield. I've replied on the article talk page.--Alexandru Demian (talk) 15:54, 8 December 2013 (UTC)

Moved to userspaceEdit

Hey, I moved the article to User:Alexandru.demian/Battlefield of Wagram. My biggest concern is that many will see this as a content fork of the battle itself and that the hill isn't independently notable enough outside of the battle to warrant its own entry. I can see where, in its current state, someone might argue at an AfD that this should just be merged into the main article. It seems to be the norm that battlefields that are known only for battles aren't really independently notable. You've clearly worked hard on this, so I don't want this information to be deleted. I think that if you can find more RS that cover the field itself, that should take care of that. I know that finding sources that don't mention the battle will be nearly impossible, but we do need something that focuses on the battlefield itself a little more. Tokyogirl79 (。◕‿◕。) 10:40, 9 December 2013 (UTC)

  • IE, just find something that shows it's a historical landmark (shouldn't be too hard) and add it, then move it back into the mainspace. I figured that I'd move it into your userspace so it doesn't get re-tagged or deleted in the interim. Tokyogirl79 (。◕‿◕。) 10:46, 9 December 2013 (UTC)

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The Bugle: Issue CXLIII, March 2018Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CXLIIV, April 2018Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CXLIV, May 2018Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CXLVI, June 2018Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CXLVII, July 2018Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CXLVIII, August 2018Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CXLIX, September 2018Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CL, October 2018Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLI, November 2018Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLII, December 2018Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLIII, January 2019Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLIV, February 2019Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLV, March 2019Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLVI, April 2019Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLVII, May 2019Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLVIII, June 2019Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLIX, July 2019Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLX, August 2019Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLX, August 2019Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLXI, September 2019Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLXII, October 2019Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLXIII, November 2019Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLXIV, December 2019Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLXV, January 2020Edit

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The Bugle: IssueICLXVI, February 2020Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLXVII, March 2020Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLXVIII, April 2020Edit

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The Bugle: Issue CLXIX, May 2020Edit

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