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  1. With much research and expertise, G. Nafziger puts every action, from small skirmish to large, bloody battles, leading up to, and following, the Battle of Dresden under the microscope. To be sure the level of detail can be overwhelming (having some kind of map resource, the maps contained in the book aren't the best, is a must). In addition to exhaustively detailing operations, the author discusses the coalition's broader organizational problems: he describes how and why the bonds of the allied [...]

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