War of Liberation 1813 - Spring Campaign
This clickable map shows the main movements during the Spring Campaign of the War of Liberation of 1813. The Prussians and Russians advanced into western Saxony from two directions, where they were defeated by Napoleon at Lutzen. The Allies then retreated east, with Napoleon in pursuit. Marshal Ney was set off on a more northerly route at first, but was called south for the battle of Bautzen. The Allies then retreated into Silesia, where the Armistice of Pleischwitz briefly ended the fighting.
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Rickard, J (4 May 2017), War of Liberation 1813 - Spring Campaign , http://www.historyofwar.org/Maps/maps_spring_campaign_1813.html