War of Liberation 1813 - Autumn Campaign
This clickable map shows the main movements during the Autumn campaign of the War of Liberation of 1813, focusing on Napoleon, who was denied the battle he wanted by the Allies use of the Trachenberg Plan, in which they agreed not to risk a battle against Napoleon's main army, but instead focus on defeating isolated Marshals. Napoleon spent most of the campaign repeatedly dashing east to try and prop up Marshal Macdonald's army, threatened by Blucher, but without success, and eventually all three Allied armies met up around Leipzig.
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Rickard, J (4 May 2017), War of Liberation 1813 - Autumn Campaign , http://www.historyofwar.org/Maps/maps_autumn_campaign_1813.html