;Napoleonova děla 1792-1815: polní dělostřelectvo КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Napoleonova děla 1792-1815: polní dělostřelectvoByRené ChartrandPublisher: Grada Publishing a.s.200852 PagesISBN: 8024724170PDF30 MBV publikaci se zájemci o válečnou techniku dozvědí podstatné informace o reformě dělostřeleckého systému, jež se začala uvádět do praxe zrovna v době, kdy svou kariéru dělostřeleckého důstojníka zahájil Napoleon Bonaparte. Ten při své závratné kariéře vojevůdce dokázal taktických možností nového systému maximálně využít. Francouzskému dělostřelectvu dodala reforma jednotnost a pružnost, jež neměly v Evropě konkurenci a umožnily Napoleonovi převzít a rozvinout sílu, jež mohla ovládnout bojiště.uploadingsharingmatrix letitbit Множество книг военной тематики в одной папке!!! zero
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