The shock of arriving in force when and where an enemy does not expect it can often cause panic, as was the case for the arrival of the Prussian army of Frederick the Great at Leuthen
in 1757, the arrival of Admiral Horatio Nelson's fleet at Aboukir Bay in 1798, or the drive through the Ardennes by German blitzkrieg forces in 1940.
Discussing Frederick the Great's victory at the Battle of Leuthen
(1757), he comments:
The now closed section of the main channel Sterkrade above km 1,51 collected mixed water is to be transported in the future in a rectangular duct 4000/2750 up behind the road passage Leuthen
For instance, when describing the battle of Leuthen
, they write, "[Austrian Marshal] Daun endeavoured to turn the line at right angles to its original deployment and held a series of defensive positions for about four hours before the line entirely collapsed" (p.
El titulo del libro, publicado en 1545, es elocuente: Wahrhaftig Historia und Beschreibung eyner Landschaft der wilden, nacketen, grimmigen Menschenfresser Leuthen
, in der Neuenwelt America gelegen [Verdadera historia y descripcion de un pais de gentes salvajes, desnudas, feroces y antropofagas, situado en el nuevo mundo de America].
Undaunted, he scored impressive victories at Rossbach, where despite being outnumbered two to one, he lost 500 men compared to the French-Austrian imperial force's 10,000, and again at Leuthen
, against similar odds.
15) Carhart examines the actions of several notable commanders--Hannibal at Cannae, King Frederick at Leuthen
, and Napoleon at Austerlitz.
Castle in Spreewald, Germany, hosts 'Rohkunstbau XIII', the annual contemporary art festival.
In 1933, Der Choral von Leuthen
(The Hymn of Leuthen
) was directed by Carl Froelich (later to become President of the Reich Film Chamber).
Particularly in the battles of Rossbach and Leuthen
, see Perrett 1992.
But on the other hand, the Line, as it is being measured, draws to itself an increasingly strange collection of oddballs and outcasts--a great French chef and the mechanical duck impossibly in love with him, a Chinese geomancer on the run from the Jesuits, a woman who is compelled to perform as a street show a miniature re-creation of the Battle of Leuthen
, a secret agent from an unknown northern land posing as a Swedish axman--people who in all likelihood won't fit in to the America Mason and Dixon are helping to define.
In Europe, Frederick II of Prussia won two great victories in 1757, one at Rossbach over the French on November 5 and one at Leuthen
over the Austrians on December 5.