Battle of Leipzig, 16.–19. October 1813
The map shows a section of the southern battlefield, where Austrian forces attacked the French right flank of the line extending along the Pleiße river. The ground west of the Pleiße line was marshy, making an attack from that direction very difficult. The available river crossings at Connewitz, Lößnig, Dölitz and Markkleeberg were defended by a division of infantry under Lefol and two divisions of Polish infantry under Poniatowski.
- French (Napoleon I)
- Polish (Poniatowski)
- Saxon (Reynier)
- Württemberg (Bertrand)
- Italian (Bertrand)
- Baden-Hessian (Macdonald)
- Russian (Barclay de Tolly)
- Prussian (Blücher)
- Austrian (Schwarzenberg)
- Swedish (Bernadotte)
Liebertwolkwitz church, and the Russian-Prussian monument on the Liebertwolkwitz-Güldengossa road
Güldengossa church at left; and the ruins of Wachau church
The ruins of Wachau church
Markkleeberg bridge over the Pleiße
Markkleeberg bridge diorama
Markkleeberg gatehouse and church
Markkleeberg gatehouse and church diorama
Dölitz gatehouse with cannon balls stuck in the wall
- Parker & Gilder: The Campaign of Leipzig 1813.
- Hofschröer, Peter: Leipzig 1813 : The Battle of the Nations.
- Smith, Digby: 1813: Leipzig
- Nafziger, George: Napoleon at Leipzig. The Battle of Nations 1813.