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By 1810 it had become clear to him that war with France was once again imminent, and he set out to prepare for it assiduously. I. Kutuzov, disgraced by the defeat at Austerlitz in 1805, was ‘exiled’ to the Turkish theater as punishment. Napoleon’s invasion of Russia in 1812 cemented Russia’s turn to the west. For Alexander did not content himself with driving the invaders out, as many of his advisors recommended. Instead, he raised an enormous army, placed himself at the head of it, and led it in a triumphant march across all of Europe.
Each of these reforms was bitterly contested and ultimately conceded in a strategic effort to preserve all the essential features of the army that had won in Waterloo. The age of reform in Britain did not extend to its army. The absence of innovation in the army at this time was not only due to an entrenched and reactionary military establishment but also to a Parliamentary insistence on economy. The Napoleonic Wars had been exceedingly expensive and Parliament was committed in the aftermath to 17 S T R AT E G I C A N D M I L I TA RY P L A N N I N G , 1 8 1 5 – 5 6 retrenchment.
The final and again fairly obvious lesson is the importance of keeping a firm link between one’s political aspirations and one’s military capacities to achieve them. Notes 1 Text of the treaty in Edward Hertslet, The Map of Europe by Treaty (London: Butterworths, 1875), p. 375. –Soviet Rivalry: Problems of Crisis Prevention (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1983), p. 56. 3 These rules are spelled out in Richard B. Elrod, ‘The Concert of Europe: A Fresh Look at an International System,’ World Politics, vol.