Napoleon's Art of War consists of two distinct and separate games: The Battle of Dresden and the Battle of Eylau. Each of these games has a body of rules in common, and specific rules for the game.
Dresden is a simulation of the battle between the French under Napoleon and the allied forces of Russia, Prussia, and Austria in August 1813. Eylau is a game depicting the struggle between the French and the Russo-Prussian force under Baron Levin Bennigsen that occurred in 1807 on February 7th and 8th in a remote area of Poland.
The game was originally published in Strategy & Tactics magazine #75, Jul-Aug 1979, and uses the system from Napoleon at War quad.