I am re-reading Savory’s His Britannic Majesty’s Army in Germany. Although, the book has excellent maps for the various engagements and campaign areas, none offer a topographic overview of Western Germany. I have searched the internet and found one example, but this does not list all the cities. It does however, gives the reader an immediate idea why the campaigns developed the way they did.
For the French armies, lateral communications were a problem and the mountain ranges channeled their deployment. Operating from interior lines, the allies could be selective with their plans and keep French forces occupied with relatively less numbers.
My query to the readership, has anyone located a better topographic map of Western Germany better than what I already have found?