1) Nicholas Murray and Chris Pringle have translated Clauzewit's history of the 1796 Italian Campaign. This is the first english translation. You can find more at Chris Pringle's site.
2) Secondly, Strategy and Tactics is coming out with a game on the Turkish War of Liberation. As you know I am also working ,slowly on my own interpretation of the Greek-Turkish War of 1919-1923 (which is seen as part of the wider conflict termed the Turkish War of Liberation), called "Salvation and Catastrophe". Knowing a bit about the type of game S&T produces, my expectation is that it will be an ok game, but one that will simplify some things too much and take out some of the sauce and core of the historical case. Still until I am able to get my own work out, this might be a good stop-over.