Shosenberg, James
December 2005
Military History;Dec2005, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p26
The article details the Battle of Austerlitz in 1805, wherein a plan was devised by French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte to defeat his counterparts from Austria and Russia in one swift campaign. The battle is part of the Napoleonic Wars against the Third Coalition, a French army under Napoleon's command which decisively defeated a joint Russo-Austrian army, commanded by Russian General Kutozon and Austrian General-Feldwachtmeister Franz Ritter von Weyrother.


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