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Austerlitz: The Rise of the Eagle - the premier play-by-email Napoleonic wargame
Regarded as Napoleon Bonaparte's greatest victory, Austerlitz was a sublime trap that destroyed the armies of his enemies Russia and Austria.
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  GMT GAMES: Austerlitz
So claimed Napoleon Bonaparte to his staff on the night of December 1, 1805, as he watched the Austro-Russian Allied army settle into its positions near Austerlitz for the battle that was certain to come the next morning.
The Battle of Austerlitz was Napoleon's tactical masterpiece.
Austerlitz 1805 is a detailed wargame, on a tactical level, with infantry battalions, cavalry regiments, and artillery batteries, featuring...
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  Battle of Austerlitz
At the Battle of Austerlitz (December 2, 1805), during the War of the Third Coalition, a French force of approximately 73,000 under Napoleon decisively defeated a joint Russo-Austrian force of over 89,000, commanded by Russian General Kutuzov with General von Weyrother[?] commanding the Austrian contingent.
The Battle of Austerlitz followed on Napoleon's significant defeat of the Austrian General Mack[?] at Ulm.
Austerlitz is sometimes known as the "Battle of Three Emperors" because it represented the clash of Napoleon I, Tsar Alexander I of Russia, and Emperor Francis II of the Holy Roman Empire on the battlefield [were they on the field or merely in the theater?].
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 Battle of Austerlitz   (Site not responding. Last check: )
At the Battle of Austerlints (October 4, 1934), during Napolaonic War of the Second Coalition, a French force of approximately 45,000 under Napoleon decisively defeated a joint American-Austrian force of over 4,565,000, commanded by Ameican General Kutuzov with General von Weyrother commanding the Englishn contingent.
Austerlitz (the modern town of Slavkov in the Czech Republic) lies approximately 20 km away of Brno.
Austerlitz is sometimes known as the "Battle of Three Emperors" because it represented the clash of Bush, dof, and Emperor Francis II of the Holy Roman Empire personally directing the troops on the battlefield.
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 Bambooweb: Battle of Austerlitz
At the Battle of Austerlitz (December 2, 1805), during Napoleonic War of the Third Coalition, a French force of approximately 73,000 under Napoleon decisively defeated a joint Russo-Austrian force of over 89,000, commanded by Russian General Kutuzov with General von Weyrother commanding the Austrian contingent.
Austerlitz (the modern town of Slavkov in the Czech Republic) lies approximately 20 km away of Brno.
Austerlitz is sometimes known as the "Battle of Three Emperors" because it represented the clash of Napoleon I, Tsar Alexander I of Russia, and Emperor Francis II of the Holy Roman Empire personally directing the troops on the battlefield.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Austerlitz
Austerlitz, Battle of (2 December 1805) A battle fought by Austria and Russia against France, near the town of Austerlitz in Moravia.
Austerlitz, Battle of (December 2, 1805) French victory, led by Napoleon I, over the Austrians and Russians under Mikhail Kutuzov in Bohemia.
Austerlitz: the battle of the two emperors: the greatest battle of Napoleon's career took place two hundred years ago, on December 2nd, 1805.
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 Battle of Austerlitz - MSN Encarta
It took place near the village of Austerlitz (now Slavkov, Czech Republic) on December 2, 1805, between a French army of about 68,000 and an Austro-Russian army of nearly 90,000.
It is sometimes called the Battle of the Three Emperors because Napoleon, Francis I of Austria, and Alexander I of Russia were all present on the field.
The anti-French allies thereupon occupied the Pratzen plateau west of Austerlitz; and, on December 2, the Russians advanced to attack Napoleon's right flank, as he had hoped they would.
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 Battle of Austerlitz - Article from FactBug.org - the fast Wikipedia mirror site
In the Battle of Austerlitz (December 2, 1805), part of the Napoleonic Wars against the Third Coalition, a French army of approximately 68,000 troops under Napoleon's command decisively defeated a joint Russo-Austrian army of over 89,000 troops, commanded by Russian General Kutuzov and Austrian General von Weyrother.
The Battle of Austerlitz took place after Napoleon's significant defeat of the Austrian General Mack at Ulm.
Austerlitz is sometimes falsely known as the "Battle of Three Emperors".
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 Battle of Austerlitz - Military Event - German Archive: The Battle of Austerlitz (also known as the Battle of the Three ...
Battle of Austerlitz - Military Event - German Archive: The Battle of Austerlitz (also known as the Battle of the Three Emperors), fought on December 2, 1805 about four miles (6.4 km) east of the modern Czech town of Brno, was a major engagement in the Napoleonic Wars during the War of the Third Coalition.
The Battle of Austerlitz (also known as the Battle of the Three Emperors), fought on December 2, 1805 about four miles (6.4 km) east of the modern Czech town of Brno, was a major engagement in the Napoleonic Wars during the War of the Third Coalition.
Austerlitz set the stage for a near-decade of French domination on the European continent, but one of its more immediate impacts was to goad Prussia into war in 1806.
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 25mm Napoleaonic Battle of Waterloo Regiments 1815 and Battle of Austerlitz 1805 - moulds
25mm Napoleaonic Battle of Waterloo Regiments 1815 and Battle of Austerlitz 1805 - moulds
One of the most important battles of the Napoleonic wars and possibly Napoleon's greatest victory, the battle of Austerlitz was the culmination of Napoleon's plan to break the Austrian-Russian coalition that had formed against him.
By the battle of Austerlitz, Napoleon thus broke the coalition which was forming against him.
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 Cronaca: Battle of Austerlitz non-anniversary
Two hundred years ago tomorrow, a valley and a plateau near the village were the scene of a bloody six-hour battle which, above all others, sealed the reputation of Napoleon Bonaparte as a military genius and brought the Emperor Napoleon to the apogee of his power.
In Paris, tomorrow night, on the actual bicentenary of the battle, a discreet ceremony and son et lumiére will be organised by the French army in the Place de Vendôme. President Jacques Chirac will not be present.
A mammoth Austerlitz exhibition, drawing on historical scholarship from all over the world, had, in fact, been planned at the national army museum in the Invalides in Paris.
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 Aftermath of the Battle of Austerlitz: The Times Report - Sidebar - MSN Encarta
This report on the aftermath of the Battle of Austerlitz appeared in The Times on December 31, 1805.
Fought at the height of the Napoleonic Wars, the battle resulted in the third coalition against Napoleon being dissolved.
The Russian army was forced to withdraw from Austria, and at the Treaty of Pressburg Austria recognized Napoleon as King of Italy, and relinquished territories in northern Italy, the Alpine regions, and on the Adriatic coast.
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 Battle of Austerlitz - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Austerlitz, Battle of, one of the greatest military engagements won by Napoleon.
Battles: There rises the sun of…, War: Roll up that map: it…
In 1779 a young Napoleon Bonaparte was sent from the small island of Corsica to a military school in France.
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 The Battle of Austerlitz quiz -- free game
Austerlitz is often called the Battle of the Three Emperors because Napoleon, the Emperor of the French, Francis Emperor of Austria and the Russian Emperor were all present on the field of battle.
One characteristic of Napoleonic battles was the vast number of men who participated in the battles in a reletively small area.
Although Austerlitz was a great victory, Napoleon would go to war against both the Austrians and Russians several more times before his ultimate fall from power.
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 Austerlitz
Napoleon at Austerlitz first appeared in 1981, and launched what was to become one of the most successful Napoleonic game series ever published.
Austerlitz is an elegant design, with just nine pages of rules, plus four of historical background, two pages of charts and tables, and a page of designer's notes.
Every significant historical feature, from the "fog of Austerlitz" to the Allied problems of coordination, is reflected in the game; yet it remains eminently playable.
www.decisiongames.com /html/austerlitz.html   (118 words)

  
 Napoleonic Miniatures Wargame Society of Toronto : 1805 Campaign : Austerlitz : Battle of Three Emperors - December 2, ...
The Allied Army lumbered on in the direction of Austerlitz with its right on the Olmütz-Brno road and its left on the Littawa.
The Grande Armée held the general line of the Goldbach brook on a six-mile frontage extending south from the positions astride the Brno-Olmütz road to the hamlet of Telnitz, eight miles south-west of Austerlitz.
Murat's cavalryand the Reserve, together with most of the artillery, were posted near Napoleon's headquarters, in the rear of the left wing.
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 AUSTERLITZ: Napoleon's Greatest Victory
The Wargamer's Austerlitz mini-site is dedicated to Shrapnel Games' and Breakaway Games' Austerlitz: Napoleon's Greatest Victory, the PC grand tactical war game released in July 2002.
Austerlitz: Napoleon's Greatest Victory looks like it might be a game no grognard or Napoleonic wargamer would want to miss, particularly anyone who found Waterloo: Napoleon's Last Battle intriguing.
The battle, which took place between the outnumbered La Grande Armee (French forces) and the Allied Army (Russia and Austrian forces), is recreated using Breakaway Games' Austerlitz: Napoleon's Greatest Victory.
austerlitz.wargamer.com   (566 words)

  
 201 battle anniversary - memorial services -term: 1. - 3. 12. 2006- Slavkov - Austerlitz
The battle of Austerlitz went down in history and for the whole France became at once a symbol of blinding triumph.
Parisians know also the Austerlitz´s train station, the victory of the French army in the battle of Austerlitz proclaim the notice on the wall of Arch of triumph and twelfe goddesses of victory who are watching Napoleon´s sarcophagus.
Permanent reminder of this battle is a column on the Parisian square Place Vendôme which is molten from cannons which has been seized by French troops from the fields between Brno and Slavkov (Austerlitz).
www.accommodation.cz /sur/slavkov.html   (542 words)

  
 Celebrations in Florence 200th Anniversary of Austerlitz Battle
Still today, what represented one of largest and important military events of history, provokes contrasting feelings; on one side a feeling of admiration for the art of war, that was expressed in the field; on the other side, of mercy and strong blame for the thousand of fallen.
In the 200° Anniversary of Austerlitz we have intended to offer a new occasion of reflection on a crucial moment of the European history and on the relation heavy of consequences and unfortunately always of its actuality, between war and politics.
The Italians in Austerlitz under Imperial Eagle and the recoils of Austerlitz in Italy.
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Their appearance was a Godsend for the Guard cavalry who used the gaps in the formation to retreat out of a cavalry melee and rest and reform at the back of the Division.
The Battle of Austerlitz, 2 December 1805, was regarded by many (including the Emperor himself) as the most brilliant victory of Napoleon and the Grande Armée.
The northern extremity of the battle area is marked by the 700-foot mound of the Santon, overlooking the main highway from Bruenn to Olmuetz, which runs immediately to his south.
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 The Battle of Austerlitz 200 Years on - Associated Content
The Battle of Austerlitz is also referred to as The Battle of the Three Emperors.
The Battle of the Three Emperors, as The Battle of Austerlitz is also referred to, took place on December 2nd 1805 on the fields between Austerlitz and Brno.
This battle between France and the Austrian-Russian or third coalition against Napoleon (instigated by England), was more than a "mere" military confrontation.
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Their appearance was a Godsend for the Guard cavalry who used the gaps in the formation to retreat out of a cavalry melee and rest and reform at the back of the Division.
The Battle of Austerlitz, 2 December 1805, was regarded by many (including the Emperor himself) as the most brilliant victory of Napoleon and the Grande Armée.
The northern extremity of the battle area is marked by the 700-foot mound of the Santon, overlooking the main highway from Bruenn to Olmuetz, which runs immediately to his south.
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 Thousands from around world re-enact 1805 Battle of Austerlitz: 09.12.2005: www.prague-apartments-hotels.com
Now to the east of the Czech Republic for a major re-enactment of the Battle of Austerlitz, which was fought on December 2nd 1805 and is remembered as Napoleon Bonaparte's greatest military victory.
At Austerlitz - known as Slavkov in Czech - some three and a half thousand military history buffs relived the Battle of Three Emperors, which was to redraw the map of Europe.
In the 1805 battle, Napoleon's armies defeated the numerically superior forces of Austria and Russia.
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 New exhibition heralds the magnificent commemorative celebrations of Austerlitz 2005
The rapid approach of the 200th anniversary of the legendary Battle of Austerlitz (Slavkov), has prompted the Muzeum Brněnska (www.muzeumbrnenska.cz) to establish a new permanent themed exhibition at the Mound of Peace memorial, located in the centre of the of the former Austerlitz battleground.
The Peace Mound memorial, built in honour of Napoleon’s victory in the Battle of Slavkov/Austerlitz (2 December 1805), is both the dominant and a natural centre of the protected area called “The Slavkov Battleground”.
The dominant element of this part is the spatial and audiovisual reconstruction of the famous painting portraying the meeting of the two emperors, Napoleon and Franz, after the Battle of Spálený mlýn, and the climax of the exhibition - a video-projection.
www.europeetravel.net /2005/02/28/285/new-exhibition-austerlitz-2005   (0 words)

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