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  WG Sebald's Austerlitz
Jacques Austerlitz is a fellow academic met on one of the narrator's travels.
For example, Austerlitz loses himself in the small print of works he is reading in a Paris library as he seeks references to his father.
That Austerlitz is an imagined character reasserts the fact, and indicates that the novel as an art form suppresses as much as it illuminates, no matter how much light is beamed into the darkness.
www.morose.fsnet.co.uk /reviews/sebald_austerlitz.htm   (1382 words)

 AUSTERLITZ.org: Latest articles
The town of Slavkov, communes of Tvarozna and Prace, Project Austerlitz and Central European Napoleonic Society organize, from 10th to 12th august, the Napoleonic Days at the occasion of the 238th anniversary of Napoleon.
The town of Mikulov, Project Austerlitz and Central European Napoleonic Society organize, from 6th to 8th july, a commemorative event at the occasion of the 198th anniversary of the end of the 1809 campaign.
Dedication of the monument to the victims of the battle of Austerlitz, Bystrice p.
www.austerlitz.org   (490 words)

  Flak Magazine: Review of Austerlitz, 10.23.01
His books, such as his most recent, "Austerlitz," are interspersed with images, photographs that accompany the narrative but also create a narrative of their own, a fl-and-white tableau of a Europe gone forever, a world of iron and railroads and gas lamps and rundown cemeteries.
Austerlitz, we learn, is not Welsh but Czech in origin, having been sent off to England on the eve of World War II by his parents.
At the same time, though, it is Austerlitz's discovery of his past that motivates him in other aspects of his life — academics, his love life — and one suspects that, had he not uncovered it, he would be a lonely Welsh farmer, uneasy with his life but not knowing why.
www.flakmag.com /books/austerlitz.html   (644 words)

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)

 AUSTERLITZ: Napoleon's Greatest Victory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The battle of Austerlitz on December 1, 1805, was a pivotal engagement, which many historians characterized as "Napoleon's Greatest Victory".
The town of Austerlitz is east of the battlefield, with Brunn to the west (Napoleon's depot and rear area), and the capital of Vienna to the south firmly in French control.
The Battle of Austerlitz may well be the second most-studied Napoleonic battle, after Waterloo and it is a favorite of Napoleonic scholars and historians.
austerlitz.wargamer.com /articles/austerlitz_review/default.asp   (760 words)

 Robert Paul Austerlitz   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Robert Paul Austerlitz was born in Bucharest, Romania on December 13, 1923.
Austerlitz then began teaching at Columbia in 1958 as an Assistant Professor of Linguistics and Uralic studies.
Austerlitz also held two doctorates from the University of Umea in Sweden and the University of Helsinki.
www.mnsu.edu /emuseum/information/biography/abcde/austerlitz_robert_paul.html   (406 words)

 Austerlitz by W G Sebald, published by Penguin, reviews and opinions by and for book clubs and reading groups
From the acclaimed author W G Sebald, this novel is an eloquent pastiche of fiction and art, uncovering the life of a modern 'wandering Jew' who was shipped to Wales as a child on the 'kinder transport' and is now searching for his past.
Austerlitz himself has few connections with others and so what relationships do exist in the book are barely developed.
Jacques Austerlitz is a lost melancholic character, a modern "wandering Jew".
www.book-club.co.nz /books/17austerlitz.htm   (1044 words)

 Austerlitz, Constant Reader Discussion
Austerlitz, the internationally acclaimed masterpiece by “one of the most gripping writers imaginable” (The New York Review of Books), is the story of a man’s search for the answer to his life’s central riddle.
Austerlitz could see his young parents and was waiting for them to enter the room.
From: Jane Niemeier jniemeie@hotmail.com Date: Sunday, June 20, 2004 09:00 PM Ruth, Even at the beginning,when Austerlitz was a boy in Wales, he felt the existance of dead people in the surrounding area.
www.constantreader.com /discussions/austerlitz.htm   (2366 words)

 Austerlitz : Austerlitz 2005 : 200th Anniversary : Reneactment : History : Historical :
For the latter organisers of Austerlitz 2005 are promising "the greatest re-enactment of a battle on the European continent".
However, Austerlitz 2005 will not just be about re-fighting the battle - spectacular though that may be - the organisers are putting together conferences and seminars.
During Austerlitz 2005 there will be religious ceremonies held in memory of the thousands of troops who died fighting there and to mark the end of the fighting church bells will toll around the area.
www.napoleonguide.com /austerlitz_2005.htm   (228 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.
Austerlitz : 2 December 1805 - Austerlitz, Austria
www.napoleonicminiatureswargame.com /austerlitz.html   (414 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Austerlitz: Books: W.G. Sebald,Anthea Bell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
WG Sebald's Austerlitz has something of the fractured narrative and wanderlust of his novels The Emigrants and The Rings of Saturn, and continues to develop their obsession with history, loss and memory--or more precisely in this case, forgetting.
At heart, though, Austerlitz is a serious indictment of modern Europe's "avoidance system", its repeated patterns of personal and institutional forgetting that, even within Austerlitz's own lifetime, have contrived to obscure, ignore and render irretrievable his past and the source of his pain.
We follow Austerlitz as he grapples with his anxiety and distress, his "sense of rejection and annihilation" which links his story to the wider currents of Europe's history of denial and admission.
www.amazon.co.uk /Austerlitz-W-G-Sebald/dp/0140297995   (1548 words)

 Amazon.com: Austerlitz: Books: W. G. Sebald,Anthea Bell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Austerlitz recounts his journey of self-discovery to an unnamed narrator, a tactic that is both disquieting and cleverly original.
Austerlitz is transported from his home in Prague when it becomes monsterously clear to his mother that the Nazis are soon to overtake their artful, prosperous life.
Sebald didn't write Austerlitz with the usual white space that one expects in novels (at paragraph breaks and dialogue, for instance)--but he relieves what would otherwise be a stark presentation by including a sequence of photographs.
www.amazon.com /Austerlitz-W-G-Sebald/dp/0375504834   (2694 words)

 Austerlitz : Battle of Austerlitz : Napoleonic Wars : Napoleon Bonaparte : Tsar Alexander : Francis I : Three Emperors ...
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.
Tricking his opponents into thinking he was weaker than he actually was, and then calling in nearby reinforcements, Bonaparte initially met the combined Allied army of 85,000 men and 278 guns with just 66,000 men.
www.napoleonguide.com /battle_austerlitz.htm   (225 words)

 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.
Napoleon advanced as far as Brünn (Brno) in late November and then retired a few miles, hoping that the Russian commander, Prince Mikhail Ilarionovich Kutuzov, would try to outflank him and cut off his line of retreat to Vienna.
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.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761570156/Austerlitz_Battle_of.html   (302 words)

 (¯`·.¸(¯`·.¸ AUSTERLITZ ¸.·´¯)¸.·´¯)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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.
Facing an Allied army 72,000 men strong, he blocked a massive Allied flanking movement aimed at his right wing, launched an attack that smashed the Allied center, and then scattered the remnants so thoroughly that by the night of December 2nd the Allied Third Coalition was in ruins.
www.searchlores.org /evaluate/austerlitz.htm   (726 words)

 Austerlitz - The Play By Email Napoleonic Wargame
On December 2, 1805, the French defeated Austria and Russia at the battle of Austerlitz.
Austerlitz is a Napoleonic Wargame set in the year 1808, at the height of Napoleon’s power.
There are also forums and downloads, and your chance to begin a free game of Austerlitz.
www.austerlitzpbem.com   (225 words)

 AUSTERLITZ.org: Latest articles
The town of Mikulov, Project Austerlitz and Central European Napoleonic Society organize, from 6th to 8th july, a commemorative event at the occasion of the 198th anniversary of the end of the 1809 campaign.
This year's re-enactment of the battle of Austerlitz saw the visit of the Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein with his children.
Dedication of the monument to the victims of the battle of Austerlitz, Bystrice p.
www.austerlitz.org /en   (526 words)

 GameSpy: Austerlitz: Napoleon's Greatest Victory Review
In addition to joking that one of the 19th century's greatest military geniuses is remembered in song for his greatest defeat rather than victory, I also noted that this loss has been re-created more often in game form.
Austerlitz is accessible to novices and wargame-lite players because of its rather unencumbered interface.
The biggest difference between Austerlitz and Gettysburg is the matter of the technology of day, and the engine has been adapted adequately to handle these subtle differences.
pc.gamespy.com /pc/austerlitz-napoleons-greatest-victory/593216p1.html   (765 words)

 Austerlitz and the Great Library
Austerlitz] is in complete discrepancy with the reality to which it claims to bear witness” (290), though an understandable reaction by scholars engaged in painstaking research, is an exaggeration that does not square with the praise the authors give Sebald for having revealed the existence of the Austerlitz camp to the reading public.
It is as if a “new,” postmodern Austerlitz has arisen to place a massive concrete slab over the “old” one, burying it physically and threatening to bury it in the social consciousness.
Austerlitz are less important than the fact that it has become part of a larger, if still modest, effort to rescue the memory of the camp from oblivion.
www.davidson.edu /academic/german/denham/cowan.htm   (5116 words)

 Battle of Austerlitz - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Austerlitz, Battle of, one of the greatest military engagements won by Napoleon.
It took place near the village of Austerlitz (now Slavkov, Czech...
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 Interlingua 2001: Biographias - Robert Austerlitz
Professor Robert Austerlitz, consiliero del Interlingua Institute american ab 1975 a su morte in 1994, nasceva in Bucarest, Romania, in 1923 de un patre austriac e un matre qui esseva citatano american.
In 1958, Robert Austerlitz deveniva professor assistente de studios linguistic e uralic al Columbia University e professor associate in 1962-1965.
Robert Austerlitz deveniva in 1965 professor de studios linguistic e uralic a Columbia University e - pro le sequente tres annos - esseva presidente del Departimento de Linguistica.
www.interlingua.com /historia/biographias/austerlitz.htm   (544 words)

 Austerlitz Review - Mark Green - Austerlitz Play By Email Napoleonic Wargame   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Austerlitz captures beautifully the many aspects of the Napoleonic era.
In Austerlitz the players have to consider similar problems; how to build a strong economy that will produce the raw materials, how to raise the finance to build your forces, where and what to trade and how to attack your enemies economies.
But Austerlitz is essentially a war game and it is here that it really scores.
www.austerlitzpbem.com /review1.htm   (559 words)

 Rhode Island news | projo.com | The Providence Journal | Your Life
Austerlitz, 47, was born in Finland, to Finnish and Romanian parents, and came to New York at the age of 1.
Austerlitz's music is an amalgamation of the places he's been and the music he's studied.
Austerlitz plans to use the fellowship money to record an album with Real People and another with poet and Brown professor Michael Harper, a former Rhode Island poet laureate, with whom he's already recorded two jazz-poetry collaborations.
www.projo.com /yourlife/content/projo_20050306_auster.1b8c82b.html   (1092 words)

 The Battle of Austerlitz 200 Years on - Associated Content
The Battle of Austerlitz is also referred to as The Battle of the Three Emperors.
And it was undoubtedly the peak of glory and heroism for the great French Grande Armée, as well as being the crowning victory among the numerous other military successes Napoleon had celebrated up until then.
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.
www.associatedcontent.com /article/16424/the_battle_of_austerlitz_200_years.html   (631 words)

 Austerlitz : Battle of Three Emperors - December 2, 1805 : After Action Report
Austerlitz : Battle of Three Emperors - December 2, 1805 : After Action Report
The real question is could either side have adopted a better plan that could have produced better results.
So far, I think that question still remains open and perhaps another battle of Austerlitz in the future might answer this.
www.napoleonicminiatureswargame.com /austerlitzaar.html   (1934 words)

 (¯`·.¸(¯`·.¸ AUSTERLITZ_6 ¸.·´¯)¸.·´¯)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
To the north and east of this dominating feature lie the villages of Blasowitz and Krzenowitz respectively and to the south, the township of Aujest Markt (Augezd).
The town of Austerlitz lies three miles away to the east of the Pratzen Heights on the banks of the Littawa River.
The bait was swallowed, and the hook firmly embedded; bar mischances, the outcome of Austerlitz was practically decided.
www.searchlores.org /evaluate/austerlitz6.htm   (5836 words)

 Austerlitz, Kentucky   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Austerlitz is a southeastern Bourbon county community on KY 57 at the crossing with what was once the Kentucky Central Railroad.
The station is said to have been named by a resident who had visited the site of the 1805 battle in Austria.
The Austerlitz post office operated from 1884 until 1954.
www.uky.edu /KentuckyAtlas/ky-austerlitz.html   (52 words)

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