By Ian Castle
This all-new quantity chronicles the occasions that climaxed at the box of Austerlitz in a single of the main recognized battles of the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815). not just used to be it the 1st crusade that Napoleon waged as Emperor of France, but additionally the 1st nice try for his Grande Armée. The Emperor himself appeared it as his maximum victory and it unquestionably gained him a mastery of Europe that will stay unbroken for nearly a decade. so much bills of the crusade have formerly been dependent virtually solely on French assets, yet following broad learn within the Austrian data Ian citadel is now in a position to supply a much more balanced account of Austerlitz.
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Austerlitz 1805: The fate of empires (Campaign, Volume 101) by Ian Castle