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Austerlitz: The Story of a Battle

by Claude Manceron

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1034 Austerlitz: The Story of a Battle, by Claude Manceron translated by George Univin (read 25 Nov 1969) I greatly enjoyed reading this book. I found myself wholeheartedly for Napoleon! Despite the faults of Napoleon, and the tremendous suffering he caused Europe, one cannot help but be fascinated by him. Dec 2, 1805: Napoleon's army routs Russia and Austria in Moravia. The battle was west of Austerlitz, around and through villages such as Telnitz, Sokolnitz, etc. While this account is episodic and not very heavily footnoted, for a popular treatment it was not bad. ( )
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