Napoleon injured at Ratisbon April c Pursuing the Austrians after the victory at Eckmuhl Napoleon Bonaparte found the garrisoned old city at Ratisbon in Germany was a defensive shield for Archduke Charles escape across the DanubeThe third French assault party carried the walls and within minutes French troops were pouring into the nowdoomed Ratisbon French casualties including Bonaparte who had been wounded in the ankle were between and while the Austrians lost at least men killed injured or captured Sending Marshal Louis Davout to guard the north bank across the Danube Bonaparte was now free to move on Vienna
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