The eve of Austerlitz December th century Napoleon rests by a fire with his troops camped near Austerlitz Slavkov u Brna Czech Republic Regarded as Napoleon Bonapartes 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 men and guns with just men After much hard fighting the French crushed the Allies Thousands of fleeing troops drowned when a frozen lake split under the weight of men and guns French losses amounted to while the Russian and Austrian emperors present at the battle saw more than men killed wounded and captured Bonaparte also captured cannon
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