Napoleon at the Battle of Jena October th century The Battle of Jena in Germany began with the chance evening meeting of Marshal Lannes corps with a Prussian force of men under General Friedrich Hohenloe Napoleon Bonaparte ordered a general advance and within two hours the exhausted Prussians gave way fleeing the field and trying to avoid the sabres of Marshal Murats horsemen
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