All about Austerlitz
Austerlitz again? Yes, Austerlitz again! By now everything has been said and told about that famous battle of December, 2, 1805, which represents one of the zenith of Bonaparte’s “genius”. The battle of Austerlitz has been emphasized as the battle of the Three Emperors, the last of which, considered in Europe a “parvenu”, was Napoleon himself. It was one of the battles that had the honor of giving its name to one of the most important railway stations in Paris, Gare de Austerlitz, as well as giving its name to a bridge over the Seine, opened in 1807, iron and toll. Already these trivial considerations are reality witnesses of how the new emperor was pleased with the Campaign of 1805 and its final outcome.
By Enrico Acerbi, 96 pages
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