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Austerlitz: Napoleon Makes His Own Luck
Austerlitz: Napoleon Makes His Own Luck 
by Lonny L. Grout

Footnotes and Works Cited

Footnotes

[1]. David G. Chandler, The Campaigns of Napoleon (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1995), 320.

[2]. Todd Fisher and Gregory Freemont-Barnes, The Napoleon Wars: The Rise and Fall of an Empire (Oxford: Osprey Publishing Ltd, 2004), 33.

[3]. Todd Fisher and Gregory Freemont-Barnes, 32

[4]. David G. Chandler, 416

[5]. Eric Huynh, The Ulm Austerlitz Campaign, 1805, (accessed September 24, 2006); available from http://www.pbs.org/empires/napoleon.; Internet.

[6]. Andrew Uffindell, Great Generals of the Napoleonic Wars (Kent: Spellmont Ltd, 2003), 19

[7]. Chandler, 407

[8]. Chandler, 409

[9]. Claude Manceron and translated by George Unwin, Austerlitz (New York: Norton and Company Inc, 1966), 168-169

[10]. Claude Manceron, 170-172

[11]. Claude Manceron, 175

[12]. Herold J. Christopher, The Mind of Napoleon: A selection from his written and spoken words (Columbia University Press, 1955), 127

[13]. Herold J. Christopher, 128

[14]. Chandler, 416

[15]. Richard Brooks, Atlas of World Military History (London: Harper Collins, 2000), 109

[16]. Todd Fisher and Gregory Freemont-Barnes, 48-49

[17]. Todd Fisher and Gregory Freemont-Barnes, 48

[18]. Chandler, 425

[19]. Todd Fisher and Gregory Freemont-Barnes, 49

[20]. Todd Fisher and Gregory Freemont-Barnes, 49-50

[21]. Todd Fisher and Gregory Freemont-Barnes, 51

[22]. Todd Fisher and Gregory Freemont-Barnes, 52

[23]. Todd Fisher and Gregory Freemont-Barnes, 52-53

[24]. Chandler, 432

[25]. J.M. Thompson, Napoleon's Letters (London: Everyman's Library, 1964), 133

[26]. Chandler, 432-433

[27]. Todd Fisher and Gregory Freemont-Barnes, 52

[28]. Todd Fisher and Gregory Freemont-Barnes, 53-54

[29]. Chandler, 439

[30]. Andrew Uffindell, 25

[31]. Frank McLynn, Napoleon a Biography (New York: Arcade Publishing Inc, 1997), 350

Works Cited

Chandler, David G. 1995. The Campaigns of Napoleon. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Fisher, Todd and Freemont-Barnes, Gregory 2004. The Napoleon Wars: The Rise and Fall of an Empire. Oxford: Osprey Publishing Ltd.

Huynh, Eric, The Ulm Austerlitz Campaign, 1805. (accessed September 24, 2006); available from http://www.pbs.org/empires/napoleon.; Internet.

Uffindell, Andrew 2003. Great Generals of the Napoleonic Wars. Kent: Spellmont Ltd.

Manceron, Claude and translated by Unwin, George 1966. Austerlitz. New York: Norton and Company Inc.

Christopher, Herold J. 1955. The Mind of Napoleon: A selection from his written and spoken words. Columbia University Press.

Thompson, J.M. 1964. Napoleon's Letters. London: Everyman's Library.

McLynn, Frank. 1997. Napoleon a Biography. New York: Arcade Publishing Inc.

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Copyright © 2007 Lonny L. Grout.

Written by Lonny L. Grout. If you have questions or comments on this article, please contact Lonny L. Grout at:
llgrout@yahoo.com.

About the author:
Lonny Grout has a BA in history from Excelsior College, and is pursuing a Masters of Military Studies in Land Warfare from AMU. He is an intelligence analyst on active duty in the National Guard (AGR), and has 19 years of military service. He was editor in chief in the 90s of a local periodical, The Eclectic Review, and has written articles for history and intelligence journals. Tours he has served include Bosnia and Iraq. He is a recipient of the MICA Knowlton Award for excellence in Military Intelligence, and was inducted as an Outstanding Young American (OYA 1999 edition). In addition to studying military history, he enjoys writing and fishing. He lives on a small farm in Idaho with his wife, Laura, and six children.

Published online: 4/29/2007.

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