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 (???? - 1799 AD) Pre-19th Century Battles    
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Michigan Dave
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What of Napoleon's battle plans at Austerlitz??
Posted on: 12/21/2016 3:15:16 PM
What's your take on Napoleon's Tactics & Plan of attack in the Battle of Austerlitz!?

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Michigan Dave
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Re: What of Napoleon's battle plans at Austerlitz??
Posted on: 12/29/2016 6:22:17 PM
A diagram of the battle;

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Re: What of Napoleon's battle plans at Austerlitz??
Posted on: 5/16/2017 1:51:15 PM
Perhaps if he planned better at Waterloo, he would have won??
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Re: What of Napoleon's battle plans at Austerlitz??
Posted on: 5/17/2017 3:15:04 PM
How?
Wellington just had to wait for the Prussian reinforcements, so that was what he did.
Napoleon had defeated the Prussians just two days before, but even then wasn't capable of winning decisively.

A more interesting fact is that Wellington let the Dutch - who had been allies of the French for almost two decades until less than two years before - take a lot of French pressure.

 (???? - 1799 AD) Pre-19th Century Battles    
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