استرلیتز دؤیوشو

ویکی‌پدیا، آچیق بیلیک‌لیک‌دن
پرش به ناوبری پرش به جستجو
Battle of Austerlitz
the اۆچونجو ائتلاف ساواشی نین بیر بخشی
Colored painting showing Napoleon on a white horse and General Rapp galloping towards Napoleon to present the captured Austrian standards.
Napoléon at the Battle of Austerlitz, by François Gérard (Galerie des Batailles, Versailles)
تاریخ 2 December 1805
یئر Austerlitz, Moravia, اوتریش ایمپیراتورلوغو
(now Slavkov u Brna, چک جومهوریتی)
نتیجه Decisive French victory

دییشیکلیکلر
Dissolution of the مقدس روم ژرمن ایمپراتورلوغو and creation of the رن کونفدراسیونو
طرفلر
 France روسیه ایمپیراتورلوغو روسیه ایمپیراتورلوغو
 مقدس روم ژرمن ایمپراتورلوغو
باشچیلار
ناپلئون بوناپارت بیرینجی الکساندر (روسیه)
Mikhail Kutuzov
Francis II
گۆجلر
65,000-68,000 (not including III Corps)[۱] 84,000-95,000[۲]
تلفات
1,305 dead,
6,940 wounded,
(8,245 total),
573 captured,
1 standard lost[۳]
Total: 9,000
16,000 dead or wounded,
20,000 captured,
186 guns lost,
45 standards lost[۴]
Total: 36,000

استرلیتز دؤیوشو یوخسا اوچ ایمپراطور دؤیوشو ناپلئون بوناپارتین ان بؤیوک دؤیوشو 1805 -جی دئسامبر آین 2سی ناپلئون اوتریش و روسیه دؤولتلرین مغلوب ائتدی.

قایناقلار[دَییشدیر]

  1. French numbers at the battle vary depending on the account; 65,000, 67,000, 73,000, or 75,000 are other figures often present in the literature. The discrepancy arises because about 7,000 men of Davout's III Corps were not at the battle right when it started. Including or not including these troops is a matter of preference (in this article, they will be included as separate from the 67,000 French soldiers originally on the field). David G. Chandler, The Campaigns of Napoleon. p. 416 gives 67,000 (without Davout's III Corps)
  2. Allied numbers at the battle vary depending on the account; 73,000, 84,000, or 89,000 are other figures often present in the literature. Andrew Uffindell, Great Generals of the Napoleonic Wars. p. 25 gives 73,000. David G. Chandler, The Campaigns of Napoleon. p. 417 gives 85,000. In Napoleon and Austerlitz (1997), Scott Bowden writes that the traditional number given for the Allies, 85,000, reflects their theoretical strength, and not the true numbers present on the battlefield.
  3. قایناق خطاسی برچسب <ref> نامعتبر؛ متنی برای ارجاع‌های با نام casualties وارد نشده‌است
  4. Andrew Roberts, Napoleon, A Life. p. 390