There are many stories and legends regarding events before or during the battle.

In the night before the day of battle, Napoグルコサミンleon set out with his entourage to review the forward positions.

During this tour, he was recognized by the soldiers of Vandamme's division, and fairly soon the entire army lit candles to celebrate the anniversary of his coronation.

Allied soldiers and commanders looking at this believed that the French were preparing to retreat.

Another story features an unfortunateレーシック手術 French soldier running from Cossacks; apparently, the soldier climbed through a chimney trying to hide, but the Cossacks found and killed him anyway.

A more humorous episode occurred between some Russian troopers looking for horse fodder from a local peasant woman.

The soldiers kept yelling, Babo, ovsa ("Granny, give us oats") but the woman, who was old and probably had difficult hearing, thought they were saying Hopsa ("Jump"), so she repeatedly jumped, to the very great frustration of the Russian soldiers.

Eventually, the soldiers realized she did not uFX 初心者nderstand them, pointed to the horses outside, and even started chewing to give her a clue, which she finally got, giving the soldiers the oats they wanted.

Yet another story tells of Frメイク落としench artillerists throwing a wooden statue of the Virgin Mary into a fire for warmth and discovering that it would not burn.

The Battle of Austerlitz is a major event in Leo Tolstoy's novel War and Peace.

For that reason, Austerlitコラーゲン ランキングz is sometimes compared to other great tactical battles like Cannae or Blenheim.

Some historians suggest that Napoleon was so successful at Austerlitz that he lost touch with reality, and what used to be French foreign policy became a "personal Napoleonic one" after the battle.