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of General Eugen Graf von Argenteau, stationed along a line of outposts stretching from Carcare to Genoa. The Piedmontese compliment consisted of 20,000 men under the command of General Colli; they were stretched out in a line running from Ceva to Cosseria. In turn they were bolstered by a detachment of Austrians.

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On paper, this coalition army looked formidable and impossible to break through. But the dogged Napoleon began to formulate a plan which involved keeping the Austrians and Piedmontese apart; he was ready to take the war to them. Right from the get go; Napoleon's objective was to knock the Piedmontese out of the war. He meticulously studied the maps and correctly deduced that the town of Carcare was a chink Adidas Originals London Yeezy Boost

Napoleon had hoped to get things underway on the 15th April, but his plans were scuppered five days earlier, by virtue of the Austrians deciding to strike first, attacking an isolated French Brigade at Voltri. However, the ageing Beaulieu made a costly blunder, because by attacking first, he had revealed his position, and also revealed that he was incapable of calling for aid from either Argenteau or Colli due to distance. However, despite the initial surprise, the French Brigade were able to complete a successful retreat in the wake of a huge Austrian force. The offensive soon fizzled out. Despite having his original plans wrecked, Bonaparte elected to ignore the Austrian attack, and instead focused his attention on Argenteau's force, victory against them, would give the French all the freedom in the world to move against the Piedmontese. The Battle of MontenotteAs dawn broke on the 12th April 1796, the French artillery gunners awoke to a foggy landscape, surrounding the tiny hamlet of Montenotte. Fortunately for them, the fog wasn't too dense, and was clear within an hour of sunrise.

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in the Austrian/Piedmont chain. By concentrating his attack on the weak link, he could split the coalition up and thus enjoy numerical superiority over the isolated foes. He ordered Massena and Augereau to strike at Carcare, but in order to ensure a successful attack, he ordered Serurier to create a diversion around Ormea, so as to divert Colli's attention. Meanwhile, other French forces would attack Cuneo; another division would attack Sasello before joining up with another division at Voltri.

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ame under the rule of the King of Sardinia, and would remain so until 1861, the year the regions unified and became modern Italy. Napoleon's Austrian counterpart was an elderly man called Jean Pierre Beaulieu, a strange name for an Austrian. However, there is a perfectly reasonable explanation; Beaulieu was born in an Austrian province called the Austrian Netherlands, today this area is known as the Netherlands and Belgium. In reality, he was Belgian, and was very likely a very good French speaker. He commanded an army of 19,500 men stationed north of Genoa at a place called Alessandria. The other Adidas Yeezy 350 Boost Moonrock Men/Women

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