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- 12 October 2009: ...that Archduke Charles personally led his Hungarian Grenadiers in a charge against the French line at the Battle of Stockach in 1799? (1.6k page hits)
- 17 October2009: ... that 300 civilians living in Ostrach survived in their cellars while 70,000 Austrians and French battled overhead in March 1799? (1,400 hits)
- 23 October 2009: ... that after fighting in six wars throughout Europe and Russia, General Hotze
(pictured)was killed within 32 km (20 miles) of his birthplace on 25 September 1799 at the Second Battle of Zurich? (4,800 hits)
- 4 November 2009: ...that in October 1788, near Tomaševac (in present day Serbia), Friedrich Joseph, Count of Nauendorf and approximately 300 Hussars routed 1,200 Sipahis? (1,300 hits)
- 9 November 2009: ... that sappers blew up the Godesburg with mines
(pictured), including a 1500 pound bomb, when the large caliber cannons did not damage the walls in the 1583 siege? 5,200 hits
- 22 May 2010: ... that Jean Ambroise Baston de Lariboisière
(pictured)directed French artillery to fire on an ice-covered lake at the Battle of Austerlitz, helping to win the day for Napoleon? 3600 hits
- 23 May 2010: ... that after the Battle of Austerlitz in 1805, Napoleon predicted General Michel Ordener would die within five or six years—and although he retired, Ordener died in 1811? 2,000 hits
- 26 May 2010:... that the Quebec-born Etienne Hastrel de Rivedoux helped to organize French military operations in the French Revolutionary War (1793–1801), the Napoleonic Wars (1805–1815), and the July Revolution (1830)? 1000 hits, and name changed to Étienne....
- 6 June 2010 ... that military historian and Purdue professor Gunther E. Rothenberg escaped the Nazis and served in the British Army, the Israel Defense Force, and the US Air Force before attending college on the GI Bill? 1,900 hits.
- 20 June 2010 ... that Napoleonic Wars military historian Ramsay Weston Phipps helped to blow up the docks at the Siege of Sevastopol (1854–1855) when he was a young Royal Artillery lieutenant?