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Zhodnotenie 13. ročníka Knižných hodov v Seredi
Dňa 14.5. sa žiaci 9. ročníka zúčastnili Knižných hodov v Seredi. Tohtoročná téma „Sloboda nie je samozrejmosť“ bola venovaná 30. výročiu nežnej revolúcie. Žiaci Obchodnej akadémie v Seredi si pripravili pre hostí interaktívne sprostredkovanie udalostí novembra 1989. Súčasťou Knižných hodov boli aj autentické výpovede bývalých žiakov OA, ktorých revolučný rok zastihol počas štúdií na tejto škole. Niektorí žiaci tiež využili možnosť vziať si zdarma domov knihu, ktorá sa im zapáčila a zaujala ich.
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THE BATTLE OF THE THREE EMPERORS, AUSTERLITZ - SLAVKOV U BRNA

Battle of Austerlitz, also called Battle of the Three Emperors, (Dec. 2, 1805), the first engagement of the War of the Third Coalition and one of Napoleon’s greatest victories. His 68,000 troops defeated almost 90,000 Russians and Austrians nominally under General M.I. Kutuzov, forcing Austria to make peace with France (Treaty of Pressburg) and keeping Prussia temporarily out of the anti-French alliance.

The battle took place near Austerlitz in Moravia (now Slavkov u Brna, Czech Republic) after the French had entered Vienna on November 13 and then pursued the Russian and Austrian allied armies into Moravia. The arrival of the Russian emperor Alexander I virtually deprived Kutuzov of supreme control of his troops. The allies decided to fight Napoleon west of Austerlitz and occupied the Pratzen Plateau, which Napoleon had deliberately evacuated to create a trap. The allies then launched their main attack, with 40,000 men, against the French right (south) to cut them off from Vienna. While Marshal Louis Davout’s corps of 10,500 men stubbornly resisted this attack, and the allied secondary attack on Napoleon’s northern flank was repulsed, Napoleon launched Marshal Nicolas Soult, with 20,000 infantry, up the slopes to smash the weak allied centre on the Pratzen Plateau. Soult captured the plateau and, with 25,000 reinforcements from Napoleon’s reserve, held it against the allied attempts to retake it. The allies were soon split in two and vigorously attacked and pursued both north and south of the plateau. They lost 15,000 men killed and wounded and 11,000 captured, while Napoleon lost 9,000 men. The remnants of the allied army were scattered. Two days later Francis I of Austria agreed to a suspension of hostilities and arranged for Alexander I to take his army back to Russia.
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