Napoleón emperador En noviembre de 1799 (18 brumario del nuevo calendario), un general victorioso, Napoleón Bonaparte, con el apoyo de una parte de la burguesía, dio un golpe de Estado, concentró todo el poder en sus manos y se erigió primero en cónsul y posteriormente en emperador. Napoleon's plan was to cross the Berezina River and head for Poland, while his enemies wanted to trap him there and destroy him. Crossing of the Berezina, Felician Myrbach, Le passage de la Bérézina, Joseph Raymond Fournier-Sarlovèze, Crossing the Berezina River on 17 November 1812, Peter von Hess, La traversée de la Bérézina en 1812, Jan Hoynck van Papendrecht, Coordinates: 54°19′29″N 28°21′16″E / 54.32472°N 28.35444°E / 54.32472; 28.35444. Cours de la Bérézina. (from ATO website:) Napoleon at the Berezina is a solitaire game of the last major action of the 1812 campaign. [11] According to the modern Russian encyclopedia, the Russian army lost from 8,000 to 15,000 killed, wounded and prisoners during four days; French casualties were from 25,000 to 40,000 [12] Richard K. Riehn estimated French losses at about 30,000; most of these were stragglers, actual battle losses being relatively small with about 10,000 French and 14,000 Russians actually involved. Weary French forces begin the battle on both sides of the river while two Russian armies converge from different directions. The drama of the battle's story inspired many works of art centred on the crossing. Our scenario also has special rules to represent the 40,000 stragglers inter-mingled with the Grande Armee. Russian losses are usually placed at up to 8,000 combatants.

Main characteristics of the largest rivers of Belarus", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Berezina&oldid=967758347, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Napoleon's Great Escape: The Battle of the Berezina. [8] A higher estimate is provided by historian Jacques Garnier, who places French losses at 25,000 combatants, 25 cannon and 20,000 civilian stragglers, of whom around 10,000 were massacred by Cossacks. Богданович М. И., История Отечественной войны 1812 года по достоверным источникам. Déroulement Le 23 novembre, les Russes attendent les Français à Borissov.Napoléon décide d'y organiser une manœuvre de diversion pour permettre le franchissement de la Bérézina 15 km en amont, face au village de Stoudienka, où le général Corbineau a identifié un passage possible. La batalla del Berézina (o Berésina, del bielorruso Бярэ́зіна) tuvo lugar entre el 26 y el 29 de noviembre de 1812, entre el ejército francés de Napoleón Bonaparte, en retirada después de su invasión de Rusia y los ejércitos rusos dirigidos por Mijaíl Kutúzov, Peter Wittgenstein y el almirante Pável Chichágov. However, the 125ème and 126ème Line Regiments, consisting mostly of Dutch troops, fought until ordered to surrender, and the survivors were taken into captivity.[5][6].

Cavalry quickly crossed it followed by infantry to hold the bridgehead. The Battle of Berezina is depicted in the 1956 film War and Peace. The Berezina or Biarezina[2] (Belarusian: Бярэ́зіна; pronounced [bʲaˈrɛzʲinɐ]) is a river in Belarus and a right tributary of the Dnieper. The Russians had approximately 61,000 troops at the Berezina, with another 54,000 under Kutuzov just 40 mi (64 km) to the east who were approaching the river. Caractéristiques Longueur 587 km Bassin 24 500 km 2 Bassin collecteur bassin du Dniepr Débit moyen 145 m 3 /s Napoleons fatale veldtocht naar Moskou (Napoleon’s ill-fated campaign to Moscow) (Amsterdam 2005), p. 412-413. Diese Schlacht war die letzte im Russlandfeldzug 1812 vor dem Rückzug der französischen Armee über den Niemen am 14. By midday of the 27th, Napoleon and his Imperial Guard were across, and the strategy now swung to saving the Swiss rearguard, which was fighting against Wittgenstein's arriving army. Wittgenstein (left) begins to arrive on the field and pursue Victor's corps. While some 22,000 French men became casualties, these included a great number of stragglers, many of them civilians. There were military actions between Germany and Russia at the Berezina River in 1917–1918. [13], Leo Tolstoy references the battle in his War and Peace.[14]:640.