from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A town of northeast Austria northeast of Vienna. Napoleon defeated the Austrians here in July 1809.
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- n. a battle in the Napoleonic campaigns (1809); Napoleon defeated the Austrians
- n. a town in northeastern Austria
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M. Chartier's "Wagram" is a furious cavalry charge, in which one finds a dash and go that is absent in the "Charge of the Grenadiers of the Guards at Eylau," by M. Schommer.
Otherwise known as Blauer Burgunder, or Blauer Spätburgunder, today it is planted on the hills of Wagram and in Kamptal.
Gaston Glock's company, headquartered in Deutsch-Wagram, Austria, was founded in 1963.
In the early part of the campaign, in Bavaria, Karl made some costly mistakes he was badly beaten by the French Emperor at Eckmühl, which eventually cost the Austrians Vienna; but the Archduke defeated Napoleon at Aspern/Essling, although he was defeated soon after at Wagram.
The trumpet-blasts of Wagram were still sounding an echo in the heart of the Austrian monarchy.
On the battlefield of Wagram a shell shattered the only record of Mme. de
She stepped forward and took me for a partner, and amidst the bravoes of the crowd, in which stood Ney, Murat, Lannes, the Prince of Wagram, and the Austrian ambassador, we showed to the beau monde of the French capital, I flatter myself, a not unfavorable specimen of the dance of our country.
As the Emperor spoke, his pale cheek glowed red, his eye flashed fire, his deep clear voice rung as of old when he pointed out the enemy from beneath the shadow of the Pyramids, or rallied his regiments to the charge upon the death-strewn plain of Wagram.
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