War and Peace

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DATES OF PRINCIPAL EVENTS

1805
O.S.
11 Oct.* Kutuzov inspects regiment near Braunau. Le malheu-
reux
Mack arrives.
23 Oct.The Russian army crosses the Enns.
24 Oct.Fight at Amtetten.
28 OctThe Russian army crosses the Danube.
30 Oct.Defeats Mortier at Dürrenstein.
4 Nov. Napoleon writes to Murat from Schönbrunn.
Battle of Schön Grabern.
19 Nov.The Council of War at Ostralitz.
20Nov. Battle of Austerfitz.

1807
27Jan.Battle of Preussisch-Eylau.
2 JuneBattle of Friedland.
13 JuneThe Emperors meet at Tilsit.

1812
17 May Napoleon leaves Dresden.
12 June Napoleon crosses the Niemen and enters Rusda.
14 June Alexander sends Balashev to Napoleon.
13 JulyThe Pavlograd hussars in action at Ostrovna.
4 Aug.Alpatych at Smolensk hears distant firing.
5 Aug.Bombardment of Smolensk.
7 Aug. Prince Nicholas Bolkonsky leaves Bald Hills for
Bogucharovo.
8 Aug. Kutuzov appointed Commander-in-Chief.
10 Aug. Prince Andrew's column abreast of Bald Hills.
17 Aug. Kutuzov reaches Tsarevo-Zaymishche and takes com-
mand of the army.
Nicholas Rostov rides to Bogucharovo.
24 Aug.Battle of the Shevardino Redoubt
26 Aug.Battle of Borodino.
*To adjust nineteenth-century old-style dates to our western calendar twelve days have to be added in each case.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • NOTE ON THE TRANSLATION xvii
  • SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY xviii
  • CHRONOLOGY OF LEO TOLSTOY xix
  • PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS AND GUIDE TO PRONUNCIATION xxi
  • DATES OF PRINCIPAL EVENTS xxiii
  • CHAPTER CONTENTS xxix
  • BOOK ONE 1
  • Part One 3
  • Part Two 113
  • Part Three 209
  • BOOK TWO 309
  • Part One 311
  • Part Two 367
  • Part Three 443
  • Part Four 519
  • Part Five 571
  • BOOK THREE 643
  • Part One 645
  • Part Two 731
  • Part Three 879
  • BOOK FOUR 997
  • Part One 999
  • Part Two 1055
  • Part Three 1101
  • Part Four 1149
  • FIRST EPILOGUE 1207
  • SECOND EPILOGUE 1265
  • APPENDIX SOME WORDS ABOUT 'WAR AND PEACE' (Published in Russian Archive, 1868) 1307
  • NOTES [M] indicates that the note is the translator's. 1317
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