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Republic successfully withstood the assault of combined Europe. How? By virtue of her numbers. She had, at one time, nearly a motion of men under arms. Under the Empire, the military force was always enormous. In 1805, when the campaign of Austerlitz took place, it was computed at 651,000 men. In the campaign of Jens (1806) it was somewhat larger. In the campaign of Friedland (1807) the military strength of the Empire approached 800,000 men, and in the campaign of Wagram (1809) it quite caI, one century before, failed quite as badly as Napoleon did in 1812, and his army was little more than one- tenth part as large as that of the latter. Decisive battles are usually fought by a very small proportion of the entire force. At Austerlitz the French numbered 80,000 men, while the strength of the Empire was 651,000. At Jena, 126,000 French only were engaged. At Friedland 80,000 French decided the fate of the war. although there were in Poland nearly 300,000 French soldiers, whi