Napoleon Demands Mack’s Surrender

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Napoleon ordered that the Michelsberg, a hill that dominated Ulm from the northwest, be seized. Having now totally surrounded Ulm, Napoleon sent an emissary to Mack demanding the Austrian army's surrender. Mack refused but was overruled by his senior officers. On October 17 Mack and Napoleon agreed to a capitulation that allowed Mack's army to march out of Ulm with full military honors. Mack was also granted a week's reprieve to allow the possibility of the arrival of a Russian relief force. If the Russians arrived by October 25, Mack's army would be free to march out and join the relief force. 

Month: 
10
Day: 
15
Map Name 1: 
ulm
X1: 
-100
Y1: 
15
Phase: 
Phase 3 - 10/7-10/20