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Tango0112 May 2022 9:34 p.m. PST

"This battle was the only battle of the Napoleonic Wars on the territory of the Kingdom of Hungary, and the last confrontation in which the armies of the Hungarian noble uprising took part. Commander of the Archduke Juan IX. the corps consisted of 28,997 infantry, 10,996 cavalry, and 28 guns, plus 10,000 infantry and 9,000 cavalry. At the same time, the French army on the march numbered 41,814 infantry, 13,482 cavalry and 144 guns.

The French attack was initiated at 1 pm by General Montburn's right-wing cavalry to take possession of the Pan-Veins Bridge, but the attack was repulsed twice by Brigadier General Mercsery's left wing. Meanwhile, the French Central Army also launched an attack by the strategically important Commander Kismegyer, but the defenders thwarted the attack. This detail can be seen on our field table…."




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