Battle of Carpi, 1701 ⚔️ Prince Eugene’s speed surprises the French ⚔️ Part 4


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🚩 At the start of the campaign in Italy, Prince Eugene maneuvered his army through the Alps and crossed the Lower Adige river, but he still had to gain access to the plain of Verona. He knew that speed and surprise would decide the outcome of the first battle of the War of Spanish Succession.

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📢 Narrated by David McCallion

📝 Written by: Jonathan Woody

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📚 Sources:
Abbott, J. History of the Habsburg Empire (Madison & Adams Press, 2018).
Childs, J. C. R., & Childs, J. Armies and warfare in Europe, 1648-1789. (Manchester University Press, 1982).
Charles Joseph. The Life of Prince Eugene, of Savoy: From His Own Original Manuscript. Vol. 3. J. Davis, 1812.
Šegvić, Filip Šimetin, and Tomislav Branđolica. “The age of heroes in historiography: the example of Prince Eugene of Savoy.” Austrian History Yearbook 44 (2013): 211-233.
Wheatcroft, Enemy at the Gate, 216-225
A historical description of the glorious conquest of the city of Buda pp. 20–23, especially 9 July
The Enemy at the Gate: Habsburgs, Ottomans and the Battle for Europe; Andrew Wheatcroft
The Supremacy of France and the Wars of Louis XIV; Thomas Henry Dyer

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