Prince Eugene’s baptism of fire ⚔️ The Great Siege of Buda, 1686 ⚔️ DOCUMENTARY

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🚩 The Second Turkish Siege of Vienna in 1683 was followed by a Habsburg offensive, during which Prince Eugene of Savoy became its foremost luminary. The siege of Buda in 1686 was fought between the Holy League and the Ottoman Empire, ending almost 150 years of Turkish rule. Although Eugene played a minor role in the siege, it was during these early encounters of the Long Turkish War that he made a name for himself and rose through the ranks.

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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

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  1. 🚩 Sign up on HistoryHit and get 50% off your first 3 months by using the code HISTORYMARCHE https://access.historyhit.com/checkout/subscribe/purchase?code=historymarche&plan=monthly

    🚩 The Second Turkish Siege of Vienna in 1683 was followed by a Habsburg offensive, during which Prince Eugene of Savoy became its foremost luminary. The siege of Buda in 1686 was fought between the Holy League and the Ottoman Empire, ending almost 150 years of Turkish rule. Although Eugene played a minor role in the siege, it was during these early encounters of the Long Turkish War that he made a name for himself and rose through the ranks.

  2. There is an insgnificant inaccuracy: the video swapped the northern and southern locations. Actually the palace complex was (and still is) on the southern third of the Buda old town, and the "town" itself with its streets and houses are in northern part. So the last pasha of Buda more likely fell in the north. His symbolic grave can also be found on the northern wall, at he Anjou bastion. Right now I am writing these sentences in my home in the Pasarét neighborhood of Buda, and "Pasarét" literally means "Pasha's Meadows" and it was named in the honor of the last pasha of Buda 🙂

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