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Battle of Verona (1799)

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Battle of Verona (1799)
Part of the French Revolutionary War
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Austrian infantry skirmishing
Date26 March 1799
Location
near Verona, Italy
45°26′19″N 10°59′34″E / 45.43861°N 10.99278°E / 45.43861; 10.99278
Result Draw
Belligerents
France France Habsburg Monarchy Austria
Commanders and leaders
France Barthélemy Schérer
France Jean-Mathieu-Philibert Sérurier
Habsburg Monarchy Pál Kray
Strength
46,400 41,400
Casualties and losses
5,228
17 guns
7,000–8,000
8 guns[1]

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  Napoleon in command
  Napoleon not in command

Battle of Verona on 26 March 1799 saw a Habsburg Austrian army under Pál Kray fight a First French Republic army led by Barthélemy Louis Joseph Schérer. The battle encompassed three separate combats on the same day. At Verona, the two sides battled to a bloody draw. At Pastrengo to the west of Verona, French forces prevailed over their Austrian opponents. At Legnago to the southeast of Verona, the Austrians defeated their French adversaries. The battle was fought during the War of the Second Coalition, part of the French Revolutionary Wars. Verona is a city on the Adige River in northern Italy.

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Result

At Pastrengo, the French lost 1,000 killed, wounded, and missing out of 22,400 soldiers while inflicting 2,000 killed and wounded on the 11,000 Austrians. In addition, the French captured 1,500 men, 12 guns, two pontoon bridges, and two colors. The Schröder Infantry Regiment Nr. 27 lost particularly serious casualties. At Verona, French losses numbered 1,500 killed and wounded plus 300 men and three guns captured out of a total of 14,500 men. The Austrians counted 1,600 killed and wounded and 1,100 captured out of 16,400 troops. Generals Konrad Valentin von Kaim, Ferdinand Minkwitz, and Anton Lipthay de Kisfalud were wounded. The contest at Legnago cost the French 2,000 killed and wounded and 600 men and 14 guns captured out of 9,500 men. General of Brigade François Felix Vignes was killed. The Austrians lost 700 killed and wounded and 100 captured out of 14,000 soldiers.[2] Lipthay never recovered from his wounds and died on 17 February 1800 at Padua.[3]

References

  1. ^ Ramsay Weston Phipps, The Armies of the First French Republic and the Rise of the Marshals of Napoleon I, 5 vols., London, 1926–1939, 5:257
  2. ^ Smith (1998), 149-150
  3. ^ Smith & Kudrna, Anton Lipthay

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