1701 – Imperialist invasion of Northern Italy – Imperialist OOB June

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Description

Order of battle of the Imperial army on 6 June 1701, when the main body had passed the Alps.

Corps (3,100 foot, 100 horse) under GFWM Count Guttenstein placed in observation in front of Monte Baldo

Main body (12,000 foot, 4,400 horse) under Prince Eugène de Savoie encamped at San Martino near Verona

Cavalry corps (2,500 horse) under FML Count Pálffy on the Adige near Legnano

Various units (for a total of 3,700 foot, 5,000 horse) still on the move across the Alps

In Rovereto guarding the train and artillery park

The following regiments are not listed in this order of battle and were probably still on the march towards South Tyrol:

Finally a Danish Auxiliary Corps was on the march from Saxony.

References

Abtheilung für Kriegsgeschichte des k. k. Kriegs-Archives: Feldzüge des Prinzen Eugen von Savoyen, Series 1, Vol. 3, Vienna 1876, p. 171-172