1701 – Imperialist invasion of Northern Italy – Imperialist OOB March

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Order of battle of the Imperial army assembling in Trentino in March 1701.

The following regiments were on the march by Salzburg, Reichenhall, Weidring, Wörgl, Inssbruck and then by the Brenner Pass to Rovereto:

The following infantry regiment was on the march from Bohemia by Freistadt, Linz, Salzburg, Reichenhall, Weidring, Wörgl, Inssbruck and then by the Brenner Pass to Rovereto:

The Artillery and the supply train were on the march from Ofen, Komorn, Raab and Vienna by Vienna through the Inn Valley to Kufstein, Inssbruck, Branzoll (present-day Bronzolo) and Botzen (present-day Bolzano) to Rovereto.

The following regiments were on the march by Krumau, Holitz, Pailstein, Wegschaid, Griesbach, Passau through the Electorate of Bavaria to Kufstein and Inssbruck and then to Rovereto:

The following regiments were on the march through Carinthia by Linz and Botzen (present-day Bolzano) to Rovereto:

The following regiments were on the march from Austria by Lindau, Reutte, Landeck, Finstermünz and Botzen (present-day Bolzano) to Rovereto:

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. 144