1702 – Campaign in Northern Italy – Imperialist OOB mid-November

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Description

Commander-in-Chief: Prince Eugène de Savoie

On the left bank of the Po under the command of G.d.C. Count Trautmannsdorf, in Ponte del Molino, Villimpenta, Roncoferraro, Governolo, Ostiglia

In the region of Revere under the command of the Danish General von Guldenlöwe, in Bonizzo, Borgofranco, Revere, Pieve, Quingentole, Schivenoglia, Sabbioncello, Magnacavalle and Poggio

In Carbonalora, Carbonara (where the headquarters had been established) Moglia

In the region of Quistello under the command of GWM Count Bagni, in Quistello, Gabbiana and Gaidella

In Mirandola and Concordia under GWM Count Uhlefeld

On the left wing of the cantonments under GWM Marquis Visconti, in Finale di Modena und San Felice

The garrison of Brescellon (2,030 men) consisted of detachments from several regiments

Magazines were located at Castellaro, to the north-west of Villimpenta on the road between Mantua and Nogara; and at Governolo, on the left bank of the Po; at Sermide, Quistello, Mirandola and Finale di Modena. The main magazine of the army was at Ostiglia.

References

Abtheilung für Kriegsgeschichte des k. k. Kriegs-Archives: Feldzüge des Prinzen Eugen von Savoyen, Series 1, Vol. 4, Vienna 1877, pp. 381-382