1703 – Campaign in Northern Italy – Imperialist OOB Lombardy January 1703

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Description

Order of battle of the Imperial army of Prince Eugène de Savoie in Lombardy in January 1703.

Commander-in-Chief: FZM Guido Count Starhemberg (interim commander during the absence of Prince Eugène de Savoie) with headquarters in Revere

Summary: 18 infantry rgts, 16 cavalry rgts, 1 free coy, 3 Danish infantry rgst, 1 Danish dragoon rgt for a total of 22,016 foot and 11,300 horse (including 6,288 men without horses) with 68 cannon and 6 falconets.

In Ostiglia

Commander: FML Prince Philipp Liechtenstein

Infantry

In Serravalle, Ponte del Molino, Villimpenta, Bonferraro, Gazzo and Boneanoca

Commander: G.d.C. Count Trautmannsdorf

Infantry

Cavalry

In Revere, Bonizzo, Borgofranco, Pieve, Quingentole, Schvenoglia, Sabbioncello, Magnacavallo and Poggio

Commander: G.d.C. Prince Thomas Vaudémont

Infantry

N.B.: plus an unidentified part of the Danish contingent

Cavalry

Artillery

In Carbonara, Carbonarola, and Moglia

Commander: General-Feldwachtmeister Count Sereni

Cavalry

On the right bank of the Secchia and in Quistello, Gabbiana and Gaidella

Commander: General-Feldwachtmeister Count Scipio Bagni

Infantry

Cavalry

On the middle-Secchia and in Concordia and Mirandola

Commander: General-Feldwachtmeister Count Uhlefeld

Infantry

N.B.: plus an unidentified part of the Danish contingent and 300 foot on the left bank of the Secchia in Bondanello

Cavalry

In Finale di Modena and San Felice

Commander: General-Feldwachtmeister Marquis Visconti

Infantry

Cavalry

In Brescello

Commander: Lieutenant-Colonel de Wendt

2,235 foot and 111 horse detached from their parent regiments.

On the frontier of South Tyrol

Infantry

  • Alt-Daun Infantry (5 coys)

References

Abtheilung für Kriegsgeschichte des k. k. Kriegs-Archives: Feldzüge des Prinzen Eugen von Savoyen, Series 1, Vol. 5, Vienna 1878, pp. 137-138