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

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Description

Order of battle of the Imperial Army on 15 June 1703

Commander-in-Chief: FZM Guido Count von Starhemberg

Summary: 18 Imperial infantry rgts (24,415 men), 3 Danish infantry rgts (1,807 men men), 16 Imperial cavalry rgts (12,068 men among which 8,403 had no horse), 1 Danish cavalry rgt (472 men among which 468 had no horse)

Imperial Infantry (18 rgts for a total of 24,415 men)

Note: the following Hajduck and Croatian units are no more mentions (they were present earlier the same year)

  • Hajduck Infantry
    • Andrassy Infantry (10 coys of 200 each) which were now in South Tirol
    • Batthyanyi Infantry (10 coys of 200 each) which were now in South Tirol
    • Babocsay Infantry (10 coys of 200 each)
  • Croatian Infantry
    • Mallenich Infantry (2 bns) which are specifically mentioned in the relation of the campaign

Others

  • Frei-Compagnie de Guethem (51 men, including 9 detached, sick or absent)
  • Irish (4 coys for a total of 87 men)

Danish Infantry (3 rgts for a total of 1,807) since March 1703 the infantry of the Danish contingent in Austrian pay was reorganized along Austrian lines

  • 1st Danske (Gyldenløve) (former Dronningen and Prins Georg) (608 men, including 139 detached, sick or absent)
  • 2nd Danske (Haxthausen) (former Prins Christian and Prins Carl) (555 men, including 108 detached, sick or absent)
  • 3rd Danske (Boyneburg) (former Sjælland and Jyske) (644 men, including 145 detached, sick or absent)

Imperial Cavalry (16 rgts for a total of 12,068 men among which 8,403 had no horse)

  • Jung-Hessen-Darmstadt Cuirassiers (740 men and 138 horses, including 178 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Lothringen Cuirassiers (758 men and 120 horses, including 175 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Pfalz-Neuburg Cuirassiers (820 men and 135 horses, including 125 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Corbelli Cuirassiers (753 men and 272 horses, including 167 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Vaudémont Cuirassiers (811 men and 258 horses, including 180 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Pálffy Cuirassiers (784 men and 180 horses, including 112 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Falkenstein Cuirassiers (801 men and 138 horses, including 90 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Visconti Cuirassiers (742 men and 188 horses, including 96 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Taaffe Cuirassiers (12 coys for a total of 669 men and 143 horses, including 143 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Serényi Dragoons (800 men and 285 horses, including 255 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Savoyen Dragoons (755 men and 218 horses, including 227 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Herbeville Dragoons (791 men and 231 horses, including 159 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Trautmansdorf Dragoons (788 men and 235 horses, including 111 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Vaubonne Dragoons (785 men and 193 horses, including 133 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Deák Hussars (10 coys for a total of 859 men and 776 horses, including 17 men detached, sick or absent)
  • Ebergényi Hussars (10 coys for a total of 462 men and 205 horses, including 101 men detached, sick or absent)

Danish Cavalry (1 rgt for a total of 472 men among which 468 had no horse, including 166 detached, sick or absent)

  • Danish Dragoons ( former Rodstens Dragoons and Joels Dragoons)

Artillery

  • Staff (17 men)
  • Artillerymen (350 men, including workers)
  • Train (382 men and 538 horses)
  • Miners (30 men)
  • Field-Artillery (no information)
  • Heavy Artillery (no information)

References

Abtheilung für Kriegsgeschichte des k. k. Kriegs-Archives: Feldzüge des Prinzen Eugen von Savoyen, Series 1, Vol. 5, Vienna 1877, Anhang 12a, 12b