Battle of Kressenbrunn

Battle of Kressenbrunn

Infobox Military Conflict
conflict=Battle of Kressenbrunn
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caption=Battle of Kressenbrunn in Chronica Hungarorum
date=1260
place=near Kressenbrunn
result=Bohemian victory
combatant1=Bohemia
combatant2=Hungary
commander1=Premysl Ottokar II
commander2=Bela IV
strength1=
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The Battle of Kressenbrunn was fought in July of 1260 between Bohemia and Hungary for the possession of Austria and Styria. The Bohemian force was led by Premysl Ottokar II while the Hungarians were led by Bela IV.

Ottokar's army consists Czech, German, Polish, Carinthian, Styrian and Moravian forces. Bela's army consists Hungarian, Cuman, Russian, Polish, Bulgarian, Wallachian, Ukrainian (Galician), Bosnian, Serbien, Pecheneg and Szekler contingents.

The Bohemian force was victorious.


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