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  EUGENE OF SAVOY - LoveToKnow Article on EUGENE OF SAVOY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
By means of a stratagem, however, Eugene penetrated into the city during the night, at the head of 2000 men, and, though he found it impossible to hold the town, succeeded in carrying off Villeroi as a prisoner.
Prince Eugene, having now attained his seventy-first year, no longer possessed the vigour and activity necessary for a general in the field, and he welcomed the peace which was concluded on the 3rd of October 1735.
Prince Eugene was a man of the middle size, but, upon the whole, well made; the cast of his visage was somewhat long, his mouth mOderate and almost always open; his eyes were fl and animated, and his complexion such as became a warrior.
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Eugene of Savoy 1663–1736, prince of the house of Savoy, general in the service of the Holy Roman Empire.
Born in Paris, he was the son of EugEne, comte de Soissons of the line of Savoy-Carignano, and Olympe Mancini, niece of Cardinal Mazarin.
Eugene was made governor of the Austrian Netherlands (1715) and later imperial vicar in Italy.
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 Eugene of Savoy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Born in Paris, and a prince of the House of Savoy, Eugene was the son of the Comte de Soissons, a French nobleman.
Eugene was rebuffed from a commission in the French army and, frustrated, joined the Austrian army as an officer in 1683.
Eugene was made governor of this area, then later became vicar of the Austrian lands in Italy.
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Combatants England Austria United Provinces, Allies France Bavaria Commanders Duke of Marlborough Eugene of Savoy Camille de Tallard Maximilian II Emanuel Strength 52,000 60,000 Casualties 12,000 dead or wounded 15,000 dead or wounded 15,000 captured The Battle of Blenheim was a major battle of the...
Upper Belvedere Lower Belvedere The Belvedere is a baroque palace complex built by Prince Eugene of Savoy in the 3rd district of Vienna, south-eastern from the citys center.
Prince Eugene was a man of the middle size, but, upon the whole, well made; the cast of his visage was somewhat long, his mouth mOderate and almost always open; his eyes were fl and animated, and his complexion such as became a warrior.
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 Eugene of Savoy. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
1663–1736, prince of the house of Savoy, general in the service of the Holy Roman Empire.
Born in Paris, he was the son of Eugène, comte de Soissons of the line of Savoy-Carignano, and Olympe Mancini, niece of Cardinal Mazarin.
Returning to Italy, Eugene fought (1705) an inconclusive battle at Cassano against his cousin, Louis Joseph de Vendôme.
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EUGENE OF SAVOY AND THE SIEGE OF VIENNA
Eugene´s dream of becoming a great general like his father was shattered.
Based on the life of Prince Eugene of Savoy, "Jihad" is the story of a turning point in world history.
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1663-1736, prince of the house of Savoy, general in the service of the Holy Roman Empire.
He was the principal imperial commander in the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-14; see Spanish Succession, War of the).
Savoy demands ruled out Ally's West End debut; londoner's diary.
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 Eugene Of Savoy --  Encyclopædia Britannica
French in full François-eugène, Prince De Savoie-carignan, German Franz Eugen, Prinz Von Savoyen-carignan field marshal and statesman of the Carignan line of the House of Savoy, who, in the service of the Austrian Holy Roman emperor, made his name as one of the greatest soldiers of his generation.
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(July 11, 1708), victory over the French won by the Duke of Marlborough and Prince Eugene of Savoy during the War of the Spanish Succession; it eventually led to the Allied (Anglo-Dutch-Austrian) recapture of Ghent and Bruges, which had been captured by the French on July 4–5.
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Worn out by the exertions of an active career, Eugene died in 1736.
field marshal and statesman of the Carignan line of the House of Savoy, who, in the service of the Austrian Holy Roman emperor, made his name as one of the greatest soldiers of his generation.
historic and cultural region encompassing the southeastern French départements of Haute-Savoie and Savoie and coextensive with the historic region of Savoy.
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Eugene Henry (L) and Jeff Savoy (L) walk (Agence France Presse)
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 Eugene of Savoy
Born in Paris, he was the son of Eugène, comte de Soissons of the line of Savoy-Carignano, and Olympe Mancini, niece of Cardinal
In N Italy, Eugene was victorious over the French forces under Nicolas
Returning to Italy, Eugene fought (1705) an inconclusive battle at Cassano against his cousin, Louis Joseph de
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The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition: Eugene of Savoy @ HighBeam Research
EUGENE OF SAVOY [Eugene of Savoy] 1663-1736, prince of the house of Savoy, general in the service of the Holy Roman Empire.
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Printed in 1736, this piece of work records the military history of Prince Eugene (as recorded by his official historian at the time) and also that of Duke of Marlborough.
In this web presentation, I have recorded only those pages that deal with Prince Eugene during the War of the Spanish Succession.
This will be an index page - still under construction
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