Battle of Engen

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Battle of Engen
Part of the campaigns of 1800 in the War of the Second Coalition
Date3 May 1800
Location
Engen, present-day Germany
Result French victory.
Belligerents
France First French Republic Holy Roman Empire Habsburg Monarchy
Commanders and leaders
General Jean Victor Marie Moreau General Pál Kray

The Battle of Engen was fought between France and the Habsburg Monarchy on 3 May 1800 as a part of the 1800 campaigns of the French Revolutionary Wars. It resulted in a French victory under General Jean Victor Marie Moreau against the Imperial Army under General Kray.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Details on Engen and Stockach. Clash-of-steel.org. Accessed March 24, 2012.

Coordinates: 47°51′10″N 8°46′17″E / 47.8528°N 8.7714°E / 47.8528; 8.7714