Ferdinand, Graf Bubna von Littitz
Ferdinand, Graf Bubna von Littitz (26 November 1768 – 5 June 1825) was a Field marshal lieutenant (Feldmarschalleutnant) of Imperial Austrian Army during the Napoleonic Wars and also an Austrian Privy Councillor. He held some military commands in the Kingdom of Lombardy and Venetia and led the reprisal of the Italian revolutions in 1820–21.
- Kudrna, Leopold; Smith, Digby (October 2008), Bubna von Littitz, Ferdinand Graf, napoleon-series.org[better source needed]
- Lieber, Francis, ed. (1851), "BUBN", The American encyclopedia of 1851 (Agepedia)
|This biographical article related to the military of Austria is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|