Karl Joseph Hadik von Futak
|Karl Joseph Hadik von Futak|
Portrait of Károly József Hadik de Futak around 1796.
28 October 1756|
Lőcse, Kingdom of Hungary
|Died||24 July 1800
|Years of service||1766-1800|
|Battles/wars||War of the Bavarian Succession,
Austro-Turkish War (1787–1791),
French Revolutionary Wars
|Awards||Military Order of Maria Theresa (Commander's Cross)|
|Relations||Son of András Hadik|
Karl Joseph Graf Hadik von Futak (28 October 1756 in Lőcse – 24 July 1800 in Alessandria) was an Austrian cavalry soldier and commander of Hungarian origin during the War of the Bavarian Succession, Austro-Turkish War (1787–1791), and French Revolutionary Wars. He was mortally wounded at Marengo, where he commanded the center column.
- Article in Constantin von Wurzbach: Biographisches Lexikon des Kaiserthums Oesterreich, Bd. 7, S. 170f., Wien 1861.
- David Hollins, Marengo 1800: Napoleon’s Day of Fate. Oxford 2000
- Digby Smith, Charge: Great Cavalry Charges of Napoleonic Wars. London 2003
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