Karl von Urban
During the Italian Campaign of 1859, von Urban was ordered to check Garibaldis Alpine Hunters on the Austrian right flank. Due to the Franco-Sardinian advance after Magenta and the defeats at Varese and San Fermo, von Urban retreated to the Mincio. After Solferino, von Urban was appointed supreme commander over Verona.
Karl von Urban committed suicide on 1 January 1877 in Brno.
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