1868 Bleibtreu Schlacht bei Koeniggraetz anagoria.JPG

Summary[ ]

Artist
Title
The battle of Königgrätz, 3rd July, 1866
Object type painting
Description
Deutsch: Der preußische König Wilhelm I., Bismarck und General Moltke beobachten die größte Umfassungsschlacht der Kriegsgeschichte: Am 3. Juli 1866 standen sich etwa 180.000 Österreicher und 200.000 Preußen gegenüber. 1.500 Geschütze kamen zum Einsatz. Mit dem Sieg der preußischen Armee eröffnete sich der Weg für eine Reichseinigung unter preußischer Führung – ohne Österreich
English: The Prussian King Wilhelm I, Bismarck and General Helmuth von Moltke the Elder observe the largest encirclement in military history: On July 3, 1866, approximately 180,000 Austrians faced 200,000 Prussians. 1,500 guns were used. With the victory of the Prussian army, the way for a unification opened under Prussian leadership - without Austria
Date After 1869
Medium medium QS:P186,Q296955;P186,Q4259259,P518,Q861259
Dimensions Height: 100 cm (39.3 in); Width: 200 cm (78.7 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,100U174728;P2049,200U174728
institution QS:P195,Q688335
Accession number
Gm 94/26
References Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin
Source/Photographer Photograph, Own work Anagoria, Taken in 

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