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L'ESERCITO DEL DUCATO DI MODENA 1819-1859: Volume 2

L'ESERCITO DEL DUCATO DI MODENA 1819-1859: Volume 2
by Cristini, Luca Stefani with illustrations by Quinto Cenni

1-2111315

90 color plates cover the army of the Duchy of Modena 1819-1859.

Since the fall of the Kingdom of Italy, the Duke of Modena, Francesco IV, had failed to arm a small army, but his successor Francis V, on the throne since 1846, did. The small army was closely linked and dependent on body of Austrian occupation in Lombardy-Venetia.

The army acquired a strong esprit de corps and a strong allegiance to the House of Austria-Este. Francis V abandoned Modena on June 11 1859, seven days after the battle of Magenta, as the Austrian army abandoned Lombardy to move under the fortresses of quadrilateral. The army of Francis V disbanded and was renamed Brigata Estense, numbering approximately 3600 men who were the last vestige of his army.

1 vol, 136 pgs 2017 ITALY, SOLDIER SHOP
NEW-pb, available late April 2017 [Italian Text] ......$49.00

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