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2017 | 21 | 3 | 7 - 32
Article title

BITKA NA MORAVSKOM POLI 1278

Authors
Title variants
EN
Battle of Marchfeld 1278
Languages of publication
SK
Abstracts
EN
The study is a follow-up to the recently published articles in Vojenská história, which analysed the causes, development and consequences of the Czech-Hungarian wars for the Babenberg heritage. The epilogue of this great Central European conflict from the 2nd half of the 13th century, resulting in the military victories of the Czechs (and defeat of the Hungarians on the other side) and finally in the diplomatic dominance of the Habsburgs, which prevailed over the activities of the Czech king Přemysl Otakar II., represented the final international isolation of the Czech king and the final military conflict, which resulted in the Battle of Marchfeld in 1278, with the Hungarian and Reich units defeating the Czech king. The study continues the topic of war on the Babenberg heritage, in which this Central European focus of the topic against the background of the relationships of the Austrian countries, Czech countries and the Hungarian Crown concentrates on the detailed analysis of sources in terms of participation of the Hungarian noblemen as well as the development of military events. In the Slovak historiography, no sufficient attention was paid to this topic and even if it has been processed in detail abroad, it is beneficial mostly in terms of its orientation on the Hungarian sources, the diplomatic material in particular. The paper is based on a consistent work with the primary sources of both narrative and diplomatic nature, the author has critically researched and put into context. The secondary literature is also largely represented and applied correctly.
Year
Volume
21
Issue
3
Pages
7 - 32
Physical description
Contributors
author
  • Obchodná akadémia, Myslenická 1, 902 01 Pezinok, Slovak Republic
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Publication order reference
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