Battle of Dettingen

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Austrian Succession

MollwitzChotusitzSahayPragueDettingenToulonPfaffenhofenFontenoyMelleHohenfriedbergGhentSoorHennersdorfKesselsdorfBrusselsLorientMadrasRocoux1st FinisterreLauffeldBergen op ZoomVoyage of the Glorioso2nd FinisterreSt. Louis de Sud18 March 1748Maastricht

The Battle of Dettingen (German: Schlacht bei Dettingen) took place on 27 June[12] 1743 at Dettingen in Bavaria during the War of the Austrian Succession. It was the last time that a British monarch, George II, personally led his troops into battle. The British forces, in alliance with those of Hanover and Hesse, defeated a French army under the duc de Noailles although France and Britain had not yet declared war.

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