Battle of Giurgiu

The Battle of Giurgiu took place on 27–30 October 1595.[6] It was part of the Long Turkish War (1591/1593–1606), a border conflict between the Habsburg monarchy and the Ottoman Empire over Balkan territories.[7]

Battle of Giurgiu
Part of the Long Turkish War
Batalia de la Giurgiu.jpg
The battle as depicted by Theodor Aman
Date27–30 October 1595
Location
Result Christian victory
Belligerents
Transylvania Transylvania
Wallachia Wallachia
Moldavia Moldavia
Holy Roman Empire Holy Roman Empire
Flag of the Ottoman Empire (1453-1844).svg Ottoman Empire
Commanders and leaders
Stephen Bocskay
Michael the Brave
Sigismund Báthory
Ștefan Răzvan
Sinan Pasha
Strength

50,000-51,000[citation needed]

c. 40,000 (October 1595)
Casualties and losses
Unknown, thousands 3,000 killed, 2 ships sunk

ReferencesEdit

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  4. ^ Giurescu, C.C.; Giurescu, D.C. (1976). Istoria Românilor: De la mijlocul secolului al XIV-lea pînă la începutul secolului al XVII lea. Editura științifică. Retrieved 26 November 2014.
  5. ^ "Panaitescu-Mihai_Viteazul". scribd.com. Retrieved 23 May 2015.
  6. ^ George Marcu (coord.), Enciclopedia bătăliilor din istoria românilor, Editura Meronia, București, 2011
  7. ^ Cathal J. Nolan (2006). The age of wars of religion, 1000–1650: an encyclopedia of global warfare and civilization. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 846. Retrieved 23 March 2012.