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Haslach [Jungingen or Albeck]

Battle Name : Haslach [Jungingen or Albeck]

Date(s) : 11 October 1805

Part of : French War of the Third Coalition , Napoleon's Ulm-Austerlitz Campaign. ,

Outcome : An inconclusive engagement between French Forces [Grande Armee] and Austrian Forces

Type of battle : Land


Dupont, commanding the First Division of Ney's VI Corps, was one of the few French formations still on the north bank of the Donau. Moving towards Haslach about noon he came upon a large Austrian formation. The Austrian cavalry overwhelmed the French and took most of his guns [11] and ammunition wagons [18]. Dupont's troops fought desperately, held on inflicting serious casualties on the Austrians, and then after dark retired to Albeck.


A village in southern Germany about 4 miles north-northeast of Ulm. (Germany)

Casualty figures

French Forces [Grande Armee]

Number engaged :

Casualties :
2,400 (31.92%)

Austrian Forces

Number engaged :

Casualties :
4,100 (16.40%)