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Battle of Deutschbrod
Part of the Hussite Wars
Date 10 January 1422
Location Deutschbrod (Havlíčkův Brod)
Result Hussite victory
Belligerents
Hussites Catholics
Commanders
Jan Žižka Unknown
Strength
12 war wagons with 400 infantry 2,000-2,500 cavalry
Casualties and losses
Unknown 500

The Battle of Deutschbrod[1] or Německý Brod took place on January 10, 1422, in Deutschbrod (Německý Brod, now Havlíčkův Brod), Bohemia, during the Hussite Wars. Led by Jan Žižka, the Hussites besieged 2,000 Royalist crusaders. The Roman Catholic crusaders were no match for the Hussites and Deutschbrod was quickly taken and sacked. A Royalist arsenal and supply train, numbering some 500 wagons, was captured, one of the largest amounts of loot that the Hussites would take throughout the whole war.

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Battle of Deutschbrod
Part of the Hussite Wars
Date 10 January 1422
Location Deutschbrod (Havlíčkův Brod)
Result Hussite victory
Belligerents
Hussites Catholics
Commanders and leaders
Jan Žižka Unknown
Strength
12 war wagons with 400 infantry 2,000-2,500 cavalry
Casualties and losses
Unknown 500

The Battle of Deutschbrod[1] or Německý Brod took place on January 10, 1422, in Deutschbrod (Německý Brod, now Havlíčkův Brod), Bohemia, during the Hussite Wars. Led by Jan Žižka, the Hussites besieged 2,000 Royalist crusaders. The Roman Catholic crusaders were no match for the Hussites and Deutschbrod was quickly taken and sacked. A Royalist arsenal and supply train, numbering some 500 wagons, was captured, one of the largest amounts of loot that the Hussites would take throughout the whole war.

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