Nauendorf

Nauendorf is a village and a former municipality in the Saalekreis district, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Since 1 January 2011, it is part of the town Löbejün-Wettin.

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Army Of The Danube - Engagements - Battle of Winterthur
... Baron von Hotze and Friedrich Joseph, Count of Nauendorf on the Swiss Plateau by Zürich ... Friedrich Freiherr von Hotze Friedrich Joseph, Count of Nauendorf Michel Ney, Commanding elements of the Army of the Danube Strength 8,000 7,000 Casualties and losses 1,000 killed, wounded or missing ... succeeded in uniting Hotze's army from the east with Nauendorf's directly north of Zurich, and Archduke Charles' which lay to the north and west, the French would be half encircled at Zurich ...
War Of The Bavarian Succession - Action - First Skirmish
... by Friedrich Joseph, Freiherr (Baron) von Nauendorf, then a mere Rittmeister (Captain of Cavalry), included only 50 Hussars ... Despite the poor numerical odds, Nauendorf and his 50 Hussars sallied out to engage Wunsch's men ... his small force encountered Wunsch's, which was more than triple its size, Nauendorf greeted the Prussians as friends by the time the Prussians were close ...
Dagobert Sigmund Von Wurmser - War of The Bavarian Succession
... Friedrich von Nauendorf, the son of the previous Colonel-Proprietor of the Regiment, was a captain in a village outpost, with about 50 Hussars under his command ... Nauendorf led his 50 Hussars to engage Wunsch's considerably larger force ... realized the allegiance of the Hussars, Nauendorf and his small force had the upper hand, and Wunsch withdrew ...
Szczytna
... In the first, on 7 August, Major Friedrich Joseph, Count of Nauendorf and two squadrons of the Wurmser Hussars, surprised a Prussian convoy, which ... Nauendorf's Hussars also took as prisoners all the officers and 110 men, and captured 476 horses ... negotiated at their differences at Teschen, on 3 March 1779, Nauendorf raided Biebersdorf again with a larger force of infantry and hussars and captured the entire Prussian garrison ...
War Of The Bavarian Succession - Action - Invasion
... A few days after Wunsch's encounter with Nauendorf, Frederick and his 80,000 troops entered Bohemia ... the intrepid "rookie", now Major Nauendorf, led a raid against a Prussian convoy at Bieberdorf in the County of Kladsko ... The surprised convoy surrendered and Nauendorf captured its officers, 110 men, 476 horses, 240 wagons of flour, and 13 transport wagons ...