Battle of banja luka

Battle of Banja Luka
Location Banja Luka, Bosnia Eyalet, Ottoman Empire (present-day Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Result Ottoman victory[1]
 Ottoman Empire  Holy Roman Empire
Commanders and leaders
Hekimoğlu Ali Pasha Prince Joseph of Saxe-Hildburghausen[2]
10,000 16,500

The battle of Banja Luka (Turkish: Banaluka Savaşı) was a battle in which the Ottomans, led by Hekimoğlu Ali Pasha, defeated the Holy Roman Empire. It took place on 4 August 1737 near the Bosnian town of Banja Luka.

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Further reading

  • Mustafa Imamović, Osnove upravno-političkog razvitka i državnopravnog položaja Bosne i Hercegovine

External links

  • Austro-Turkish War 1737-9, 21 September 2009

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