Warfare in December

Zlatitsa  1443  Turkish-Hungarian Wars (Long Campaign)

The Christian army of King Ladislas IV of Hungary and General Janos Hunyadi advanced across the Balkans after victory in Serbia and once again met KasimBey, Governor of Rumelia, now escaped from capture at Nish. Battle at Zlatitsa (Izladi), west of Sofia, saw the Christians halted and in deepest winter they turned for home, harried at Melshtitsa and Kunovica (12 December 1443).

 

 

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