The reader knows that the day of Sadowa brought him the insignia of a general.
They would forgive Solferino, to obtain vengeance for Sadowa.
Hungary, sullen and discontented, waited for Austria's calamity as her opportunity, and it came after the battle of Sadowa.
Bismarck rides his tall roan mare “Verada,” rechristened “Sadowa.”
Twice, since I was here before, she has had a terrible humiliation—in 1859 and in 1866—at Solferino and at Sadowa.
There has been gunpowder in the atmosphere we breathe ever since the battle of Sadowa.
Soon after Sadowa the Emperor tried to obtain territorial compensation from Prussia.
There are occasions, such as Sadowa, where a General must play his last card.
A notable case is that of the general who commanded the Austrian armies in the battle of Sadowa.
Bavaria fought, you know, on the wrong side at Sadowa; but the result of the war left her in confederation with Prussia.