How to use Radetzky in a sentence
Rather like the way of life it celebrates, The Radetzky March hinges on trivia and bathos more than any real grand gesture.
Radetzky, the Austrian Northern Italy aflame commander-in-chief, proclaimed martial law.
Preferring the loss of Milan to a possible annihilation of the army, Radetzky fell back upon Verona.
In truth, the fate of the Austrian empire now rested on the aged shoulders of Radetzky.
Fearing another reversal of his orders, Radetzky forthwith Radetzky firm threw his army into Venetia.
Radetzky instantly threw himself on the weakly Custozza guarded centre of the long Sardinian line.
British Dictionary definitions for Radetzky
Count Joseph (ˈjoːzɛf). 1766–1858, Austrian field marshal: served in the war against Sardinia (1848–9), winning brilliant victories at Custozza (1848) and Novara (1849): governor of Lombardy-Venetia in N Italy (1849-57)
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