Prussia fought Austria and her allies from 14 May to 22 July 1866. For Europe it was the last act in 100-year struggle for supremacy and leadership among the German-speaking states. For world military affairs it was a benchmark in war-planning processes, validating 50 years of invisible development with a startling upset victory. And certifying Moltke as a planning genius of the first order.
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