Transylvania Wallachia
First posted on August 14th 2004, last revised on October 24th 2005






External Links : Links related to Moldavian Military History

For links on general military history sources, go to History of Warfare Main Page

Romanian Wars 1800-1999, from ACED
Military History Encyclopedia on the Web, Romania Entry
Military Museum of Bucharest Romania Pictures Gallery, posted by Army Recognition Pictures Databse
Summary History of Moldavia, from Eliznik Web Pages
Article Battle of Vaslui, from Wikipedia
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Wars of Moldavia 1324-1512
For a narrative history of Moldavia, click 1350-1512

1324
1353
1359
1388
1394
1420
1467
1475
1476
1485-1489
1497
1509-1510
Hungarian conquest of Region of Moldavia
Establishment and expansion of Hungarin Voyevodina of Moldavia
Secession from Hungary
Conquest of Pocutia
War with Hungary
Ottoman Invasion
Last war with Hungary
Moldavian victory over numerically superior Ottoman forces (Battle of Vaslui)
War over Wallachian throne (Vlad Tepes), with Moldavian and Ottoman Interference
Ottoman Invasions
Polish War with Moldavia, Ottoman Empire
Polish War with Moldavia


Wars of Moldavia 1512-1699
for a narrative History of Moldavia click 1512-1812

1530-1531
1538
1551-1577
1594-1601

1618-1621
1625-1627
1650
1653
1657-1662
1683-1699
Polish War with Moldavia
Ottoman-Tatar Invasion
Crimean Tatar Campaigns in Moldavia
Wallachian War against the Ottoman Empire (Voyevod Mihai); in 1599 temporary conquest of Transylvania, in 1600 temporary conquest of Moldavia
Polish-Ottoman War; 1620 Campaign in Moldavia
Crimean Tatars raided Bessarabia
Cossack & Tatar invasion of Moldavia
Revolt of the Moldavian Boyars
Ottoman-Tatar Campaigns in Transylvania
Habsburg-Ottoman War


Wars in/affecting Moldavia 1699-1856
.. for a narrative History of Moldavia click 1512-1812, 1812-1859

1710-1711
1716-1718
1737-1739
1806-1812
1821
1848
1852-1853
1854-1857
Russo-Ottoman War (Charles XII. commanded Ottoman forces)
Habsburg-Ottoman War; Ottomans ceded Oltenia to Austria
Habsburg-Ottoman War; Austria ceded Oltenia back to Ottoman Empire
Russo-Ottoman War; Danube Principalities temporarily occupied by Russians; Bessarabia annexed by Russia
Phanariot Rebellion against Ottoman Rule
Moldavian Revolt
Russian occupation of Danube Principalities (Crimean War)
Austrian Occupation of Danube Principalities (Crimean War)


for later history, see Wars of Romania









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