Ferenc Tóth

Ferenc Tóth
Hungarian Academy of Sciences | HAS · Institute of History

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This paper analyzes the military thought of Duke Charles V of Lorraine (1643-1690) and its sources. He was one of the greatest captains of the 17th cen- tury, he fought the French and Ottoman armies on both fronts of the Habsburg Monarchy and achieved considerable victories. The majority of the sources of his campaigns are conserved in Vienna in th...
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RÉSUMÉ : Durant la campagne en 1664, Louis XIV envoya une armée auxiliaire de 6000 hommes et plusieurs jeunes nobles volontaires en Hongrie à la demande de l’empereur Léopold Ier. Le commandant de l’armée française était le comte Jean de Coligny-Saligny. Cette force se joignit à l’armée principale sous la direction de Raimondo Montecuccoli à Saint-...
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La personne du duc Charles V de Lorraine est étroitement liée à l'histoire de la Hongrie moderne, en particulier à cause de son rôle joué dans la reprise de la ville de Bude (1686) et dans la reconquête du pays sur les Turcs. Le but de notre étude est d'expliquer le rôle joué par Charles V dans la reconquête de la Hongrie ainsi que dans la formatio...
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THE INTERNATIONAL BACKGROUND OF THE OTTOMAN WAR IN HUNGARY, 1547–1556 This study was born from the common thinking of several professionals. As experts specialized in certain areas, authors have long been concerned with the challenge, that the studies about the so-called “Castle Sieges Period” (1550–1552) — as part of the national pantheon — are fo...
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Charles V Leopold, duke of Lorraine (1643-1690) military and political career was strongly attached to the early modern history of Hungary, because of his important role played as commander in chief during the Great Turkish War of 1683-1699. The aim of this study is to explain the role played by Charles V of Lorraine in the reconquest of Hungary an...
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The most recent international conferences1 on the Hungarian War of Independence led by Francis Rákóczi II (1703–11) encouraged more research on one of the most important events in European diplomacy during the War of Spanish Succession. There has indeed been a revival of studies on this topic. The importance of the Hungarian War of Independence was...

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The purpose of the Action is to provide a transnational and interdisciplinary approach capable of overcoming the segmentation that currently characterizes the study of relations between Christianity and Islam in late medieval and early modern Europe and the Mediterranean. Over the last thirty years, some separate geographic and academic areas have been defined in this research field: the Iberian Peninsula, Italy, Central Europe and the Balkans, and Greece and the different islands of the Mediterranean. These different geographical areas have been analysed in isolation and have been further disjointed in a scientific context defined by the separation of disciplines and chronologies. The intention of the Action is to mitigate this academic distortion by creating a common space for scientific exchange and reflection. This space will involve institutions from 26 different European and Mediterranean countries as well as 59 senior and junior researchers coming from different disciplines (history, history of art, philology, anthropology, social sciences, history of the science, politics, etc.). The creation of this network will help to provide a comprehensive understanding of past relations between Christianity and Islam in the European context through the addressing of three main research problems: otherness, migration and borders. Beyond the strictly academic realm, the Action also aims to revive diversity and Euro-Mediterranean relations in education, at a moment when Europe is at a cultural and political crossroads.