|Battle of Nekmíř|
|Part of the Hussite Wars|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Jan Žižka||Bohuslav of Svamberg|
|war wagons with 300 infantry||2,000 cavalry|
|Casualties and losses|
The raid caught Hussite forces besieging the fortress of Nekmíř.
The Hussite force was able to break through Bohuslav's lines by using artillery (hand guns) mounted on wagons, and effect a retreat.
The results of this conflict were important in demonstrating Jan Žižka's military competence in the minds of the Hussites. The Prague Hussites would later call for Žižka's assistance in defending their town against the crusading Imperial Army, despite having spurned him by acquiescing to the Royalists' demands after the initial Royalist-Hussite conflict in Prague.
- "The Hussite Wars (1419-36)", Stephen Turnbull, Osprey Publishing (ISBN 1-84176-665-8)
- Osprey Hussite Wars book extract
- Hussite Battles and Significant events
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