Battle of Gammelsdorf

Battle of Gamelsdorf
The Battle of Gammelsdorf (Schlacht von Gammelsdorf) circled around the question of who would execute tutelage over the minor children of the late Lower Bavarian Dukes, thus also commanding the tremendous economic power of that region.wikipedia
21 Related Articles

Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor

Louis IVLouis the BavarianEmperor Louis IV
Their Upper Bavarian cousin, Duke Louis, the later Emperor Louis IV, the Bavarian, as agreements within the several branches of the Bavarian line of the House of Wittelsbach determined and as the burghers of the Lower Bavarian cities wanted to see it done, or Duke Frederick I of Austria, the Fair, also Louis' cousin, both having been raised and educated together in Vienna, as the widows and local aristocracy wished?
On 9 November 1313, Frederick was defeated by Louis in the Battle of Gammelsdorf and had to renounce the tutelage.

Frederick the Fair

Frederick I of AustriaFrederick the HandsomeFrederick I
Their Upper Bavarian cousin, Duke Louis, the later Emperor Louis IV, the Bavarian, as agreements within the several branches of the Bavarian line of the House of Wittelsbach determined and as the burghers of the Lower Bavarian cities wanted to see it done, or Duke Frederick I of Austria, the Fair, also Louis' cousin, both having been raised and educated together in Vienna, as the widows and local aristocracy wished?
Frederick took the occasion to enlarge his reach of power, invaded the Bavarian lands, but was beaten by Louis at the Battle of Gammelsdorf on 9 November 1313, and had to renounce the tutelage.

Gammelsdorf

Circus Gammelsdorf
Finally, the decisive battle for control over those fertile, economically attractive lands was fought at Gammelsdorf on 9 November 1313 between Bavaria and Austria.
It was the site of the 1313 Battle of Gammelsdorf.

Bavaria-Landshut

Duchy of Bavaria-LandshutBayern-LandshutLandshut
The Battle of Gammelsdorf (Schlacht von Gammelsdorf) circled around the question of who would execute tutelage over the minor children of the late Lower Bavarian Dukes, thus also commanding the tremendous economic power of that region.

Bavaria-Munich

Duchy of Bavaria-MunichCourt of Bavaria-MunichUpper Bavarian
Their Upper Bavarian cousin, Duke Louis, the later Emperor Louis IV, the Bavarian, as agreements within the several branches of the Bavarian line of the House of Wittelsbach determined and as the burghers of the Lower Bavarian cities wanted to see it done, or Duke Frederick I of Austria, the Fair, also Louis' cousin, both having been raised and educated together in Vienna, as the widows and local aristocracy wished?

House of Wittelsbach

WittelsbachWittelsbach dynastyWittelsbachs
Their Upper Bavarian cousin, Duke Louis, the later Emperor Louis IV, the Bavarian, as agreements within the several branches of the Bavarian line of the House of Wittelsbach determined and as the burghers of the Lower Bavarian cities wanted to see it done, or Duke Frederick I of Austria, the Fair, also Louis' cousin, both having been raised and educated together in Vienna, as the widows and local aristocracy wished?

Archduchy of Austria

AustriaAustrianArchduchess of Austria
Their Upper Bavarian cousin, Duke Louis, the later Emperor Louis IV, the Bavarian, as agreements within the several branches of the Bavarian line of the House of Wittelsbach determined and as the burghers of the Lower Bavarian cities wanted to see it done, or Duke Frederick I of Austria, the Fair, also Louis' cousin, both having been raised and educated together in Vienna, as the widows and local aristocracy wished?

Vienna

Vienna, AustriaWienViennese
Their Upper Bavarian cousin, Duke Louis, the later Emperor Louis IV, the Bavarian, as agreements within the several branches of the Bavarian line of the House of Wittelsbach determined and as the burghers of the Lower Bavarian cities wanted to see it done, or Duke Frederick I of Austria, the Fair, also Louis' cousin, both having been raised and educated together in Vienna, as the widows and local aristocracy wished?

Duchy of Bavaria

BavariaBavarianDukes of Bavaria
Finally, the decisive battle for control over those fertile, economically attractive lands was fought at Gammelsdorf on 9 November 1313 between Bavaria and Austria.

Lower Bavaria

NiederbayernDuchy of Lower BavariaLower
Frederick was forced to renounce his tutelage over the Lower Bavarian dukes, and maybe even more important for the man from Munich, he had put a halt on Habsburg desires for annexation of parts of Bavaria for a long time.

Munich

Munich, GermanyMünchenMunich, West Germany
Frederick was forced to renounce his tutelage over the Lower Bavarian dukes, and maybe even more important for the man from Munich, he had put a halt on Habsburg desires for annexation of parts of Bavaria for a long time.

House of Habsburg

HabsburgHabsburgsHabsburg dynasty
Frederick was forced to renounce his tutelage over the Lower Bavarian dukes, and maybe even more important for the man from Munich, he had put a halt on Habsburg desires for annexation of parts of Bavaria for a long time.

Ulrich V, Count of Pfannberg

Ulrich V of PfannbergUlrich VUlrich V. of Pfannberg
Count Ulrich was knighted on the battlefield after the Battle of Gammelsdorf and betrothed to Agnes, a sister of Count Ulrich I of Walsee (d.

1313

* November 9 – Battle of Gamelsdorf: Louis the Bavarian defeats his cousin Frederick I of Austria.

November 9

9 November99 noyabr

Rudolf I, Duke of Bavaria

Rudolf IRudolph IRudolf
Much to the annoyance of his brother, Louis was able to defeat his Habsburg rival Frederick the Fair at the Battle of Gammelsdorf on 9 November.

Matilda of Habsburg

MatildaMatilda of AustriaMatilda, Duchess of Bavaria
On 9 November 1313, Frederick was beaten by Louis in the Battle of Gamelsdorf and had to renounce the tutelage.