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  1. The Second Schleswig War ( Danish: Krigen i 1864; German: Deutsch-Dänischer Krieg) also sometimes known as the Dano-Prussian War or Prusso-Danish War was the second military conflict over the Schleswig-Holstein Question of the nineteenth century. The war began on 1 February 1864, when Prussian and Austrian forces crossed the border into Schleswig.

    • 1 February – 30 October 1864, (8 months and 29 days)
    • Austro-Prussian victory, Treaty of Vienna
    • Antecedentes
    • Desarrollo
    • Consecuencias
    • Véase también

    Los precedentes de la guerra de los Ducados los encontramos en 1863, cuando la Confederación Germánica protestó ante el intento del monarca danés, Cristián IX, de incorporar a Dinamarca el ducado de Schleswig, que se encontraba bajo el control oficial de los alemanes. El Protocolo de Londres de 1852 había dispuesto que Schleswig quedara unido al du...

    Las fuerzas austriacas y prusianas invadieron la península de Jutlandia y se inició así la guerra de los Ducados. En diciembre de 1863 las tropas confederadas entraron en Holstein, que fue ocupado casi sin resistencia. El gobierno danés abandonó Holstein y envió al ejército danés a la frontera entre Schleswig y Holstein. La mayor parte de las unida...

    En el primer choque de las armas, desde la reorganización de las fuerzas prusianas, su eficacia resultó clara. Algo que los austriacos ignoraron y les costó 18 meses después la derrota en la Guerra austro-prusiana y que contribuyó a una percepción en los Estados alemanes de que Prusia era el único Estado que podría defender a los otros Estados alem...

    • Decisiva victoria austro-prusiana.
    • 1 de febrero - 30 de octubre de 1864
    • Language Usage Figures
    • Casualty Rates Needs Checking
    • Timeline
    • Reason For Abandoning Holstein
    • Article Style
    • Constitutional Crisis
    • Proseline
    • Title
    • Von Falckenberg
    • Doughnut War?

    Fascinating Article but how do I submit it for clean-up? It really needs it! The last 4 paragraphs could be merged into one, or at least be more concise... :) other than that...? 1. I removed "Queen Victoria had lost Albert, her 42-year-old German husband, in 1861 and she became progressively more pro-German in the forty years as a widow that were ...

    I'm somewhat puzzled by the casualty figures added today. The page quoted mentions Danish losses of almost 3,000 dead, wounded and captured just in the battle of Als (Kampen om øen havde kostet den danske hær næsten 3000 mand i døde, sårede og tilfangetagne.) and a similar figure for the fighting at Dybbøl as almost 5,000 (De danske tab var næsten ...

    Anthony Appleyard, please note that "Schleswig-Holstein" didn't exist yet, only Schleswig and Holstein. I think it is a good idea to use the present tense in the timeline, but there is still some past tense left. Maybe we should move the timeline should be a separate article? Many articles use such a solution so the main article won't be too long. ...

    Removed comment that might have been contemporary but was far from neutral. Denmark followed a decision from the German Confederation of which Holstein was a member. 16:01, 21 January 2007 User:Val...

    The prose of the war's proceedings is difficult to follow in its current state, as it is a mix of timeline and paragraph form (compare to Crimean War, for instance). The detailed timeline could possibly be moved to Timeline of the Second War of Schleswig, although that would probably be a content fork. If the battles are important enough to describ...

    I notice that this section has been made very short. Maybe some of these details I added in November may be re-added to the article? The adoption of the Constitution of Denmark in 1849 complicated matters further as many Danes wished for the new democratic constitution to apply for all Danes, including in the Danes in Schleswig. The constitutions o...

    Someone added this query to sections First War of Schleswig#Events and Second War of Schleswig#Events. This query seems to refer to its format, which is timeline with interspersed longer entries. I have seen several ancient and modern chronicles written like this, and they are adequately clear to read. The only way to satisfy this demand would seem...

    Any objections to renaming the page to Second Schleswig War? That phrasing is used by more recently published texts than "Second War of Schleswig". Olessi20:05, 1 April 2007 (UTC) 1. Move completed. Olessi17:11, 13 April 2007 (UTC)

    Does anyone know the full name of "von Falckenberg" who reached Skagen? de:Eduard Vogel von Falckenstein was one of the leaders of the Prussian army during the war; is it possible Falckenstein is referred to instead? Olessi17:21, 13 April 2007 (UTC) 1. You're on the right track. According to this page it must be the same person. Valentinian T / C17...

    I've also heard this referred to as the "Doughnut War" (Bismarck vs. Danish). I wasn't sure if that would be too informal to add to the list of alternate names at the beginning of the article and/or make some redirects for people like me who know it by this name. —bse3 (talk • contribs • count • logs)04:05, 6 March 2008 (UTC) 1. Huhh?? Where do dou...

    • Overview
    • Background
    • Constitutional crisis

    The Second Schleswig War (Danish language: 2. Slesvigske Krig Denmark fought Prussia and Austria. Like the First Schleswig War (1848–51), it was fought for control of the duchies because of succession disputes concerning the duchies of Holstein and Lauenburg when the Danish king died without an heir acceptable to the German Confederation. Decisive ...

    The movement from Denmark of the large German majority in Holstein and southern Schleswig was suppressed in the First Schleswig War (1848–51), but the movement continued throughout the 1850s and 1860s, as Denmark attempted to integrate the Duchy of Schleswig into the Danish kingdom and proponents of German unification expressed the wish to include ...

    The adoption of the Constitution of Denmark in 1849 complicated matters further, as many Danes wished for the new democratic constitution to apply for all Danes, including those in Schleswig. The constitutions of Holstein and Schleswig were dominated by the Estates system, giving more power to the most affluent members of society, with the result t...

  2. This category contains historical battles fought as part of the Second Schleswig War ( 1864 – 1864 ). Please see the category guidelines for more information. Subcategories This category has only the following subcategory. * Naval battles of the Second Schleswig War ‎ (2 P) Pages in category "Battles of the Second Schleswig War"