First Battle of Dego

First Battle of Dego
Part of the French Revolutionary War
Date21 September 1794
LocationDego, present-day Italy
Result French victory
France First French Republic Habsburg Monarchy Habsburg Austria
 Kingdom of Sardinia
Commanders and leaders
André Masséna Olivier, Count of Wallis
18,000 c. 8,000
Casualties and losses
80–2,000 200–1,000

The Battle of Dego took place in present-day Italy during the War of the First Coalition between French and Austrian armies on 21 September 1794. It resulted in a French victory.[1] The battle was described in Napoleon's correspondence, having been present.


  1. Smith, p. 92.


Coordinates: 44°27′00″N 8°19′00″E / 44.4500°N 8.3167°E / 44.4500; 8.3167

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