The Battle of White Mountain – arguably the most decisive battle of the Thirty Years War

On November 8, 1620, a major clash took place outside Prague between the Imperial Army of Emperor Ferdinand II. and those of the Bohemian Revolt. To find out more about the battle’s significance Radio Prague spoke to Peter H. Wilson, Oxford University’s Chichele Professor of the History of War, who is one of the foremost specialists on the Thirty Years War era.