Hans scratches, Mühldorf
If you put it in the language of sport, it can be said that the game between Austria and Bavaria was a draw for a long time. After the death of Emperor Heinrich VII in 1313, a dispute broke out between Ludwig the Bavarian and Frederick the Handsome. They constantly fought each other without winning decisive victories. Exactly 700 years ago, on September 28, 1322, Friedrich and Ludwig, each with thousands of fighters, advanced on each other in the north-east of Mühldorf. The battle, which is considered the last great battle of knights on German soil, dragged on for several hours, claimed a lot of dead and ultimately saw the tactically cleverer Ludwig as the winner.