The Austro-Prussian War
Known as the Seven Week War because of the limited time
that troops were in the field and the extremely quick and efficient political and military maneuverings by Bismarck, the circumstances leading up to the Austro-Prussian War
were a culmination of political gambits, military leadership and economic policies. This is a 6 page paper that examines the interests of the three primary participants in that war: Prussia, Italy and Austria as interpreted by Geoffrey Wawro in the book, “The
Austro-Prussian War: Austria's war with Prussia and Italy.” No additional sources cited.