Macsó (Mačva) Banovina in 1490
|Kingdom of Serbia|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Stefan Uroš I||
Béla of Macsó
The Mačva War of 1268 was a brief conflict in the Banate of Mačva (or Macsó), in the southern realm of the medieval Kingdom of Hungary. Stefan Uroš I brought an invasion force to Mačva, and did considerable damage to the city until Hungarian reinforcements under Béla IV from the north came to fight off the Serbs. This turned the tide of the conflict, and Stefan Uroš was captured by the Hungarians, and Hungary retained the city, albeit with heavy losses.
References[edit | edit source]
- Fine, John V. A. The Late Medieval Balkans - A Critical Survey from the Late Twelfth Century to the Ottoman Conquest.
- Momčilo Spremić, Despot Đurađ Branković i Mačvanska banovina, Beograd 2005, 92-94.
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