It was one of the largest military engagements anywhere in the world during the 17th century.
A larger engagement took place on 29 January 1991.
This inconclusive battle was the largest predominantly cavalry engagement of the war to that time.
The night after the first large engagement saw nine major raids, each forty to fifty miles from the site of the battle.
This was the largest naval engagement of the war.
Throughout the summer, neither army was eager to engage in a large engagement again as both recovered from Gettysburg.
Until 1812 it was undefeated in any large engagements above the regimental level.
In contract law, formality is typically required for large engagements.
It had been the bloodiest and largest all-cavalry engagement of the war.
It was the bloodiest and largest all-cavalry engagement during the war.