I'm unable to find a source for this at the moment, but apparently, King Wilhelm I of Prussia, Otto von Bismarck, and Helmuth von Moltke were standing on a hilltop as they observed the battle at Königgrätz. When they discovered their position was in range of Austrian artillery as shells began falling around them, they remembered their importance and quickly left. But what if a lucky Austrian shot manages to kill all three? How will the NDB manage without the Prussian head of state, the architect of their policy, and the architect of the Prussian army? Are the Austrians able to pull out a victory at Königgrätz, and perhaps even the war?