Austrian Frontier Troops, 1740-98  - Hollins, David

Austrian Frontier Troops, 1740-98

David Hollins

Yayınevi: Osprey Military

Yayın tarihi: 09/2005

ISBN: 9781841767017

İngilizce | 48 Sayfa |

Tür: Dünya Siyasi Tarihi

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During the War of the Austrian Succession and the Seven Years' War, the Austrian empire's eastern frontiers were guarded against the Turks by a savage and colourful militia. When posted west to join the Austrian field armies as light infantry in conventional campaigns, their exploits were legendary. Notoriously, they captured Frederick the Great's treasure chest at the battle of Hohenfriedburg (1745). The corps included sharpshooters, cavalry scouts, gunners, and crews of armed river boats, all of which are studied here, with attention to uniforms, weaponry and fighting styles. Their colourful costumes - from barbaric Balkan bandit gear to the more formal Austrian Line uniforms - are all described and illustrated.

Table of Contents

Introduction
The First Irregulars - Trenk's Freikorps ravages central Europe - native costumes
The first regulars - regularised Grenz units, 1743-69 - evolution of uniforms by district and unit
The 1769 reforms - numbering of Grenz units in the imperial Line - raising of artillery and sharpshooter units - development of uniforms
Grenzer cavalry - lance-armed hussar regiments 1740-80 - Wallachian Dragoons 1763-71 - Szeckler (11th) Hussars 1762-98
Auxiliary formations - Tschaika river boats - Serezaner scouts
Grenzers at the start of the Napoleonic period

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