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by Darko Pavlovic,Vladimir Brnardic

Download Imperial Armies of the Thirty Years’ War (2): Cavalry (Men-at-Arms) eBook
ISBN:
1846039975
Author:
Darko Pavlovic,Vladimir Brnardic
Category:
Europe
Language:
English
Publisher:
Osprey Publishing; First Edition edition (November 23, 2010)
Pages:
48 pages
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1917 kb
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Horses Prior to the Thirty Years' War, cavalrymen were usually under a feudal obligation to provide their own horse and equipment.

First published in Great Britain in 2010 by Osprey Publishing Midland House, West Way, Botley, Oxford 0X2 OPH, UK 44-02 23rd St, Suite 219, Long Island City, NY 11101, USA E-mail: infoeypublishing. RECRUITMENT At the beginning of the period, Imperial cavalry was mainly raised from three sections of society. Horses Prior to the Thirty Years' War, cavalrymen were usually under a feudal obligation to provide their own horse and equipment.

This book has the total package. More color plates than most Osprey Men at Arms books

This book has the total package. Considering this was a time before uniforms as we know them were worn, they focus on tactics, organization, equipment and standards. More color plates than most Osprey Men at Arms books. Especially good as cavalry changed over the span of the Thirty Years War. Well written by the same author of the infantry book.

Vladimir Brnardic, Darko Pavlovic. This history of the Catholic armies of the Habsburg Empire that fought in the Thirty Years' War explores the role of cavalry during the last major religious war in mainland Europe, which saw the end of the large mercenary forces and the beginnings of the well-disciplined national army.

Men-at-Arms 462. Author: Vladimir Brnardic. Illustrator: Darko Pavlovic.

Vladimir Brnardic, Darko Pavlovic, Imperial Armies of the Thirty Years' War, 1: Infantry and Artillery (2009). William Coxe, History of the House of Austria, vol. 1, part 2 (1807), p. 1040: "Oct. 1681: This heterogeneous mixture was now avoided by assembling the troops according to vicinity of territory, and apportioning the contingents on the respective circles. By this system, arrangements were made for forming an army of 28,000 infantry and 12,000 cavalry, which could be raised to 80,000 or even 120,000 men by merely doubling or tripling the contingents.

Osprey Men-at-Arms - 1500 - 1800 . Vladimir Brnardic, Darko Pavlovic (Illustrator). Published by Osprey Publishing (2010). Imperial Armies of the Thirty Years' War (2) - Cavalry (MINT/New) Manufacturer: Osprey Product Line: Men-at-Arms - 1500 - 1800 . ISBN 10: 1846039975 ISBN 13: 9781846039973.

Vladimir Brnardić, Darko Pavlović (Illustrator)

Vladimir Brnardić, Darko Pavlović (Illustrator). This history of the Catholic armies of the Habsburg Empire that fought in the Thirty Years' War (1618-1648) explores the role of cavalry during the last major religious war in mainland Europe, which saw the end of the large mercenary forces and the beginnings of the well-disciplined national army.

Men-At-Arms (Osprey). Vladimir Brnardic was born in Zagreb in 1973

Men-At-Arms (Osprey). By (author) Vladimir Brnardic, Illustrated by Darko Pavlovic. Vladimir Brnardic was born in Zagreb in 1973. After graduating from the University of Zagreb with a History degree, he trained as a journalist in the Documentary Program of Croatian Television.

Teil 2: Cavalry - This history of the Catholic armies of the Habsburg Empire that fought in the Thirty Years' War .

Teil 2: Cavalry - This history of the Catholic armies of the Habsburg Empire that fought in the Thirty Years' War (1618 . Brnardic, . Pavlovic, D. (Illustr. Imperial Armies of the Thirty Years' War. Teil 2: Cavalry. English text, paperback, many bw-images, some plates with colour illustrations.

This history of the Catholic armies of the Habsburg Empire that fought in the Thirty Years' War (1618-1648) explores the role of cavalry during the last major religious war in mainland Europe, which saw the end of the large mercenary forces and the beginnings of the well-disciplined national army. This book charts this progression, illustrating and explaining the forces of the key Catholic armies, while exploring the organization, tactics, and colorful uniforms of the cavalry forces as they were expertly wielded by the great captains of the period including Tilly, Condé and Gustavus.
  • Uaha
This book has the total package. Considering this was a time before uniforms as we know them were worn, they focus on tactics, organization, equipment and standards. More color plates than most Osprey Men at Arms books. Especially good as cavalry changed over the span of the Thirty Years War. Well written by the same author of the infantry book.
  • Akelevar
Great information and fantastic artwork.
  • Nekora
This is a well written and well researched book. It holds the reader's attention in a compelling manner. Easy to read work. A must for all military historians, miniature war gamers, reenactors, and uniformologists especially those who are Thirty Years War aficionados. Of general interest to all historians and antiquarians.
  • Uylo
Excellent
  • Brannylv
A good addition to the collection.
  • Naktilar
For all fans of wars, include the Thirty Year's War: i recommend this product. Excelent purchase. Beauty ilustrated and well done.