Austrian Auxiliary Troops 1792–1816, Men at Arms No 299, Osprey Publishing
- Κατασκευαστής: Osprey (Men at Arms)
- Κωδικός Προϊόντος: D08211 
- Διαθεσιμότητα: Εξαντλημένο
- Ημ/νια προσθήκης: 09/08/2014
To support her regular troops, Austria made extensive use of auxiliary forces during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. The Balkan Grenzers performed a mix of Military Frontier guard, field army and light roles, and were separated into the National Grenz regiments in 1798. French émigrés, Belgian and Polish volunteers, German Jäger and Balkan refugees formed volunteer units in the 1790s, which were mostly regularised into Light Battalions (1798-1801).The militia garrison troops of 1800 were developed into the conscript Landwehr of 1808, although volunteers (Freiwillige) joined the field army in 1809. Hungary and Croatia provided traditional Insurrection militias that fought at Raab in 1809. This title examines the different histories, organisation and colourful uniforms of these multi-national troops.
Περιεχόμενα: Introduction · The Grenzers · The Freikorps · Cavalry · The Landwehr · The Insurrections · The Plates
Συγγραφέας: Dave Hollins
Εικονογράφηση: Bill Younghusband
Έκδοση: Osprey Publishing (1996)
Περιγραφή: Σελ. 48, μαλακό εξώφυλλο, 248 Χ 185 mm.
Βάρος κατά την αποστολή: 320 gr