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The Imperial & Leaguist army in the Battle of Breitenfeld 1631

Recreating the order of battle and deployment Tilly's army at Breitenfeld is a challenge as the sources are not as detailed as those available for the Saxons and Swedes. For example we don't know the strength of many regiments nor their position on the...
From: Kriegsbuch on 24 Nov 2016

The Saxon Army at Breitenfeld 1631

Elector Johann Georg of Saxony was the formal commander of the army but left actual command to Field-marshal Hans Georg von Arnim. The Right Wing: Field-marshal Hans Georg von Arnim and Dietrich von Taube· Hans Georg von Arnim's lifeguard, 2 companies:...
From: Kriegsbuch on 18 Nov 2016

The Swedish Army in the Battle of Breitenfeld 1631

Commander in Chief: Gustav II Adolf The artillery: Colonel of the Artillery Lennart TorstenssonFour 24-pound Demi-CannonEight 12-pound cannonRegimental artillery.Forty-two 3-pond Regimental cannon, each brigade had six regimental cannon attached for artillery...
From: Kriegsbuch on 18 Nov 2016

Vae Victis n°127 : Breitenfeld 1631

Le dernier Vae Victis vient de sortir. Vous y trouverez un article de votre serviteur sur la campagne de Gustave Adolphe jusqu'à la bataille de Breitenfeld. N'hésitez pas à soutenir massivement cette belle revue de la petite maison...
From: De Rohan à Turenne on 30 Apr 2016

Battle of Breitenfeld (1631)

Relation de la bataille de Breitenfeld, selon "Le Soldat Suédois"  (Battle of Breitenfeld according to "The Swedish Intelligencer") "Le Roy de Suède partagea son armée en trois gros, logés séparément, mais...
From: De Rohan à Turenne on 17 Mar 2016

Breitenfeld, 1631

Here is a (short) french account of the battle of Breitenfeld (sadly, only in french language !) : La défaite générale de l’armée de l’Empereur commandée par le général Tilly, par le Roy de...
From: De Rohan à Turenne on 8 Mar 2016

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