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King Frederick the Great and the American Colonies—Mit Complimenten Aweissen

Mit Complimenten Aweissen (put him off with compliments) Arthur Lee, one of the American Commissioners stationed in Paris, was appointed minister to the Prussian Court... The post King Frederick the Great and the American Colonies—<i>Mit Complimenten...

King Frederick the Great and the American Colonies: The Preliminaries

Upon the death of his grandfather on May 31, 1740, Frederick William II of the House of Hohenzollern became the King of Prussia. Over... The post King Frederick the Great and the American Colonies: The Preliminaries appeared first on Journal of the American...

This Week on Dispatches: Jospeh Solis-Mullen on the First Partition of Poland on the Eve of the American Revolution

On this week’s Dispatches, host Brady Crytzer interviews JAR contributor Joseph Solis-Mullen on how the agreement between Austria, Russia, and Prussia to divide Poland... The post This Week on Dispatches: Jospeh Solis-Mullen on the First Partition of...

From the First Partition of Poland to Yorktown

It is generally taken for granted that France was ready to jump into the war between Britain and the rebelling North American colonies on... The post From the First Partition of Poland to Yorktown appeared first on Journal of the American Revolution.

The faith of treaties exemplified

“A huge bull, snorting fire, rushes with lowered head towards a French fort (left) from which cannon-balls descend upon him. Beneath the fort sansculottes on one knee fire at the bull while standing French soldiers, correctly dressed, also fire. On...
From: Recent Antiquarian Acquisitions on 10 Jan 2022

Life of Victor Hugo

A short, anonymously written biography of the famous French writer Victor Hugo, first published in 1888, transcribed by Stephen Basdeo in 2021. Victor in Poesy, Victor in Romance,Cloud-weaver of phantasmal hopes and fears,French of the French, and...

Testing the Narrative of Prussian Decline: The Rhineland Campaign of 1793

This post is a part of the 2020 Selected Papers of the Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, which were edited and compiled by members of the CRE’s board alongside editors at Age of Revolutions. By Ethan Soefje On 14 October 1806, the Prussian...
From: Age of Revolutions on 21 Jan 2021

What Frederick the Great Thought of Washington

The Bicentennial dubbed the time between the Continental Army’s expedition against Trenton on 25 Dec 1776 and the Battle of Princeton on 3 Jan 1777 the “ten crucial days” of the New Jersey campaign. More recently, William L. Kidder wrote...
From: Boston 1775 on 3 Jan 2021

Prussian Horse Artillery

 by Anton HoffmannRead about the Prussian Horse Artillery here at Kronoskaf.
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 16 Nov 2020

Interesting grenadier figure

 A wooden snuffer figure in the shape of the Grenadier Brandenburg Infantry Regiment of Leopold anhalt-Dessaus.Late 17th - early 18th century, height 66 cm. Head and torso serve as separate containers for tobacco, with the cap - the lid for the head,...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 4 Nov 2020

The political blind-buff man, or, The minist-l expediency

“Four men stand on the sea-shore, in back view but looking to the right: the King of Prussia stands between Holland (left) and Pitt (right); he holds Holland by the ear and kicks Pitt behind, saying, “This is the balance of Europe”....
From: Recent Antiquarian Acquisitions on 15 Jan 2019

James Francis Edward Keith

Someone who participated in the early Jacobite Risings fought for the Russians and also fought under Frederick the Great. Killed at HochkirchBelow from the wikiThe Hon. James Francis Edward Keith (11 June 1696 – 14 October 1758) was a Scottish soldier...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 25 May 2018

Hanoverian invasion in Mecklenburg. Action at Walsmuhlen on 5-6 March of 1719

Been reading about Graf von Schwerin and his early career and this battle in 1719 is interesting. 
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 24 May 2018

New label Prussia

Don't know whether you use the labels but I put a lot of early 18thc Prussia posts a new label.
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 24 May 2018

Early 18th century Prussia

Been looking for info on Prussians of the early 18thc and found these images on this blog and from a tip a CD from Robert Hall on Baccus' sitehttps://www.baccus6mm.com/includes/products/publications/spanishsuccession/spanishsuccession_text.inc.php
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 24 May 2018

Campaigns of the Prussian Army 1702-1715

Article here on the Prussians in the early 18thc. Grenadier is from 1715. The Anti-Swedish Coalition's Uniforms in the Battle of StresowStresow 1715 on Deviant art
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 22 May 2018

The Fruits of Summer in the Dead of Winter

Molly Taylor-Poleskey In the seventeenth century, life ebbed and flowed with the seasons. In my research into the court household of Berlin, I noted seasonal shifts in livery, lighting, bedtimes, and, of course, recipes. Even with these seasonal adaptations,...
From: The Recipes Project on 9 May 2017

Tales from the Archives: A New Year’s Recipe from Old Prussia

In September 2016, The Recipes Project celebrated its fourth birthday. We now have over 470 posts in our archives and over 117 pages for readers to sift through. That’s a lot of material! (And thank you so much to our contributors for sharing such...
From: The Recipes Project on 17 Jan 2017

September 18

What was advertised in a colonial newspaper 250 years ago today? Pennsylvania Gazette (September 18, 1766).“Those gentlemen and ladies that incline to take the country air … may depend upon having good usage.” Residents of Philadelphia...
From: The Adverts 250 Project on 18 Sep 2016

On the Road: In Royal Prussia

It’s been quite a while since the last time I posted anything to this blog. This does not mean, however, that I quit my research, abandoned the idea, or decided to change profession. The last few months, apart from a two-week summer break dedicated...
From: Chronologia Universalis on 19 Sep 2015

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