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Dettingen 1743

Today's anniversary. New Osprey soon on the subject. Wiki
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 27 Jun 2020

Hohenfriederg 1745

Hohenfriedeberg, Battle of Hohenfriedeberg, Attack of Prussian Infantry, June 4th, 1745 - shown "Potsdam Giants" Grenadier Guards Batallion (1806: No. 6). History Painting by Carl Röchling (1855-1920).Today's anniversary. Wiki
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 4 Jun 2020

British infantry of the 1740s by Pierre Turner

Pierre Turner is the artist from the book British infantry uniforms since 1660 by Michael Barthrop
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 2 Jun 2020

Royal Ecossais

The best French group for the WAS is the Royal Ecossais. They have a Facebook page here
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 25 May 2020

British Grenadiers

David Morier (1705?-70) - Grenadiers, 22nd and 24th Regiments of Foot, and 23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers, 1751Zoomable image hereSee a modern reconstruction of the 23rd uniform here
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 25 May 2020

more War of Austrian Succession grenadiers

DAVID MORIER (1705?-70)Grenadiers, Hungarian Infantry Regiments 'Haller', 'Bethlen' and an Unidentified Infantry Regiment. c. 1747-55
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 24 May 2020

Swiss in Dutch Service

Grenadiers, Infantry Regiments "Hirzel', 'Constant'(?) and 'Stuerler'(?). c. 1748For books on the Dutch army in the War of Austrian Succession and later then these two books will fit the bill.
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 22 May 2020

Saxons in the War of Austrian Succession

This might be a fun army to do. Crann Tara do Saxons, Just saying. This book would be something to get.
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 21 May 2020

The French army of the War of Austrian Succession

Anybody read this? Can't find any reviews. It's a little expensive to speculate on.
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 21 May 2020

Wilhelm Dietrich von Buddenbrock

Commander of the Prussian cavalry at Chotusitz. Had an illustrious career starting as a cornet at 18 at the battle of Fleurus (1690) and fighting in most battles of the WSS . Wiki. Painting shows him 1710-20.
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 17 May 2020

Battle of Chotusitz

Today's anniversary. Wiki .https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Chotusitz
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 17 May 2020

Fontenoy 1745

Today's anniversary - the 275th. WikiThis book looks good if you have an interest in the WAS.
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 11 May 2020

Today's anniversary - Culloden 1746

64th foot and 1st Royals by Ed DoveyWiki
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 16 Apr 2020

Voltaire’s Louis XV, from bien-aimé to mal-aimé

The French victory at Fontenoy in 1745 provided Voltaire, newly appointed historiographe de France, with a welcome opportunity. Present with the French army on 11 May had been Louis XV himself, at his best on campaign and already nicknamed le bien-aimé....
From: Voltaire Foundation on 7 Apr 2020

Louis XV's infantry series of books

If you are interested in the French infantry of this era check out my post on Flintlock and Tomahawk. 
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 5 Feb 2020

Soor 1745

Prussian victory today in 1745. Wiki
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 30 Sep 2019

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