Cossack

Wola and Ochota are Lost, 6-11 August 1944 -Warsaw Rising

AFV Cossack German Units 8 Min Read

Borgward B IV z Panzer-Abteilung 302. Panzerabteilung 302 (Fkl), was a radio-controlled tank battalion that had 24 StuG III assault guns used as control vehicles and about 50 Goliath and B IV remote control demolition vehicles. The Goliath would prove particularly useful in destroying Polish barricades, but there were not enough to go around. Several new weapons, specifically designed for

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Battle Cossack France Russia 22 Min Read

Battle of Friedland, the decisive battle of the campaign of 1807.

Napoleon Watching The Battle Of Friedland 1807 A major engagement between French forces under Napoleon and the Russian army under General Levin Bennigsen Friedland was the decisive battle of the campaign of 1807. Following the bloody stalemate at Eylau in February, the Russian and French armies spent the spring recuperating

Cossack Russia 15 Min Read

Chukotka

The Chukchi warriors On July 14, 1728 – three and a half years after leaving St. Petersburg – the explorer Vitus Bering’s newly constructed ship, the St. Gabriel, stocked with enough food to sustain its crew of forty for a year, sailed from the mouth of the Kamchatka River. Following

Cossack History Ottoman 27 Min Read

Moldavia, Tatars and Cossacks I

When Bartolomeo Bruti travelled from Istanbul to Moldavia in the spring of 1580 he was not moving outside the Ottoman Empire, but he was entering a territory very different in kind from that empire’s directly governed heartland. Many histories of the Ottomans concentrate heavily on the heartland, because it was

Cossack Waffen-SS 6 Min Read

Cossacks WWII

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British Cossack Warship 5 Min Read

Caesar – British destroyer class

Ordered in February 1942, The Caesar Class was the 11th destroyer flotilla of the emergency war programme. They were of the same design as the earlier ‘Emergency’ flotillas and almost identical to the preceding ‘Z’ or Zephyr Class in which the traditionaI4.7-in (120-mm) gun had been replaced by a new

Battle Cossack History Ottoman Personnel 10 Min Read

Ottoman Redoubts at Balaclava, 25 October 1854

True Heroes of Balaklava A4, 20pp., illustrated, published by the Crimean War Research Society, 1996. A review of the role of the Turkish forces at the Battle of Balaklava. Treated as cowards at the time, and blamed for many of the reverses of the battle, this work re-evaluates the contribution

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WHITE MOUNTAIN

The Battle of White Mountain (1620), where Spanish-Imperial forces under Johan Tzerclaes, Count of Tilly

Moldavia, Tatars and Cossacks I

When Bartolomeo Bruti travelled from Istanbul to Moldavia in the spring of 1580 he was

Austro-Hungarian Cavalry WWI

Pack-horse of a cavalry machine gun detachment; members of these and the telegraph detachments were

Cossacks WWII

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