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The first hussar regiment in France was founded by a Hungarian lieutenant named Ladislas Ignace de Bercheny.
Russia relied on its native cossacks to provide irregular light cavalry until Recruited largely from Christian Orthodox communities along the Turkish frontier, the newly raised Russian hussar units increased to 12 regiments by the Seven Years' War. In , the regiment was sent again to Italy until Then, it served in campaigns against Algerian pirates and in the sieges of Oran and Algiers.
Ifni was a Spanish colony in North Africa that was attacked by irregulars from Morocco. Sweden had hussars from about and Denmark introduced this class of cavalry in Britain converted a number of light dragoon regiments to hussars in the early 19th century.
Several new regiments and corps were raised in and , but eventually these existed only on paper. One regiment, the Statenhuzaren 'States' Hussars' remained, but was disbanded in In , two free companies of hussars were raised, which were taken into service after and would become two full regiments. These would be united into one regiment in , which would be the 2nd Regiment of the Kingdom of Holland in , with a 3rd Hussars being raised that same year, as well as a Guard Hussars Regiment.
After regaining independence, the new Royal Netherlands Army raised two hussar regiments nrs. They were disbanded nr. In , all remaining cavalry regiments were transferred to hussar regiments.
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This tradition remains to this day, with the last surviving hussar regiment Boreel's , rd and th reconnaissance squadrons carrying on the tradition of all Dutch cavalry predecessors. In , Apostol Kigetsch, a Wallachian nobleman serving Russian Emperor Peter the Great , was given the task to form a khorugv "banner" or "squadron" of men to serve on the Ottoman-Russian border. Two other 'khorugv', for guerilla warfare, were formed, one Polish and one Serbian, to battle the Ottomans.
In , Peter the Great formed a Hussar regiment exclusively from Serbian light cavalry serving in the Austrian army. After the Russo-Turkish War —39 , these Hussar regiments were converted to regular service, enlisted and not conscripted as the rest of the Russian army. They were on a level between regular and irregular cavalry. Hussars were recruited only from the nation indicated by the regiment's name, i.
Each regiment was supposed to have a fixed organization of 10 companies, each of about men, but these regiments were recruited from different sources, so they were less than the indicated strength. Located in garrisons far away from Hungary, some deserted from the Austrian army and joined that of Prussia. The value of the Hungarian hussars as light cavalry was recognised and, in , two Hussaren Corps were organised in the Prussian Army. Frederick II later called "The Great" recognised the value of hussars as light cavalry and encouraged their recruitment. In , he established a further five regiments, largely from Polish deserters.
Three more regiments were raised for Prussian service in and another in While the hussars were increasingly drawn from Prussian and other German cavalrymen, they continued to wear the traditional Hungarian uniform, richly decorated with braid and gold trim. At the same time, he exempted the hussars from the usual disciplinary measures of the Prussian Army , such as physical punishments including cudgeling.
Frederick used his hussars for reconnaissance duties and for surprise attacks against the enemy's flanks and rear. The effectiveness of the hussars in Frederick's army can be judged by the number of promotions and decorations awarded to their officers. While Hungarian hussars served in the opposing armies of Frederick and Maria Theresa , there were no known instances of fratricidal clashes between them. The name is derived from the German word werben that means, in particular, "to enroll in the army"; verbunkos means recruiter.
The corresponding music and dance were performed during military recruiting, which was a frequent event during this period, hence the character of the music. The verbunkos was an important component of the Hungarian hussar tradition. Potential recruits were dressed in items of hussar uniform, given wine to drink and invited to dance to this music. The hussars played a prominent role as cavalry in the Revolutionary Wars — and Napoleonic Wars — As light cavalrymen mounted on fast horses, they would be used to fight skirmish battles and for scouting.
Most of the great European powers raised hussar regiments. The armies of France, Austria, Prussia, and Russia had included hussar regiments since the midth century. In the case of Britain, four light dragoon regiments were converted to hussars in — The hussars of the period created the tradition of sabrage , the opening of a champagne bottle with a sabre. Moustaches were universally worn by Napoleonic-era hussars; the British hussars were the only moustachioed troops in the British Army—leading to their being taunted as being "foreigners", at times. French hussars also wore cadenettes , braids of hair hanging on either side of the face, until the practice was officially proscribed when shorter hair became universal.
The uniform of the Napoleonic hussars included the pelisse , a short fur-edged jacket which was often worn slung over one shoulder in the style of a cape and was fastened with a cord. This garment was extensively adorned with braiding often gold or silver for officers and several rows of buttons. The dolman or tunic, which was also decorated in braid, was worn under it.
The hussar's accoutrements included a Hungarian-style saddle covered by a shabraque , a decorated saddlecloth with long, pointed corners surmounted by a sheepskin. On active service, the hussar normally wore reinforced breeches which had leather on the inside of the leg to prevent them from wearing due to the extensive time spent in the saddle.
On the outside of such breeches, running up each outer side, was a row of buttons, and sometimes a stripe in a different colour. A shako or fur kolpac busby was worn as headwear. The colours of the dolman, pelisse and breeches varied greatly by regiment, even within the same army. The French hussar of the Napoleonic period was armed with a brass-hilted sabre , a carbine and sometimes with a brace of pistols, although these were often unavailable.
A famous military commander in Bonaparte's army who began his military career as a hussar was Marshal Ney , who, after being employed as a clerk in an iron works, joined the 5th Hussars in He rose through the ranks of the hussars in the wars of Belgium and the Rhineland — , fighting against the forces of Austria and Prussia before receiving his marshal's baton in , after the Emperor Napoleon's coronation. In the British Army , hussar cavalry were introduced at a later date than in other major European armies.
Towards the end of the 18th century, British light dragoon regiments began to adopt hussar style accoutrements such as laced jackets, pelisses and sabretaches.
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In , four light dragoon regiments were permitted to use the "hussar" name, initially in parentheses after their regimental title, and adopted full hussar uniforms. British hussars were armed with, in addition to firearms, the highly regarded pattern light-cavalry sabre. There were several Russian regiments of hussars by the time of Napoleonic Wars and extensive use was made of them.
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Although the Romanian cavalry were not formally designated as hussars, their pre uniforms, as described below, were of the classic hussar type. These regiments were created in the second part of the 19th century, under the rule of Alexandru Ioan Cuza , creator of Romania by the unification of Moldavia and Wallachia. Romania diplomatically avoided the word "hussar" due to its connotation at the time with Austro-Hungary , traditional rival of the Romanian principates.
These troops played an important role in the Romanian Independence War of , on the Russo-Turkish front. Both wore fur busbies and white plumes. Both types of cavalry served through World War II on the Russian front as mounted and mechanised units. In , as part of the army of the newly independent Chile, the regiment fought against the Spanish Army until its defeat at the disaster of the Battle of Rancagua. The Georgia Hussars were a cavalry regiment founded before the American Revolution that continues today as part of the Georgia National Guard.
In most respects, they had now become regular light cavalry, recruited solely from their own countries and trained and equipped along the same lines as other classes of cavalry. A characteristic of both the Imperial German and Russian Hussars was the variety of colours apparent in their dress uniforms.
Most Russian hussar regiments wore red breeches,  as did all the Austro-Hungarian hussars of This rainbow-effect harked back to the 18th-century origins of hussar regiments in these armies and helped regrouping after battle or a charge. The fourteen French hussar regiments were an exception to this rule — they wore the same relatively simple uniform, with only minor distinctions, as the other branches of French light cavalry.
This comprised a shako, light blue tunic and red breeches. The twelve British hussar regiments were distinguished by different coloured busby bags and a few other distinctions such as the yellow plumes of the 20th, the buff collars of the 13th and the crimson breeches of the 11th Hussars.
Hussar influences were apparent even in those armies which did not formally include hussar regiments. The colourful military uniforms of hussars from onwards were inspired by the prevailing Hungarian fashions of the day. Some officers were killed. An estimated 66, guardsmen in the capital had deserted or defected within about two days. During the October Revolution , the Pavlovsky Regiment , though celebrated for its actions during the Napoleonic Wars , was one of the first regiments to mutiny and join the Bolsheviks ; it then participated in the storming of the Winter Palace.
In addition to the Pavlovsky, the Semenovsky and Ismailovsky Regiments rallied to the Bolsheviks at a crucial stage in the revolution. In December , as the Bolsheviks consolidated their power, the remnants of the Imperial Guard were disbanded and integrated into the Red Army. As such they first saw combat in the Polish Soviet War in Guards Corps St.
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Petersburg, Millionaya. Headquarters, Warsaw, Poland. It is a misconception that the monarch himself functioned as the commander of the Leib Guard regiments, so only he and some members of the imperial family could hold a title of Colonel Polkovnik of the Guards. In fact, there were many guards officers in the rank of colonel. Commissioned officers enjoyed a two-grade elevation in the Table of Ranks over regular army officers; this later changed to a one-grade elevation -- first for the New Guards then for the rest of the Leib Guard.
Following the abolition of the rank of Major in , most grades below VII shifted one position upwards, effectively returning to those of the Old Guards. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the Bolshevik faction, see Bolshevik old guard. This article needs additional citations for verification.
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