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Early evening of November 3rd, 1760: The Austrians had nearly won the cruel battle of Torgau, fought on a range of heights, only few kilometers west of the city. If they had had gained a victory, the Austrian army of the empress Maria Theresia would have been able to push the troops of the prussian king Frederick II. westwards, away from Berlin. Some 60.000 russians were waiting in the meantime 140 kilometers in the east of the Prussian capital, ready to spend the winter in it.

But in the course of the battle, the Austrians set fire on the little village of Süptitz, located south from the ridge. The fire illuminated the heights on which they stood. The troops of Maria Theresia stared in the dark and were not able to see, what was going on in the down.

At this point of time, Frederick II. was some kilometers in the north, been put out of action by a musket ball hitted his chest. Moreover, the new Prussian commander-in-chief general Hülsen was wounded severely at a leg. But as the prussian musketry flared up again south of the ridges, the king insisted on a last attack of his troops. Some soldiers lifted the injured commander Hülsen on the barrel of a piece.

The testified scenery of the general on the barrel, pulled in the middle of his men and encouraging them with his sabre hold high, was portrayed in numerous pictures. The rallied troops of some Prussian regiments tramped once again upwards the heights of Süptitz from the north…




General Huelsen auf dem Rohr, 3. November 1760

The „Marching Infantry II“-set is available with one of six different types of headgear:


four soldiers smoking pipes

or hat took off

€ 14.90

Painting sample:

Minden 1759,

Brunswick, rgt. „Imhoff“

Marching infantry II

Art. No. 7724

unpainted

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Headgear B:

Fusilier Prussia

Headgear C:

Musketeer (Tricorne)

Headgear F:

with head bandage

Headgear C: Musketeer Tricorne Headgear F: with head bandage Headgear B: Fusilier Prussia headgear grenadier prussia

Headgear A:

Grenadier

Prussia

headgear grenadier austria

Headgear D:

Grenadier Austria

Headgear F: Grenadier France

Headgear H:

Grenadier France

Toy Soldier Sets at a special price


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headgear grenadier prussia headgear musketeer with tricorne headgear fusilier prussia

Headgear B:

Fusilier Prussia

Headgear A:

Grenadier

Prussia

Headgear C:

Musketeer (Tricorne)

headgear grenadier austria headgear grenadier russia head bandage

Headgear D:

Grenadier Austria

Headgear F:

with head bandage

Headgear E:

Grenadier Russia

Headgear H:

Grenadier France

Kopfbedeckung Grenadier Frankreich

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