The Armies Holy Roman Empire and Poland were anachronisms late 17th century

Imperial defenders Vienna, 1683 In southern Slavic languages, husar was a mounted knight. Polish hussaria (‘winged horsemen’) dominated Central and Eastern Europe battlefields throughout the century and were central to the relief of Vienna, 1683. Until the mid-17th century, while the core of all Polish armies continued to be noble heavy cavalry and units of […]

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