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Link for Uwe Wild

Hello Uwe,

you once asked a question regarding participation of Russian dragoons in 1853 campaign.
Here's a link to an article about one of the actions:
http://history.scps.ru/crimea/mgol1853-bashkad.htm
Best regards,

Strelets

Re: Link for Uwe Wild

Hi Strelets,

hey many thanks for the link. Beside Wodka, Nastowje, Rucky werch and norka my Russian is very limited.



Can you give me a short description? That link is very interesting. So I can use my greatcoated Dragoons, very good to hear. I guess they were at the Danube, fighting the Turks?

cheers
uwe

Re: Re: Link for Uwe Wild

Hi Uwe,

this particular article is about an action on the Caucasus. I gave you a link mainly because of an image of the dragoons in action. If you are interested in the article you may use an on-line translator on:
http://www.worldlingo.com/en/products_services/worldlingo_translator.html

Best regards,

Strelets

Re: Re: Re: Link for Uwe Wild

Also appreciate the link.Big thankyou.
Mmmh Turkish artillery battery getting over run (decimated) in the military painting 1853 action.

Re: Re: Re: Re: Link for Uwe Wild

Hi Strelets,

wow, now I've got the whole stuff. Many thanks, a great link!

I like the 1877 Mechko battle too. And the whole Bodanowitsch - A lot of fodder for my printer:-)

Hey Hank, we need not only Turkish infantry but artillery and cavalry too!!

cheers
uwe

Russian Dragoons and Turkish Artillery

Yes Uwe, and no one could produce them better than Strelets (Turkish infantry,artillery cavalry).

Re: Russian Dragoons and Turkish Artillery

Polish Legion in Turkish service, Greek troops in Russian service etc...

cheers
Uwe