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Uniforms of the Reich Armee in 1734-35, part 7: Danish Auxiliary Corps

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Denmark agreed to provide an Auxiliary Corps of 6,000 (4,000 of infantry & 2,000 of cavalry) men. The treaty was signed on 26 May of 1732, the additional convention - on 11 Nov. 1732. The Corps under General-Lieutenant von Morner was formed in spring of 1734 & joined the Kreis army on Rhine in the end of June 1734.
Generalstab 144 men, 314 horses
Infantry:

  • Dombroick, 2013 men
  • Scholten, 2014 men 
Cavalry:
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  • von Kaas Curassier, 673 men, 632 horses
  • Graf Friesen Cuirassier, 673 men, 632 horses
  • Leib-Dragoner (obrist Ahlefeld), 678 men, 632 horses 
The Corps totaled 6,195 men & 2214 horses.

Data from Feldzuge des Prinzen Eugen von Savoyen. B. 19. Illustrations from Bleckwenn/Gudenus Reiter, Husaren und Grenadiere: Die uniformen der Kaiserlichen Armee am Rhein 1734.   

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