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Austrian Hussar Napoleonic Wars Also inspiration for Raoul's masquerade costume in Phantom of the Opera.

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Officers Pouchbox & Belt : Dress (laced). This style  of dress  prouchbox and belt were worn  by  officers of Hussar and Dragoon regiments  during the Napoleonic period.

This style of dress pouchbox and belt were worn by officers of Hussar and Dragoon regiments during the Napoleonic period.

salon de provence,conservatoire du costume militaire français,château de l'empéri,maison de nostradamus

salon de provence,conservatoire du costume militaire français,château de l'empéri,maison de nostradamus

French cuirassier, 1812. La Grande Armee had 12 cuirassier regiments (360-400 troops each); three more were raised by 1812. The number dropped back to twelve in 1813. At lower right is Russian cuirassier helmet & cuirass

French cuirassier, La Grande Armee had 12 cuirassier regiments troops each); three more were raised by The number dropped back to twelve in At lower right is Russian cuirassier helmet & cuirass

the art of Henry Boisselier - Armchair General and HistoryNet >> The Best Forums in History

the art of Henry Boisselier - Armchair General and HistoryNet >> The Best Forums in History

Austrian Jager, Battalion Le Loup, 1800.  The Austrians had nine dedicated Jager battalions.  The jagers replaced the disbanded light infantry, but still retained their hechtgrau (pike-grey) uniforms and green crested helmets.  The helmet was replaced as late as 1808 with the corsehut (Corsican hat).  Only the first and second lines carried rifles, the third and fourth were armed with muskets.

Austrian Jager, Battalion Le Loup, 1800. The Austrians had nine dedicated Jager battalions. The jagers replaced the disbanded light infantry, but still retained their hechtgrau (pike-grey) uniforms and green crested helmets. The helmet was replaced as late as 1808 with the corsehut (Corsican hat). Only the first and second lines carried rifles, the third and fourth were armed with muskets.

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