Cavalry Brigade

Some articles on cavalry brigade, cavalry, brigade:

Mazowiecka Cavalry Brigade
... Mazowiecka Cavalry Brigade (Polish Mazowiecka Brygada Kawalerii) was a cavalry unit of the Polish Army in the interbellum period, which took part in the Polish September Campaign ... It was created on April 1, 1937, out of former 1st Cavalry Brigade ...
Black Brunswickers - Waterloo Campaign - Battle of Quatre Bras
... Reinforcements arrived at at 1500, being a Dutch cavalry brigade, Picton's 5th British Division, followed closely by the Brunswick Corps ... allied front line, which was attacked in turn by French cavalry ... counterattack on the French light cavalry brigade, but they were driven off by heavy fire ...
List Of Australian Army Brigades - World War II - Cavalry Brigades
... 1st Cavalry Brigade 2nd Cavalry Brigade 3rd Cavalry Brigade 4th Cavalry Brigade 6th Cavalry Brigade ...
Pozzuolo Del Friuli Cavalry Brigade - History - World War I
... At the outbreak of World War I the brigade consisted of the 4th Cavalry Regiment Genova Cavalleria and the 5th Cavalry Regiment Lancieri di Novara ... The brigade fell under the 1st Cavalry Division and was based in the region of Friuli ... During the war the brigade served on the Italian Front as mounted infantry or infantry as needed ...
Charles James Briggs - Military Career
... He became Adjutant of the 1st Dragoon Guards in November 1894 and Brigade Adjutant of 4th Cavalry Brigade in April 1897 ... He served in the Second Boer War as Brigade Major of 3rd Cavalry Brigade and was wounded at the Battle of Magersfontein ... Commander of the South Eastern Mounted Brigade in 1910 and commanded the Blue cavalry in the Army Manoeuvres of 1912 ...

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