prussian - busby - officer - husaren-regiment nr 12 - full parade configuration including parade feathers.
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PRUSSIA – BUSBY – OFFICER – HUSAREN-REGIMENT NR 12 – FULL PARADE CONFIGURATION INCLUDING PARADE FEATHERSSKU: 33-334 XRP
Thüringisches Husaren-Regiment Nr 12 officer’s busby (pelzmütze) in full-parade-configuration with its very rare parade feathers. The regiment was founded in 1781, and garrisoned in Torgau from 1901 until WWI’s end. It was attached to the IV. Armeekorps. It was an old-line Prussian regiment that participated in conflicts spanning from the Napoleonic Wars to the German unification wars of the 1860’s through the 1870-1871 Franco-Prussian War up to WW I, when it fought as dismounted cavalry in the trenches on both the Western and Eastern Fronts. It had been among the leading German units in WW I ‘s early days, when it still functioned as mounted cavalry. It was directly involved in the invasion of Belgium….