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This film was made for the 2020 Chelsea History Festival by the Polish Cultural Institute in London and the reenactment group, the Polish Lancers. It marks the centenary of the historic Battle of Warsaw, dubbed by Lord D'Abernon the eighteenth most decisive battle in world history. Both the 1920 Battle of Warsaw and the 1920 Battle of Komarow (aka the Zamosc Ring) were fought during the 1919-20 Polish-Soviet War and were overwhelming Polish victories. These battles effectively stopped the Red Army from bringing a Europe-wide communist revolution to the West. The film presents the Polish cavalry tradition and features fragments of the Battle of Komarow, the largest cavalry battle of the Polish-Soviet War. The reenactment features actors in the Second Polish Republic's 1920 Cavalier uniforms. 🤍 🤍 Facebook: Polish Cultural Institute Twitter: 🤍PLinst_London
The Charge of Rokitna (Polish: Szarża pod Rokitną) was a charge of a cavalry squadron of the 2nd Brigade of Polish Legions, fighting for the Austro-Hungarian Army. It took place on June 13, 1915 near the village of Rokytne, which at that time was part of Bessarabia Governorate (Russian Empire). A Polish squadron of 70 uhlans, led by Rittmeister Zbigniew Dunin-Wasowicz, attacked positions of the Imperial Russian Army. The battle resulted in a Polish pyrrhic victory: out of 70 soldiers, Poles lost 17 KIA and 23 wounded. Russian losses are unknown. On June 12, 1915, the 2nd Brigade operated in the area of the villages Ridkivtsi, Austrian Bukovina and Rokytne, Russian Bessarabia. On both sides of it were units of the Austro-Hungarian Army: all forces initiated a joint attack on Russian positions. Despite heavy fighting, Polish and Austrian regiments failed to achieve their objectives. On June 13 in early afternoon, the Russians began their advance from positions in the area of Rokitna. In order to halt the enemy, Austrian headquarters ordered Rittmeister Dunin-Wasowicz to carry out an attack with both uhlan squadrons of the 2nd Legions Brigade. They were to advance along the left wing, supporting Austrian infantry which simultaneously would attack Russian trenches. Rittmeister Dunin-Wasowicz personally headed the charge: after crossing muddy banks of the Rokitnianka river, 3rd squadron was kept in reserve, while 2nd squadron charged. Within 15 minutes, Polish uhlans broke through three lines of Russian trenches. Polish losses were very high, but their sacrifice was not utilized, as the Austrian infantry failed to advance. Among those killed in action were Dunin-Wasowicz himself, also Colonel Jerzy Topor-Kisielnicki (commandant of 2nd squadron) and his deputy Roman Prawdzic-Wlodek. On June 15, 1915, at a cemetery in Rarancza, a funeral of uhlans killed in action took place. The service was led by Reverend Jozef Panas, coffin of Dunin-Wasowicz was covered with red cloth with Polish Eagle. Since in the interwar period the cemetery at Rarancza was part of Romania, a Polish ally (see Polish–Romanian Alliance), Romanian 11th Rosiori Regiment took care of the tombs. In February 1923, exhumation of bodies of Polish soldiers took place. All remains were transported to Poland, and on February 26, 1923, in Kraków, an official funeral took place, with such notable figures present at the ceremony, as Józef Piłsudski and Cardinal Adam Sapieha. Pilsudski posthumously awarded Virtuti Militari 5th Class to all soldiers. After the funeral, all coffins were transported to Rakowicki Cemetery. Two years later, a monument of the uhlans was unveiled there. The Charge of Rokitna was the basis for a zurawiejka, "Song of the Squadron of Wasowicz". It also is mentioned in The Red Poppies on Monte Cassino, one of the best-known Polish military songs of World War II. On the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Warsaw, the charge is mentioned as "ROKITNA 13 VI 1915". Legiony – polski film wojenny, którego akcja osadzona jest w realiach walki o niepodległość podczas I wojny światowej, wyprodukowany w 2019 roku, w reżyserii Dariusza Gajewskiego, z Sebastianem Fabijańskim, Bartoszem Gelnerem i Wiktorią Wolańską w rolach głównych.
Join Simple History in battle on War Thunder now for free and also get a free Premium tank or aircraft and 3 days of Premium time: 🤍 During the invasion of Poland in 1939, it is said that Polish cavalry units charged at the German tanks with sabres and lances, in a desperate and foolhardy attempt to take on the metal beasts. This is in fact a myth. Become a Simple History member: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Copyright: DO NOT translate and re-upload our content on Youtube or other social media. SIMPLE HISTORY MERCHANDISE Get the SImple History books on Amazon: 🤍 T-Shirts 🤍 Simple history gives you the facts, simple! See the book collection here: Amazon USA 🤍 Amazon UK 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Credit: Created by Daniel Turner Narrator: Chris Kane 🤍vocalforge.com Music Credit Video Game Soldiers by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 So Dramatic by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (🤍 Artist: 🤍
The winged hussars were the deadliest cavalry in the history of humankind. They won most of the battles they fought, even when outnumbered by the enemy. The sight of the winged hussars inflicted fear in the hearts of opponents. Their legendary status has been inscribed in people's minds to this day. Their unique design of attaching rear wings to their armor and using a hollow lance made them special in the eyes of the history. No doubt the hussars will continue to inspire many for years to come. Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro 0:51 - Cavalry in history 1:15 - Winged Hussars basics 3:48 - Winged Hussar's secret for success 6:22 - Battles 8:49 - Downfall 9:43 - Legacy - ♥ If You Enjoyed What You Have Seen, Support The Channel By Subscribing ♥ Subscribe ► 🤍 - 🤍 All materials in these videos are used for educational purposes and fall within the guidelines of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. If you are or represent the copyright owner of materials used in this video and have a problem with the use of said material, please send me an email, denisismenacebusiness🤍gmail.com, and we can sort it out. Copyright © 2022 Slav Paradise. All rights reserved. I make documentaries on Slavic folklore, traditions, history, trends and much more. Sources are listed at: 🤍 Soundtrack: Lord of the Land by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Folk Round by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Laid Back Guitars by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Hero Down by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Crusade - Video Classica by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Renaissance by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence. 🤍 Artist: 🤍
W 1807 roku Napoleon utworzył 1 Pułku Szwoleżerów Lansjerów Gwardii Cesarskiej złożonej z polskich ułanów. Ułani ci nie wchodzili w skład wojsk Księstwa Warszawskiego lecz bezpośrednio podlegali francuskiemu dowództwu. Po I upadku Napoleona część z nich dobrowolnie postanowiła udać się wraz z nim na wygnanie na wyspę Elbę tworząc tzw "Szwadron Elby" pod dowództwem Pawła Jerzmanowskie. Po powrocie Napoleona do Francji "Szwadron Elby" z racji rozformowania 1 Pułku został włączony do holenderskiego 2 Pułku Szwoleżerów Lansjerów Gwardii Cesarskiej jako ostatnia polska jednostka walcząca u boku Napoleona. 18 czerwca 1815 w trakcie bitwy pod Waterloo Anglicy w celu powstrzymania ataku Francuzów, rzucili do boju swe elitarne jednostki jazdy gwardyjską 1 brygadę „Household" gen. Edwarda Somerseta (11 szwadronów - łącznie 1319 ludzi) oraz 2 brygadę „Union" (9 szwadronów - 1332 ludzi) gen. Williama Ponsonby'ego. Brygada gen. Somerseta w niszczącej szarży rozbiła francuskich kirasjerów, natomiast brygada gen. Ponsonby'ego uderzyła na I Korpus francuski, rozpraszając kolejno trzy dywizje i biorąc około 3000 jeńców. W tym momencie Napoleon rzucił do ataku polsko - holenderski 2 Pułk Szwoleżerów Lansjerów Gwardii który zmiótł brygady brytyjskich dragonów z powierzchni. Niestety dla polskich ułanów nie przesądziło to o zwycięstwie w bitwie. Co ciekawe pod Waterloo zginęło tylko kilku Polaków - Łukasz Biernacki, Jan Nowak, Karol Pawłowski, Ignacy Rużyczko i Sylwester Zeleski, sam Paweł Jerzmanowski został ranny. Fragment filmu "Waterloo" z 1970 w reżyserii Sergieja Bondarczuka. 🤍
U.S. soldiers from the 2nd Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment arrived in Orzysz, Poland. #nato #natonews #natoarmy #poland #polandia #tank #tanks
🚩 Grab Atlas VPN for just $1.99/mo before the deal expires: 🤍 👇 Push down for more cool stuff 👇 🚩 On 27 September 1605, King Charles IX of Sweden penned the following note in his diary: "Was fought the Battle of Kircholm. There many a brave hero fell due to his craven heart. I was hacked in the head but praise the Lord not hurt. I lost the battle." With these few words the king summed up what was perhaps the worst defeat in Swedish history. It was even more costly than the far-better-known Battle of Poltava, a little over a century later. And the battle was lost even though the Swedish army was three times as strong as the victorious Polish-Lithuanian army. Enemy casualties were minimal. It was a humiliating defeat. 🚩 Consider supporting our work on Patreon and enjoy early access ad-free videos for as little as $1: 🤍 🚩 This video was produced in collaboration with Srpske Bitke. Check out their channel and give them the credit that they deserve: 🤍 📢 Narrated by David McCallion 🎵 Music: EpidemicSound Filmstro #documentary #poland #sweden
The Winged Hussars are one of the best cavaliers in human history, but how did they do it? how can they be this strong? what's so special about them? their equipment? training? origins? that's what we'll try to see and answer. Subscribe: 🤍 Interested in World History? There you go: Weird/Funny Facts PT2: 🤍 Weird/Funny Facts PT1: 🤍 You Like Badass Warriors? There you go: The most successful sniper in History: 🤍 The best Samurai that have ever lived: 🤍 #hussar #sabaton #thelaststand #cavalry #history
In this video, we look at the often repeated story that Polish cavalry charged German tanks during World War II. Looking at the nature of Polish Cavalry, the weapons they had for German tanks, and the famous battle of Krojanty, we explore this myth and trace its origins and different forms that still come down in modern history. Works used in this video: Max Hastings "Inferno: The World at War" Heinz Guderian "Panzer Leader" William. L. Shirer "Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" World War II in Colour (I call this World War II HD by mistake a few times in the video) Other references: Poland 1939: The Birth of Blitzkrieg by Steven Zaloga The Polish Army 1939-45 by Steven Zaloga and Richard Hook Maps used from US Army archives or from Wikipedia under C.C. 3.0 for the Krojanty map.
Download Lords Mobile to win BIG prizes here: 🤍 $6,000 CASH and a $350 gift pack for everyone! At the Battle of Vienna 1683 King Jan III Sobieski led a massive united charge towards the Ottomans. This was the largest cavalry charge in history, with about 18,000 horsemen involved and while there were other allied cavalry present, it was the Winged Hussars who led the charge! Become a Simple History member: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Copyright: DO NOT translate and re-upload our content on Youtube or other social media. SIMPLE HISTORY MERCHANDISE Get the Simple History books on Amazon: 🤍 T-Shirts 🤍 Simple history gives you the facts, simple! See the book collection here: Amazon USA 🤍 Amazon UK 🤍 🤍 🤍 Credit: Created by Daniel Turner Script: Dejan Milivojevic Narrator: Chris Kane 🤍 Music Credit: Impact Intermezzo by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Sources: Brzezinski, Richard. Polish Winged Hussars 1576-1775, 2006. Wheatcroft, Andrew. The Enemy at the Gate: Habsburgs, Ottomans and the Battle for Europe. Basic Books, 2010. Brzezinski, Richard. Polish Armies 1569-1696 (2): Vol 2 – 1 Jun. 1988
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The Ashes (Polish: Popioły) is a 1965 Polish drama film directed by Andrzej Wajda, referencing the classic Stefan Żeromski epic novel of Polish Literature of the same name. It was entered into the 1966 Cannes Film Festival. The Battle of Somosierra took place on November 30, 1808, during the Peninsular War, when a French army under Napoleon I forced a passage through the Sierra de Guadarrama shielding Madrid.
The Polish Winged Hussars dominated the eastern European theaters of war for much of the early modern period. While the western European art of war of this period relied on infantry-heavy pike and shot tactics, eastern armies continued to rely on cavalry. On the battlefields of Italy, France, Germany, and Flanders, heavy cavalry such as knights and lancers found a counter in combined pikes and muskets. Western European battles, according to the historian Geoffrey Parker, were won primarily with infantry. In eastern Europe, by contrast, cavalry was still key. The Polish cavalry, most notably, not only frequently bested the Muscovites and Ottomans on their eastern and southern front respectively but also defeated western powers such as the Swedes under Gustavus Adolphus. Therefore, some scholars argue that early modern western military doctrine lacked a crucial component, namely a cavalry unit such as the Polish winged hussars that frequently and successfully charged home with steel in hand. It is not surprising that the winged hussars eventually influenced the western art of war; and they did so lastingly. To understand this development properly, the period between 1550 and 1620 is key. This video will look at how contemporary historiography discusses the early successes of the Polish-Lithuanian Hussars. CORRECTION: We accidentally merged together a few lines about different light cavalry units and their origins (which were cut from the script in the end) with the origins of the hussars. That' s why it is messed up in the video. In the beginning they were exiled Serbian mercenaries (some sources also simply say "balkan". Also, the early Hussars were modeled off the Hungarian Hussars. Patreon: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #history #education #sandrhoman Our reading list on military history: Duffy, C., Siege Warfare: The Fortress in the Early Modern World 1494-1660, Vol. 1, 1979. 🤍 Rogers, C.J., The military revolution debate. Readings on the military transformation of early modern Europe, 1995. 🤍 Rogers, C.J., Soldiers' Lives through History - The Middle Ages, 2006. 🤍 Parker, C., The Cambridge History of Warfare, 2005. 🤍 Van Nimwegen, O., The Dutch Army and the Military Revolutions, 1588-1688, 2010. 🤍 Bibliography: Clifford, J. R., Tactics and the Face of Battle, in: Tallet, F., (editor), European Warfare 1350-1750. Eltis, D., The Military Revolution in Sixteenth-Century Europe, London 1995. Frost, R., Northern Wars, State and Society in Northeastern Europe 1558-1721, 2000. Grbasić, Z., / V. Vuksić, L'âge d'or de la Cavalerie, 1989. Kloosterhuis, J., “Cavalry” in: Encyclopedia For Early Modern History. Love, R.S. «All the King’s Horsemen”: The equestrian Army of Henri IV, 1585-1598, SCJ 22 (1991), 511-33. Meyer, H., Geschichte der Reiterkrieger, 1982. Oeser, E., Pferd und Mensch. Die Geschichte einer Beziehung, 2007. Parker, G., Dynastic War, in: Parker. G., (editor), The Cambridge History of Warfare, 2005. Roberts, M., Gustav Adolf and the Art of War (first printed 1955), in: Essays on Swedish History, 1967.
The Polish WZ.34 szabla, or sabre, is an iconic and much sought-after sword. It was developed as a blend of tradition and Polish heritage, married to modern industrial production standards and quality control. It was put through tough tests in the factory in order to be approved for service. Easton Antique Arms: 🤍
The Winged Hussars have arrived! By the 17th century it seemed like the golden age of the Winged Hussars had come to an end. Heavily armored, clad in steel and leopard skins, they had once charged over the battlefields with their wings proudly flying in the wind. But as the city of Vienna came under siege by the Ottoman Empire, the Polish Winged Hussars once more set out to meet their foes on the battlefield. Prepare for a thunderous charge that would go down in history. Support Sabaton History on Patreon: 🤍 Listen to Winged Hussars on The Last Stand album: 🤍 Watch the Official Lyric Video of Winged Hussars here: 🤍 Check out the trailer for Sabaton's new album 'The Great War' right here: 🤍 Watch more videos on the Sabaton YouTube channel: 🤍 Listen to Sabaton on Spotify: 🤍 Official Sabaton Merchandise Shop: 🤍 Get your hands on official Sabaton History merch here: 🤍 Check out Indy Neidells channels: World War Two: 🤍 TimeGhost History: 🤍 Hosted by: Indy Neidell Written by: Markus Linke and Indy Neidell Directed by: Astrid Deinhard and Wieke Kapteijns Produced by: Pär Sundström, Astrid Deinhard and Spartacus Olsson Creative Producer: Joram Appel Executive Producers: Pär Sundström, Joakim Broden, Tomas Sunmo, Indy Neidell, Astrid Deinhard, and Spartacus Olsson Post-Production Director: Wieke Kapteijns Edited by: Karolina Kosmowska Sound Editing by: Marek Kaminski Maps by: Eastory - 🤍 Eastory YouTube Channel: 🤍 Archive by: Reuters/Screenocean 🤍 Music by Sabaton. An OnLion Entertainment GmbH and Stuffed Beaver LTD co-Production. © Stuffed Beaver LTD, 2019 - all rights reserved.
The Hussars were famous for their huge "wings", a wooden frame carrying eagle, ostrich, swan or goose feathers. In the 16th century, characteristic painted wings or winged claws began to appear on cavalry shields. The most common theory is that the hussars wore the wings because they made a loud, clattering noise which made it seem like the cavalry was much larger than in reality and frightened the enemy's horses. Other possibilities included the wings being made to defend the backs of the men against swords and lassos, or that they were worn to make their own horses deaf to the wooden noise-makers used by the Ottoman and the Crimean Tatars. It seems that the wing was used not to let horse get exhaustedrun too fast, making repeated charges possible. Initially the first hussar units in the Polish-Lihuanian Commonwealth were formed by the parliament in 1503, which hired three banners of Hungarian mercenaries. Soon, recruitment also began among locals. Being far more expendable than the heavily armoured lancers of the Renaissance, the Serbian-Hungarian hussars played a fairly minor role in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth victories during the early 16th century, exemplified by the victories at Orsza (1514). The true "winged hussar" arrived with the reforms of the King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania Stephen Bathory in the 1570s and was later led by the King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania John III Sobieski. The hussars were the leading, or even elite, branch of cavalry in the Polish army from the 1570s until 1776, when their duties and traditions were passed on to the Uhlans by a parliamentary decree. Most hussars were recruited from the wealthier nobility (szlachta). When Bathory was elected King of Poland and later accepted as a Grand Duke of Lithuania in 1576, he reorganized the hussars of his Royal Guard into a heavy formation equipped with a long lance as their main weapon. TRANSLATION OF THE LYRICS: Oh, dear rowan tree, where have you been growing in the midst of the swamps? Where have you been growing in the midst of the swamps, in the green moss? Oh, dear mother, what have you raised me up for? What have you raised me up for and conscripted me to a war? Conscripted me to a war and have forged me three trumpets? He trumpeted the first trumpet as he was riding off from the inner yard He trumpeted the second trumpet as he was riding off from the outer yard He trumpeted the third trumpet as he was joining the troops My horse pranced and all the troops looked at me And all the army had turned to me And a troop of Swedes has come, a troop of brave ones When we've stood in the field, we've knocked all the Swedes out Our Chodkewicz was very strong, he was a real king IF YOU LIKE THIS SONG, FULL ALBUM can be purchased here: 🤍 DAINOS ŽODŽIAI: Oi šermukšnio šermukšnio kur tu augai tarp balių, Ei ei ajajaj, kur tu augai tarp balių? Kur tu augai tarp balių, tarp šių žalių samanų, Ei ei ajajaj, tarp šių žalių samanų? Oi motuše motuše, kam tu mane auginai, Ei ei ajajaj, kam tu mane auginai? Kam tu mane auginai ir in vaiską užrašei, Ei ei ajajaj ir in vaiską užrašei? Ir in vaiską užrašei ir tris triūbas nukalei, Ei ei ajajaj ir tris triūbas nukalei? Pirmą triūbą triūbijo ir kiemelio išjodams, Ei ei ajajaj, iš kiemelio išjodams. Antrą triūbą triūbijo per atšlaimą jodamas, Ei ei ajajaj, per atšlaimą jodamas. Trečią triūbą triūbijo, prie vaiskelio pristojęs, Ei ei ajajaj, prie vasikelio pristojęs. Man' žirgelis sužvingo, visas vaiskas sužiūro, Ei ei ajajaj, visas vaiskas sužiūro. Ir sužiūro sužiūro, kariuomenė į mane, Ei ei ajajaj, kariuomenė į mane. Ir atein žuvėdų pulks, žuvėdų pulks narsiųjų, Ei ei ajajaj, žuvėdų pulks narsiųjų. Kai ant plečiaus sustojom, žuvėdus iškapojom, Ei ei ajajaj, žuvėdus iškapojom. Mūsų Katkus labai drūts, tikras buvo karaliuks, Ei ei ajajaj, tikras buvo karaliuks.
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Welcome for the first time in 2019. Thank you for over 1000 subscribers. What is better Katana or Saber ? In todays video I will compare Japanese Katana - two handed Japanese sword and legendary polish cavalry saber pattern 1934 called Ludwikowka - the latest military grade saber used in Polish Army - both in my collection. In the video you will see the Cracov cross fencing technique with saber cutting and tameshigiri - Japanese two handed technique for cutting static targets. It you want to know main differences between saber and katana - Japanese sword - please watch the video. Both sword has been sharpened by me so we assume the same sharpening level. Please give us subscribe if you like this video or comment what kinds of video would
Historical parade organised to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Poland regaining independence. Historical formations from the early Slavic state, Piast dynasty, kingdom of Poland, the Polish-Lithuanian Union under Jagiellon dynasty, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (Rzeczpospolita), Napoleonic Wars, November and January Uprising, I World War, II World War, Polish-Soviet war and the Cold War.
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🤍 🤍 Many people still believe there is something true about the Legend of the "POLISH CAVALRY CHARGING NAZI TANKS" during the battle of Krojanty! As far as I know, the Polish were instead gunned down by machine-guns mounted on German half-tracks, positioned on both sides of the battlefield, while they were charging German infantry. 🤍 Music score (Demo Only) added in 2011 by ROMANO-ARCHIVES (Pandacetamol - Hilltop View - The Mystery Of Spyglass Hill). Encoded by ROMANO-ARCHIVES. "SUBSCRIBING to this Channel is a MUST for researchers and RARE HISTORICAL FOOTAGE fans!!!" V. Romano This is a clip from the ROMANO-ARCHIVES' new website "Unknown World War 2 in Color"-"WW2 Europe" section. At: 🤍 Visit also: 🤍 A silent copy of this clip in top quality is available for licensing or private use. Hi-Res videos from our Collections are available on DVD, CD or directly in your inbox. Clips and movies can also be downloaded from our servers using a PW or uploaded by us to your FTP.
Have you ever wondered what a 93% cav combat ability Poland can do in Europa Universalis while also going 100% only cavalry?? Well in this video you will get to figure out as I play Poland in multiplayer and show its true strength of the Winged Hussars. You can watch me live on twitch here: 🤍 This is another campaign on my favorite eu4 multiplayer mod, Gecko multiplayer rebalance mod. This mod can be found here: 🤍 (this mod is updated for the latest version of europa universalis 4) I built no infantry besides the starting infantry you get in 1444 and the ones that came in mercenary stacks. In a way this was cavalry only challenge if you do not include the cannons. The amount of damage dealt in the shock phases was absolutely insane. #eu4Poland #eu4CavalryONLY #eu4Multiplayer Check out the Crimea Player Dragoon on his youtube channel here: 🤍 Check out the Persia player MasterofRoflness on his youtube channel here: 🤍 Want to sponsor this channel or my twitch channel? Contact me at iyamaan🤍gmail.com Want to play EU4 MP or just hang out with other people who do? Join my discord channel: 🤍 Want to meme with me? Follow my Tiktok here: 🤍 Want to know about me and my personal life? Follow me on instagram here: 🤍 Title of Video: 🇵🇱 CALVARY ONLY POLAND DOMINATES EUROPE IN MULTIPLAYER 🇵🇱 Title of Last video: What happens when Habibi plays BENGAL in EU4 Multiplayer??
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Napoleon turns to the Polish Light Horse to clear his path to Madrid in 1808, in what is remembered as one of the bravest cavalry charges of the conflict #shorts
SUMMARY: During the summer of 1683, the Ottoman Turks were besieging Vienna. They were a few days away from conquering the capital of Austria. But then the winged hussars arrived at the battlefield. They led the biggest cavalry charge in history. The winged hussars unleashed havoc upon the disciplined Ottoman Janissaries. Christian Europe was safe from the Muslim threat. In this video we will shortly go over the Winged Hussars and the battle of Vienna. #vienna #wingedhussars #polish #calvary #ottoman