Table of contents for Napoleon's Polish Lancers of the Imperial Guard / Ronald Pawly ; illustrated by Patrice Courcelle.


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ORIGINS OF THE 1807 POLISH CAMPAIGN   3
"* The War of the Fourth Coalition
"* Polish forces in exie
1807: CREATION OF THE CHEVAULEGERS 6
POLONAIS DE LA GARDE
"* From G;ard of Honour to Ligt Horse Regiment
"* Organization and recruitment
"* The officer corps
" From War saw to Chantilly and Bayonne
"THE FIRST TEST: SPAN, 1808
* The Guard in Spain
" Napoleon takes peronal comiand
S'The br avst of the brave' - Somosierra
1809-10: AUSTRIA, AND RE-EQUIPMENT2
* The question of lances
* On ca paign: Essling and Wagram
* Detachment for Spain
SThe 1st Light Horse Lancers
1810-11: THE SPLENDOUR OF VICTORY                  2
"* Parades and ceremonial
"* Re-organization
1812: RUSSIA    35
* Strength and organization
SRaising of the 3rd Reginent
* The retreat from Moscow
1813-14: GERMANY AND FRANCE                        4
SAmalgamation of st & 3rd Regiments
* Young Guard companies
1814-15: ELBA AND WATERLOO  43
* The Elba squadron
* The I Hundred Days: amalgamation with the Dutch Lancers
PLATE COMMENTARES 45
* Uniform



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: France, Armée, Garde impériale Cavalry, Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 Participation, Polish, Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 Regimental histories France, Lancers France History 19th century