On their return the army marched past the King who saluted their efforts from the walls of the capitol. Leading the parade were the heroes of the day, the dragoons of the von Kleist Freikorps.
von Kleist Frei-Dragoon regiment.
15 battalions of infantry led by I/IR 15, IR6 and III/IR 15
Frederick watches the march past
The infantry pass in review, followed by the cavalry under von Seydlitz
Schaumberg-Lippe-Buckerberg Carabiniers, DR 1 von Norman and CR2 Prinz von Preussen
Bringing up the rear, HR5 von Reusch
The troops are now all back in barracks awaiting the next campaign and further chances of glory or an opportunity to redeem themselves.
Crowds cheering and rejoicing - the war is over!ReplyDelete
Loved every minute of the weekend, and many thanks to you for the great company
Very impressive parades!ReplyDelete
Super pictures! Always enjoy a visit here and a chance to see your work.ReplyDelete
Thanks David, and it was nice to say hello on Sunday.Delete
The state infrastructure was inefficient and lazy, while the army was disciplined and efficient. Policemen in the street were overweight, unshaven, and unkempt - they traveled in banged up pickups. Soldiers, on the other hand, were lean, well groomed and smartly dressed.guarantor loansReplyDelete