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The Army of Gustavus Adolphus - German mercenary cavalry • Arquebusier • Jesuit priest • Reiter

"The Army of Gustavus Adolphus - German mercenary cavalry:

"Peace - The Artillery Garden, c. 1620: • The Double-Armed Man • Pikeman • Musketeer", Angus McBride

Typically armed troops of the London Volunteer just prior to the start of the English Civil War. Note the Double armed man who had disappeared from the ranks by the start of the war. From an early issue of Military Illustrated.

Fav Pike'n'Shot Pics - Page 32 - Armchair General and HistoryNet >> The Best Forums in History

Fav Pike'n'Shot Pics - Page 32 - Armchair General and HistoryNet >> The Best Forums in History

English Civil War, 1642-51: Artillery on the march

English Civil War artillery on the move. Artillery was taken to the battlefield by civilians. They would be placed amongst the infantry, usually at intervals of sixty yards. They were static and positional and never used in batteries.

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The English Civil War was a series of battles between Parliamentarians (Roundheads) and Royalists (Cavaliers)

Spaanse arcabuse schutters

English musketeers of the English Civil War era. Adrian Barrow would have carried a matchlock musket, bandolier, and cartridges such as those in this image.

Spanish soldiers from the period of of the Battle of Tuttlingen 1643. Dragon, standard- bearer, pikeman.

"Spanish soldiers from the period of of the Battle of Tuttlingen Dragon, standard-bearer, pikeman", Dariusz Bufnal

Sealed Knot roundhead dragoons at the Battle of Naseby

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“Sealed Knot roundhead dragoons at the Battle of Naseby.

Kannon of 1522 at former Fürstliches Zeughaus Scharzburg, Thuringia, Germany

Kannon of 1522 at former Fürstliches Zeughaus Scharzburg, Thuringia, Germany

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