1761 - Russian campaign in Pomerania – Württemberg OOB December

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Order of battle of the Prussian corps leaving Eastern Pomerania in December 1761

In December 1761, after a very tough campaign, the various Prussian corps operating in Eastern Pomerania took their winter quarters.

Corps of prince Eugen von Württemberg

This corps took its winter quarters in Mecklenburg.

Corps of generals Schenckendorff and Platen

These corps marched by Schwedt and Berlin and took their winter quarters in Saxony.

Corps of general Thadden

This corps took its winter quarters in Lausig (probably Lusatia).

  • Infantry (1,006 men)
    • Converged Grenadier Battalions 4/16/41/44 Beneckendorf (1 bn)
    • Converged Grenadier Battalions 21/27/37/40 Kleist (1 bn)
    • Grenadier Battalion 47/GVII Bock (1 bn)
    • Grenadier Battalion GVI/GVIII Busch (1 bn)
  • Cavalry
    • HR5 Ruesch Hussars (216 men)
    • Freihussaren von Schony (25 men)

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Acknowledgments

Tomasz Karpiński from Gniezno/Poznań for the initial version of this article