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[[File:1759 - Prussian incursion in Franconia Right.jpg‎|right|thumb|Image of the week: Right part of the map showing manoeuvres during the Prussian incursion in Franconia in May 1759. Source: "Kriege Friedrichs des Grossen", vol. III Der Siebenjährige Krieg: 1756 - 1763. Courtesy: Tony Flores]]
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[[File:1757 - Siege of Schweidnitz.jpg‎|right|thumb|Image of the week: Map of the siege of Schweidnitz from October 24 to November 12 1757. Source: "Kriege Friedrichs des Grossen", vol. III Der Siebenjährige Krieg: 1756 - 1763. Courtesy: Tony Flores]]
 
The '''Seven Years' War Project''' now offers free access to 2,454 articles and 3,950 images.
 
The '''Seven Years' War Project''' now offers free access to 2,454 articles and 3,950 images.
  
'''Hint''' Thanks mainly to the efforts of Tony Flores, we are currently improving the quality of many maps and adding new ones. Some of you might not know that the maps with the highest resolution are not displayed by default. So to get these high resolution maps, please use the following example:
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<big>'''Hint'''</big> Thanks mainly to the efforts of Tony Flores, we are currently improving the quality of many maps and adding new ones. Some of you might not know that the maps with the highest resolution are not displayed by default. So to get these high resolution maps, please use the following example:
 
*in the main article, click on the map, this will display a page containing a map with a higher resolution
 
*in the main article, click on the map, this will display a page containing a map with a higher resolution
 
*just below the map, check for the links identified as ''Other resolutions'' and click on the highest resolution offered
 
*just below the map, check for the links identified as ''Other resolutions'' and click on the highest resolution offered
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...you'll be surprised by the quality of these maps, especially for those published recently.  
 
...you'll be surprised by the quality of these maps, especially for those published recently.  
  
From Nov. 14 to 21, we have improved the following articles:
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From Nov. 22 to 28, we have improved the following articles:
 
*in the [[Armies]] section:
 
*in the [[Armies]] section:
 
**Austrian Army
 
**Austrian Army
***[[Beck's Volunteers]] ''an article by Dieter Müller''
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***[[Erzherzog Leopold Cuirassiers]]
**Prussian Army
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***[[De Ville Cuirassiers]]
***[[13/26 Finck Grenadiers]] ''the front plate of the grenadier mitre cap of IR13 based on new findings''
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***[[Modena Cuirassiers]]
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***[[Herzog Württemberg Dragoons]]
 
**Spanish Army
 
**Spanish Army
***[[Sevilla Infantry]] ''added info from Clonard's work''
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***[[Fijo de Oran Infantry]] ''added info from Clonard's work''
***[[Vitoria Infantry]] ''added info from Clonard's work''
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***[[España Infantry]] ''added info from Clonard's work''
*in the [[Campaigns]] section
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***[[Mallorca Infantry]] ''added info from Clonard's work''
**[[1759 - Prussian incursion in Franconia]] ''added two maps digitized by Tony Flores''
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*in the [[Sieges]] section  
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**[[1757 - Siege of Schweidnitz]] ''improved large map digitized by Tony Flores''

Revision as of 15:44, 28 November 2016

Image of the week: Map of the siege of Schweidnitz from October 24 to November 12 1757. Source: "Kriege Friedrichs des Grossen", vol. III Der Siebenjährige Krieg: 1756 - 1763. Courtesy: Tony Flores

The Seven Years' War Project now offers free access to 2,454 articles and 3,950 images.

Hint Thanks mainly to the efforts of Tony Flores, we are currently improving the quality of many maps and adding new ones. Some of you might not know that the maps with the highest resolution are not displayed by default. So to get these high resolution maps, please use the following example:

  • in the main article, click on the map, this will display a page containing a map with a higher resolution
  • just below the map, check for the links identified as Other resolutions and click on the highest resolution offered

...you'll be surprised by the quality of these maps, especially for those published recently.

From Nov. 22 to 28, we have improved the following articles: