1760 - French campaign in West Germany – Allied OOB January

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Order of battle of the Allied army at the end of January 1760

Allied winter-quarters were located in Hessen, the Bishopric of Paderborn, the Duchy of Westphalia, the County of Marck, the Bishopric of Münster, part of the Lower Rhine (Dortmund, Haltern, Coesfeld and Dülmen). They also occupied part of Hanover and Hildesheim, and a cordon of troop was deployed along the Diemel.

Commander-in-chief: Ferdinand of Brunswick

Alled forces totalled 75,496 men and consisted of:

References

This article is a compilation of texts from the following book which is now in the public domain:

  • Pajol, Charles P. V.: Les Guerres sous Louis XV, vol. V, Paris, 1891, p. 15