1760 - French campaign in West Germany – Allied OOB September

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Order of battle of the Allied army on September 7, 1760

Commander-in-chief: Ferdinand of Brunswick

Summary: 107 bns and 102 sqns

Main Army

Commander: General August Friedrich von Spörcken

Summary: 46 bns and 42 sqns)

Infantry (33 bns)

Cavalry (30 sqns)

Artillery (3 bns) under FZM Count zu Schaumburg-Lippe


Commander: John Manners, Marquess of Granby

Infantry (10 bns)

Cavalry (12 sqns) under Lieutenant-General Mostyn

Detached Corps

Lieutenant-General Wangenheim's Corps

Cavalry under Major-General Luckner (16 sqns)

Infantry under Major-General Bock (5 bns)

Light troops

Detached under Major-General Zastrow (6 bns)

Lieutenant-General Gilsa's Corps

Prince of Anhalt's Corps

Count Kielmansegg's Corps

Colonel Fersen's Corps

Hereditary Prince of Brunswick's Corps encamped near Warburg


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