File:1760 – Raid on Pasewalk.jpg

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Summary

Map of the Prussian raid on Pasewalk on October 3, 1760

Key to the map:

a Swedish outpost near Löcknitz consisting of 200 volunteers and 100 hussars, partly made prisoners of war when attacked by a Prussian corps marching from Stettin on Pasewalk.
b March of the Prussian corps, under command of General Werner, crossing the Randow River.
c Position Werner's Corps in front of Pasewalk.
d Position of the Swedish corps under command of General Ehrensvärd on the opposite side of Pasewalk.
e Swedish redoubts made for the defence of the suburbs.
f Prussian attack made by one battalion of volunteers and grenadiers who became masters of the redoubts and took their Swedish defenders prisoners. The Prussian corps then continued its attack against Pasewalk but, achieving nothing, was obliged to retire to Löcknitz and Stettin.

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Copyright: Dinos Antoniadis

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current21:05, 7 December 2021Thumbnail for version as of 21:05, 7 December 2021994 × 751 (219 KB)RCouture (talk | contribs)Map of the Prussian raid on Pasewalk on October 3, 1760 '''Key to the map''': '''a''' Swedish outpost near Löcknitz consisting of 200 volunteers and 100 hussars, partly made prisoners of war when attacked by a Prussian corps marching from Stettin on Pasewalk.<br> '''b''' March of the Prussian corps, under command of General Werner, crossing the Randow River.<br> '''c''' Position Werner's Corps in front of Pasewalk.<br> '''d''' Position of the Swedish corps under command of General Ehrensvär...

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