File:Schaumburg-Lippe Troops 1765.jpg
Some units of the Schaumburg-Lippe-Bückeburg Army in 1765, from left to right:
- a jäger
- a grenadier
- a musketeer
- a bombardier
- an engineer
Knötel's illustration is based on the research of the military painter Carl Henckel in the archives of the Fortress of Wilhelmstein.
Source: Knötel, Richard, Uniformkunde, Lose Blätter zur Geschichte der Entwicklung der militärischen Tracht, vol. XV, plate 36, Rathenow 1890-1921
N.B.: the uniform of the bombardier and engineer have been retouched by User:RCouture to reflect the results of findings in the Staatsarchiv Bückeburg indicating that the uniform of artillery were dark blue. Knötel illustrates light blue uniform for these two corps.
Courtesy: Zahn Collection
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