Figurines de Cosaques Russes des Guerres Napoléoniennes, 1796–1814

Cosaques des Guerres Napoléoniennes

The term "Kosak", probably d’origine turque, describes an independent man, adventurer ou vagabond. Les cosaqueries slaves were established in the 16th century, when the Muscovite laws of serfdom were tightened up in order to permanently tie the peasants au terre russe. Thousands of people fled into the uninhabited grass steppe along the Don et Dnjepr rivers, an area bordered by the Muscovite Empire in the North, la République des Deux Nations Pologne-Lituanie in the West, et the Khanates in the South et East. Cosaques paid no poll-tax, they lived in a truly democratic et very religious society, et they were considered exceptionally hospitable et cleanly en 19e siècle. En 1802, the number des cosaques on active military duty was estimated at 100,000 men, approximately 22 percent de l’armée russe. Cosaques were excellent scouts, who continuously harrassed et attacked the enemy during et advance ou withdrawal.

Figurines disponibles

  • Cosaque, Platows Regiment, 1812, 1/30 del Prado Kavallerie 008
  • Cosaques, Commandement, 25 mm Wargames Foundry SYWC1
  • Cosaques, personnages, 25 mm Wargames Foundry SYWC2
  • Cosaques Lanciers de Starik, 25 mm Wargames Foundry SYWC3
  • Cosaques Lanciers d’Ivan, 25 mm Wargames Foundry SYWC4
  • Cosaques Lanciers de Stenka, 25 mm Wargames Foundry SYWC5
  • Cosaques, personnages et commandement, 25 mm Wargames Foundry SYWC6
  • Cosaques, personnages, 25 mm Wargames Foundry SYWC7
  • Cosaques, éclaireurs, 25 mm Wargames Foundry SYWC8
  • Cosaques, 20 mm Hinton Hunt BB159
  • Cosaques, 1/72 HaT Industrie 8006
  • Cosaques de la Garde, 1/72 Zvezda 8018
  • Cosaques, 1/72 Italeri 6042
  • Cosaques du Don, 15 mm Old Glory RIC-01
  • Cosaques d’Oural, 15 mm Old Glory RIC-02
  • Paysans Cosaques, 15 mm Old Glory RIC-03
  • Artillerie Cosaque, 15 mm Old Glory RIC-05

Depending on the size de la cosaquerie, régiments de cosaques should have had 500 to 1,000 men, organized into squadrons (sotnia) of 100 Kazaki (cosaque) lanciers led by a Rittmeister, two to three subalterns, an ensign, et dix sous-officiers. This regimental strength was rarely maintained in the field. During the 1812–1814 campaigns, the average regimental strength was between 80 et 120 men. Les cosaqueries russes were recruited from Cosaques du Don, Cosaques de l’Oural, Cosaques Zaporogues, Tschurgujewski Cosaques, Cosaques d’Orenbourg, Cosaques Caucasiens, Cosaques Sibériens, Cosaques du Bug, Cosaques Ukrainiens, et autres cosaqueries. Les Cosaques du Don contributed the largest contingent des cosaqueries avec more than 14,000 hommes en 1802.


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Figurines des Guerres Napoléoniennes