HUSAR #13

In this issue of Husar we wrote about Kurt Christoph Graf von Schwerin (26 October 1684 – 6 May 1757) who was a Prussian Generalfeldmarschall, one of the leading commanders under

Share
HUSAR #12

In Husar 12 we wrote about the Battle of Borodino in 1812, it was one of the “Napoleonic wars” battle and Borodino represented the last Russian effort at stopping the French advance on

Share
HUSAR #11

  In Husar 10 we wrote about  Operation Rösselsprung (named after a knight’s move in chess), a combined airborne and ground assault by the German XV Mountain Corps and their

Share
HUSAR #10

In Husar 10 we took a closer look at the Battle of Leuctra fought on July 6, 371 BC, that gave Thebes a decisive victory over Sparta. We particularly tried to

Share
HUSAR #9

In the ninth issue of Husar, we wrote about Harpers Ferry, a town in West Virginia in which Harpers Ferry Armory was located. Harpers Ferry Armory was the second federal

Share
Croatian Middle ages – Crossbowmen

  Because Husar magazine was first published in Croatia, some of the topics that were published in those first Croatian issues of Husar were never re-written for the German versions

Share
HUSAR #8

  In this issue of Husar we wrote about the Battle of Tarawa in 1943 that took place at the Tarawa Atoll in the Gilbert Islands and it was fought

Share
HUSAR #7

In the seventh issue of Husar we continue the story from Husar 6 about Gallipoli in 1915, we also wrote about the Battle of Prokhorovka in 1943 that was part

Share
HUSAR #6

  In the sixth issue of Husar we took a closer look at the naval attack of the French and British forces in 1915 on Turkish forces in the Dardanelles.

Share
HUSAR #5

  In the fifth issue of Husar we wrote about: the Japanese battleship Yamato that was the lead ship of the Yamato class of Imperial Japanese Navy World War II battleships,

Share