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 Post subject: Re: Simple soldier's equipment ...Army equipment 1700-1720
PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2012 1:52 pm 
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The Swedes provided one cavalry regiment to the Netherlands 1694-98. The Colonel was Kjell Christoffel von Barnekow. It consisted of 6 companies each of 76 men. Raised primarily from excess personnel from the Pommerska kavalleriregementet and the Bremiska Kavalleriregementet.

Initially, 6 infantry regiments were provided. One of which was raised in Sweden, while the others were raised in the German provinces. The Swedish regiment was commanded by Gustav Moritz Graf von Löwenhaupt. It was raised partly through normal recruitment methods and partly from drafts from seven Swedish Indelta (National) regiments, as well as the Tyska Livregemente and Svenska Livregemente.

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 Post subject: Re: Simple soldier's equipment ...Army equipment 1700-1720
PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2012 4:12 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Simple soldier's equipment ...Army equipment 1700-1720
PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2012 9:18 am 
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I contact the Swedish Military Archives on an answer on this issue and they sent me the following image below. I think the Swedes are grouped where I have marked out with red paint.


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The North Scanian Cavalry Regiment

Swedish name: Norra Skånska kavalleriregementet.

The regiment was first established 1658 as the Scanian Cavalry Regiment (Skånska kavalleriregementet). The regiment was attached to the Allotment System in 1680.

The regiment received the name The Mounted North Scanian Regiment (Norra Skånska regementet till häst) in 1676. When linked to the Allotment System they received the name the North Scanian Cavalry Regiment (Norra Skånska kavalleriregementet, K5) in 1682.
In 1801 the name was changed to the Scanian Dragoon Regiment of the Line (Skånska linjedragonregementet) and in 1807 the Scanian Hussar Regiment (Skånska husarregementet).
In 1893 the regiment was reorganized into an enlisted regiment.

The regiment was disestablished in 1927.

The regiment's history goes back to the Lybeck’s Scanian Horsemen established in the county Kristianstad and Hälsingborg in 1658. Two years later, four of the companies were transferred to the Bohus-Jämtland Cavalry Squadron (Bohus-Jämtlands kavalleriskvadron) in the province of Jämtland.

The regiment was allotted with 1000 "rusthåll".
Hence, the regiment had 1000 cavalrymen and formed 8 squadrons. All of the "rusthåll" was in the northern and western parts of province of Skåne (542 in the county of Malmöhus, 458 in the county of Kristianstad).

Names of the Squadrons making up the Regiment: The Life Squadron, The Lieutenant Colonel's Squadron, The Major's Squadron, Sanby Squadron, Billesholms Squadron, Landskrona Squadron, Bjäre härads Squadron, Månstorps Squadron.
In 1833 the regiment was reorganized into 10 squadrons.

Location of the primary Garrison of the Regiment: From 1897 Helsingborg.
Training camp: From 1690 Ljungbyhed.


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 Post subject: Re: Simple soldier's equipment ...Army equipment 1700-1720
PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2012 4:38 pm 
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July 6, 2012 at. 10:00 to July 8, 2012 at. 16:00.
Reenactment of the Battle of Gadebusch in 1712.


http://www.schwedenschlacht.de/start.html.


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 Post subject: Re: Simple soldier's equipment ...Army equipment 1700-1720
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The Bohuslän Dragoon Regiment, (Bohuslän Regiment, I17)

Swedish name: Bohusläns regemente

When the Swedish-Danish War of 1657 - 1658 ended in 1658 the southern provinces of today's Sweden became Swedish territory. One of the provinces was Bohuslän.
Both a cavalry unit and a dragoon unit were established in the province in 1661. Both units were organized into 2 companies of 150 man each.

The cavalry unit was called the Bohus and Jämtland Cavalry Battalion (Bohus-Jämtlands kavalleribataljon). In 1670 the unit received the name the Bohuslän Cavalry Company (Bohusläns kavallerikompani).

The dragoon unit was organized into a regiment and consisted of the two Bohuslän companies, four companies from the province of Skåne (Swedish in 1658) and two companies from the province of Jämtland. The regiment received the name The Dragoon Regiment of the former Dansih Provinces or The Skåne-Bohuslän-Jämtland Dragoon Regiment.
In 1670 the regiment received the name The Skåne-Bohuslän Dragoon Regiment and in 1679 the Bohuslän Dragoon Battalion.
The regiment was linked to the Allotment System in 1685.
The dragoon regiment numbered 504 soldiers organized into 8 companies. All of the "rotar" were located within the northern part of the province of Bohuslän. The regiment was also called the Green Dragoons.

Besides of the units mentioned above, another cavalry regiment was quartered in the province of Bohuslän in 1660. This regiment was organized into 4 companies. In command of the regiment was Colonel Rutger von Ascheberg.
In 1674 he received orders to establish an enlisted cavalry regiment. The cavalrymen were to be recruited in the southern part of Bohuslän and in the province of Halland.
The new regiment was established with the cavalrymen of his regiment plus the Bohuslän Cavalry unit mentioned above as a base for the new regiment.
The regiment was given the name the Queen Dowager's Mounted Life Regiment (Riksänkedrottningens livregemente till häst).
The regiment was also called the Aschberg's Regiment (Aschebergska regementet).

The regiment was reorganized in 1684 into an allotted regiment with "rusthåll". The regiment numbered 800 men with 4 companies i southern Bohuslän and 4 in Halland.
The two companies in Jämtland were separated from the regiment in 1675. They were replaced with two new companies in Bohuslän the same year.

The Dragoon Regiment was merged with the 4 cavalry companies of the Queen Dowager's Life Regiment in 1720 and formed a new regiment called The Bohuslän Cavalry and Dragoon regiment (Bohusläns kavalleri- och dragonregemente). The new regiment numbered 904 men.
The north battalion remained organized as dragoons and the south battalion as cavalry.

In 1727 the regiment was reorganized into a dragoon regiment and received the name The Bohuslän Dragoon Regiment (Bohusläns dragonregemente).
The Halland part of the regiment was disestablished and transferred to the Navy's "båtsmanhåll" (the system of providing seamen for the Navy).

In 1776 the regiment received the name The Bohuslän Light Dragoon Regiment (Bohusläns lätta dragonregemente).
The North Battalion was reorganized into infantry with 504 "rotar" in 1776. In 1791 also the South Battalion was reorganized into infantry. As infantry the regiment received the name The Bohuslän Regiment (Bohusläns regemente).
All of the "rotar" were located within the province of Bohuslän.

The Bohuslän Regiment was disestablished in 1992.

Names of the Companies making up the Regiment: The Life Company, The Lieutenant Colonel's Company, The Major's Company, Södernäs kompani, Bullarens and Söderbygdens Company, Södra Company, Tanums Company and Fräkne Company.

Location of the primary Garrison of the Regiment: From 1913, Uddevalla. Training Camp: From 1692 Stenehed, from 1724 also Backamo (south of Uddevalla), from 1770 only at Backamo.

The Official Regimental Colors: Green


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 Post subject: Re: Simple soldier's equipment ...Army equipment 1700-1720
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Swedish name: Upplands regemente

The regiment was first established in 1626 as the Uppland Regiment. The regiment was linked to the Allotment System in December 5, 1682.

In 1904 the regiment received the name The Uppland Infantry Regiment. In 1928 the regiment once again received the name The Uppland Regiment.

The regiment was disestablished in 1957. The Uppland Signal Regiment moved into the barracks of the Uppland Regiment the very same year.

The regiment's history goes back to the "fänikor" that was raised in the province of Uppland in the 16th century. In the 1620's, King Gustav II Adolf formed a "landsregemente" - a Grand Regiment, from the Uppland fänikor and from fänikor in the provinces of Dalarna and Västmanland.
In 1626 the Grand Regiment was split up into three independent regiments, The Uppland Regiment, The Västmanland Regiment and the Dal Regiment (The Dalecarlia Regiment).

As a result of the Constitution adopted in 1634 the Army was reorganized. The Uppland regiment was then referred to as the "1st Regiment".

The regiment was allotted with 1200 "rotar".
Hence, the Regiment had 1200 soldiers organized into 8 companies. All of the "rotar" were located within the province of Uppland. The County of Uppsala contained 957 of the "rotar" while 243 "rotar" were from the county of Stockholm.

Names of the Companies making up the Regiment in 1682: The Life Company, The Lieutenant Colonel's Company, The Major's Company, Hundra härads Company, Rasbo Company, Sigtuna Company, Hagunda Company and Bälings Company.

Uniform before the standard uniform: Red coat with yellow cuffs (1675). The regiment received the standard uniform (the blue and yellow Carolean uniform) in1691.

Location of the primary Garrison of the Regiment: From 1912, Uppsala. Training camp: Prior to 1680 Kronoparken, from1680 Öresundsbro and from 1681 Polacksbacken (south of the castle).

The Official Regimental Colors: Red and yellow


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The Skaraborg Regiment, I9

Swedish name: Skaraborgs regemente.

The regiment was first established in 1624 as the Skaraborg Regiment. The regiment was linked to the Allotment System in 1684.

In 1939 the regiment was extended with an armored battalion. In 1942 the regiment was reorganized into an armored regiment and received the name The Skaraborg Armored Regiment.
In 1963 the regiment once again received the name The Skaraborg Regiment.

The regiment's history goes back to the "fänikor" that was raised in the province of Västergötland in the 1550's . In the 1613, King Gustav II Adolf formed a "landsregemente" - a Grand Regiment, from the Västergötland fänikor and from fänikor in the provinces of Dalsland.
In 1624 the Grand Regiment was split up into three independent regiments, The Skaraborg Regiment, The Älvsborg Regiment and the Västgöta-Dal Regiment.

As a result of the Constitution adopted in 1634 the Army was reorganized. The Skaraborg regiment was then referred to as the "Second Regiment".

The regiment was allotted with 1200 "rotar".
Hence, the Regiment had 1200 soldiers organized into 8 companies. All of the "rotar" were located within the county of Skaraborg.

Names of the Companies making up the Regiment in 1682: The Life Company, The Lieutenant Colonel's Company, The Major's Company, Vartofta Company, Skåninge Company, Kåkinds Company, Willska Company and Norra Wassbo Company.

Uniform before the standard uniform: Yellow coat with black cuffs (1676). The regiment received the standard uniform (the blue and yellow Carolean uniform) in1689.

Location of the primary Garrison of the Regiment: From 1913, Skövde. Training camp: From 1696 Axevalla hed.

The Official Regimental Colors: Black and yellow

Regimental Motto: Arvet förpliktar


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 Post subject: Re: Simple soldier's equipment ...Army equipment 1700-1720
PostPosted: Wed Jan 18, 2012 8:18 pm 
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What a great thread

If anyone wanted to start a GNW Project / Swedish Army this is the place to come to.

Thanks for all the sharing of info

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 Post subject: Re: Simple soldier's equipment ...Army equipment 1700-1720
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The Närke-Värmland Regiment,

Swedish name: Närke-Värmlands regemente.

The regiment was first established in 1624 as the Närke-Värmland Regiment. The Närke part of the regiment was linked to the Allotment System in May 11th 1686 and the Värmland part in June 25th 1688.

The regiment was divided in 1812 into two new regiments, The Närke Regiment (I21) and the Värmland Regiment (I22).

The history of the Närke-Värmland Regiment goes back to the "fänikor" that was raised in the provinces of Värmland and Dalsland in the 16th century.
In 1614, King Gustav II Adolf formed a "landsregemente" - a Grand Regiment, from the "fänikor" in the provinces of Värmland, Närke and Södermanland. This grand regiment numbered 3600 soldiers.
In 1624 the Grand Regiment was split up into two independent regiments, The Södermanland Regiment and the Närke-Värmland Regiment.

As a result of the Constitution adopted in 1634 the Army was reorganized. The Närke-Värmland regiment was then referred to as the "19th Regiment".

The regiment was allotted with 1674 "rotar".
Hence, the Regiment had 1674 soldiers organized into 10 companies. All of the "rotar" were located within the provinces of Närke and Värmland.
(474 "rotar" formed 3 companies in Närke and 1200 "rotar" formed 7 companies in Värmland).

Names of the Companies making up the Regiment in 1682:
Närke; The Life Company, The Major's Company and Örebro Company.
Värmland; The Lieutenant Colonel's Company, Kristinehamns Company, Älvdals Company, Karlstads Company, Jösse härads Company, Näs Company (Näs härads company) and Nordmarks Company.

Uniform before the standard uniform: Red coat with blue cuffs (1675) and Red coat with white cuffs (1676). The regiment received the standard uniform (the blue and yellow Carolean uniform) in 1691.

Training camp: Between 1684 and 1817 1774 Västra fältet in Kristinehamn.


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The Älvsborg Regiment

Swedish name: Älvsborgs regemente.

The regiment was first established in 1624 as the Älvsborg Regiment. The regiment was linked to the Allotment System in 1683.

In 1949 the regiment was reorganized into an armored infantry regiment. In 1963 the regiment once again was reorganized and this time back to a regular infantry regiment.

1624 - 1648:When the regiment was set up in 1624, these districts border country when Skåne, Blekinge, Halland and Bohuslän still belonged to Denmark. Sweden's "eye" to the west the sea was Gothenburg and Älvsborg fort. Rotarna the regiment was in the seven counties in Alvsborg County, Mark, Bollebygd Kind, Redväg, Ås, gas and wood (cf. expression Sjuhäradsbygden) and Gothenburg (9 roots).

The regiment's first manager was Nils Ribbing. The regiment was among the troops at the end of June 1626 landed in Prussia. Attended September 21, 1626 at the Battle of Mewe when the Poles turned back. On August 8, 1627 the regiment took part in the battle of Dirschau. In this battle the wounded King Gustav II Adolf seriously when he was struck by a bullet in the shoulder. In 1628 the regiment took part in the siege of Strassburg in September. In 1629 the regiment was to Sweden to be supplemented. In June 1631 shipped one battalion under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Bengt Persson Pilefelt, to Germany and took part this year in the siege of Rostock and Wismar. Between 1632 and 1635 was the battalion in garrison in Buxtehude. Much the same was slammed battalion to Sweden during the 1635th The dependent part of the regiment had meanwhile strengthened to 10 companies and shipped to Germany 1635th Former head of Jönköping Regiment, by Lars Kagge, will now head over Älvsborgs regiment. The battalions are in the next few years alternating between Sweden and the continent. In 1642 becomes Bengt Ribbing regimental chief. The battalion was in Sweden in 1644 was strengthened to 12 companies and participated in Horn's campaign in Skåne. Two companies participated in the siege of Prague in September - October 1648.

Charles X's War, 1655 - 1660:
In 1655 becomes Bengt Lilliehöök regimental chief. That same year, attended the six companies who were stationed in Pomerania under Colonel Drakensberg officer of Field Marshal Wittenberg expedition to Poland. On July 15, 1655, these companies with the Battle of Uszcz. Companies were included then in Charles X's army and took part on September 6 at the Battle of Czarnowa. Also participates in the siege of Marienburg in February 1656th Companies were added later in the garrison in Dantzinger-Haupt, where they remain until the end of 1659 when the fort after three months of siege must be abandoned.
In Sweden, the remaining portion of the regiment was augmented by conscription to six companies. This part was stationed in 1657 in Gothenburg before the war with Denmark.

Karl XI's war, 1675 - 1679:
Prior to the war against Denmark in 1675 were most of the regiment in garrison at Stade. In 1676, they beat back a siege of the city. In autumn 1676 the regiment was back in Sweden. Year 1677 was one battalion in garrison in Gothenburg and in 1678 was the second battalion in Skåne and participated in Karl XI's Scanian campaign and siege of Kristianstad. Gothenburg The battalion participated in the rescue of the Bohus fortress in July 1678th In 1679's the whole regiment in Capricorn army in Bohuslän, where they include in July took part in the failed attack on Uddevalla's wife.

The Great Northern War, 1700 - 1721:
In 1700 the regiment was used in the Bohuslän border. They were then at home to 1705 when parts of the regiment took part in the failed attack on the recently established Russian fortress of Cronstadt, at the head of the Gulf of Finland. They were then returned to the community in 1709 when they were called to protect the Bohuslän border. They served here until the autumn of 1712 when they were transferred to Pomerania. Then they participated in General Magnus Stenbocks Mecklenburg's campaign and the Battle of Gadebusch December 20, 1712. In this battle the regiment was amassed in two battalions of infantry and was on the right wing. Thereafter, they were with the Hollstein and was contained in the fortress of Tonningen and went into captivity along with the rest of the ibex's army at the surrender there May 7, 1713.
The regiment was set up again after the capitulation, and a battalion took part in the Norwegian campaign in 1716 when they were part of Lieutenant General Morner department that took place in Norway from Bohuslän. The regiment also participated in the 1718-year Norwegian campaign when they belonged to General Dückers department that took place in Norway over Svinesund.

Pomeranian War, 1757 - 1762: In 1758 the regiment was transferred to Pomerania on the occasion of the war with Prussia. In mid-August 1759 were numbered one battalion of the Galley Fleet under General Carpelan officers and participated September 10 in the victorious sjödrabbningen on Frisches Haff. Immediately thereafter they landed on the island of Wollin and participated in the storming of the town of that name on 16 September. The battalion entered the town from the north.
In 1760 included a battalion of Lieutenant General Ehersvärds department in August tore into the Prussian territory of Anklam and then took Pasewalck. On October 3, attacked the Prussians Pasewalck where the battalion with valor defended positions. This battalion followed in 1761 the main army and participated January 2, 1762 at the Battle of Neu-Kahlen, where the Swedish army paved the way for Malchin to rescue that trapped Spregportens dressing
The regiment's history goes back to the "fänikor" that was raised in the provinces of Västergötland and Dalsland around 1552. In the 1613, King Gustav II Adolf formed a "landsregemente" - a Grand Regiment, from the Västergötland fänikor and from the fänikor in the province of Dalsland. The Grand Regiment numbered 3000 soldiers.
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In 1624 the Grand Regiment was split up into three independent regiments, The Skaraborg Regiment, The Älvsborg Regiment and the Västgöta-Dal Regiment.

As a result of the Constitution adopted in 1634 the Army was reorganized. The Älvsborg Regiment was then referred to as the "11th Regiment".

In 1624, when the regiment was established, the provinces in the south and south west of Sweden (Skåne, Blekinge, Halland and Bohuslän) belonged to Denmark. The province of Västergötland (where the Älvsborg Regiment was established) was then a border province facing Denmark. The provinces of Skåne, Blekinge, Halland and Bohuslän became Swedish territory in 1658.

The regiment was allotted with 1200 "rotar".
Hence, the Regiment had 1200 soldiers organized into 8 companies. All of the "rotar" were located within the southern parts of province of Västergötland.

Names of the Companies making up the Regiment in 1682: The Life Company, The Lieutenant Colonel's Company, The Major's company, Södra Kinds Company, Norra Kinds Company, Redwågs Company, Åhs Company and Giesenäs Company.

Uniform before the standard uniform: Grey coat with yellow cuffs (1677). The regiment received the standard uniform (the blue and yellow Carolean uniform) in1691.

Location of the primary Garrison of the Regiment: From 1914, Borås. Training camp: Between 1685 and 1770 Timmele hed, Ulricehamn, between 1770 and 1783 Kila hed, Borås, between1784 and 1796 Örby hed, Borås and from 1797 Fristad hed, Borås.

The Official Regimental Colors: Yellow and black


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Thanks again !
One question - could you post the pictures in higher resoution ? To make the text raedable.

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A Swedish grenadier might have looked during the Great Northern War.


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Swedish soldiers during the Great Northern War.


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