The Winged Hussars (known also as the Polish Hussars) were a type of shock cavalry used by the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. The Winged Hussars were formed during the 16th century and were used until the 18th century when they became obsolete as a result of the advances in military technology.
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Like many others countries in the Northern Realms, the kingdom of Kaedwen maintained a large and well-trained royal army, full of valorous commanders and brave soldiers able to tolerate the terribly cold weather of the terrain. Although the Kaedwenian soldiers were not the best swordsman of the north, they were without a doubt the best in the use of siege weapons and cavalry units. The "crème de la crème" of the Kaedwenian Army was the Dun Banner, a cavalry unit characterized by soldiers…
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