|Caption||Uhlans. The "Death Ride" of the Prussian Uhlans at Mars-le-Tour in 1980 was similar to Britain's Light Cavalry charge at Balaclava - heroic, but costly. Right (l to r) an Austrian Uhlan (1815), a Russian Uhlan (1812), and an Uhlan of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw (1807-14). Top right, czapkas, the traditional headgear of the lancer - left, Prussian Uhlan helmet; right, Uhlan czapja used in bad weather; bottom right, a Russian model with a rear flap that could be turned down in the rain. Original artwork for illustrations on pp10-11 in Look and Learn issue no 690 (5 April 1975). Lent to Look and Learn for scanning by The Gallery of Illustration.|
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|Keywords||Uhlans Death Ride head dress head-dress cavalry horses guns battle soldiers warriors death|
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