Austro Hungarian Hussar Sabre

Product Code : HRS-1011

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Napoleon may have been won many battles with the cold calculation of artillery, but a general who won his victories with daring horse-and-sword Hussar cavalry was Andreas Graf Hadik of Austria.
Hungarian Hussar Sabre with ornate engraving on brass hilt and scabbard mountings. This Officers Saber of the Austro-Hungarian Hussars is made with a tempered high-carbon steel blade that has been etched with sun, moon and stars on bright steel blade. Overall length 103cm.
However it was in the War of the Austrian Succession (1740-48) that he showed the depth of his talents as a crafty light cavalry Hussar. Hadik applied himself to waging a successful "petite guerre" against Prussians using deception and surprise attacks to keep his enemy off balance near the city of Neisse. Hadik was one of the few bright spots for Austria during that war and Hadik was rewarded with the rank of General by war's end, He applied himself to waging a successful "petite guerre" against Prussians using deception and surprise attacks to keep his enemy off balance near the city of Neisse. He was one of the few bright spots for Austria during that war and Hadik was rewarded with the rank of General by war's end.