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This list covers the pre-Civil War English armies of the reign of Charles I, including the overseas expeditions to Spain and France and the two Bishops’ Wars of 1639 and 1640. It also includes various armies in Ireland from 1634, when the army was organised by Viscount Wentworth, through its partial disbandment on his impeachment, reinforcement on the outbreak of the Irish rebellion in 1641, and fragmentation following the cessation of 1643 which allowed some troops to be sent to fight for the king in England.

At the end of the day both Gustavus and the inspirational Imperial cavalry general, Papenheim, were dead, and the cream of the Swedish infantry had been shattered. However, Wallenstein had also lost heavily and chose to withdraw under cover of darkness, which allowed the Swedes to claim victory as they held the field. The death of Gustavus was a serious blow to the Swedes and they were somewhat paralysed by his loss. Politically the chancellor, Oxenstierna, now led Sweden, but who was to lead the army was less clear.

Even then this was no guarantee that the cavalry would do well; one account from the Battle of Lützen in 1632 states: “Had not our foote stoode like a wall, there had not a man of us come off alive … our horse did but poorely”. The Swedish and German cavalry at the Battle of Lützen are shown as being deployed 3 ranks deep, unlike the Imperialists who are 6 deep. com EARLY THIRTY YEARS’ WAR SWEDISH EARLY THIRTY YEARS’ WAR SWEDISH The Yellow Regiment at Lützen 1632, by Richard Hook © Osprey Publishing Ltd.

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