The Polish and Hungarian Fathers of the US Cavalry
The Polish and Hungarian Fathers of the US Cavalry
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Over the course of its history the United States has become a place for fulfilling one’s potential for countless immigrants from all parts of the world. However, relatively little has been said about how, during the country’s war for independence, foreign military specialists had already played a remarkably important role.  For example, the foundations of one of the defining combat arms of the period, the cavalry, were laid down by officers from two European armies, Casimir Pulaski from Poland and Michael Kovats from Hungary.

Historically, the cavalry played an especially important role in the militaries of both Poland and Hungary. This was not only due to their frequent wars with their neighbors but also the flatlands that make up much of the two counties’ territory, and which are the most suitable terrain for mounted warfare.

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