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‘Armies of By Fire and Sword. Volume I’ approach!

‘Armies of By Fire and Sword. Volume I’ approach!

Our progress on the announced ‘Armies of By Fire and Sword’ is so advanced, that we decided to share with You the contents:

Royal City of Gdańsk – 2x Skirmish + 2x Divisions

Old (already available in Polish, some of them in English, all of them more or less modified) skirmish groups:

Gosiewski’s Foray (Lithuania)
Cossacks from Ovruch’s pulk
Muscovite Skirmish from Khovansky’s division in 1661
Haji Gerey Skirmish (for both Turks and Tartars)
Swedish Skirmish near Tykocin in 1656
Lithuanian Skirmish under Michał Obuchowicz in 1660
Karelia in 1656: Swedes and Muscovites

New skirmish groups:

Cossacks and Tartars Skirmish group -  August of 1651
Lipkas’ skirmish from fortress of Bar, 1672+ (both Turks and Tartars)
Foray of garrison of Słuck in 1660 (both Poles and Lithuanians)
Swedish (Finnish) Skirmish under general Horn in 1658
Muscovites under Alexander Potyomkin in 1658
Turkish garrison of Raszków in 1674
Polish-Transylvanian Skirmish in 1653 (only for Polish army)
3x Noble levy skirmish groups 1646-1660

Old divisions (all currently available in English):

- Tugay Bey (Tartars)
- Ivan Bohun in 1651 (Cossacks)
- Ivan Khovansky, 1660 (Muscovites)
- Robert Douglas in Courland, 1658-59 (Swedes)
- Cossack division from Autumn 1648
- Hussein Pasha at Khotin, 1672 (Turks)
- Jan Sobieski at Podhajce ,1667 (Poles)
- prince Bogusław Radziwiłł (Poles and Brandenburg)

New divisions:

- Lithuanians of Pawel Jan Sapieha at Podole, Autumn 1655
- Muscovites of Semen Urusov, Autumn 1655
- Allied division at Ładyżyn – 18th of July 1672 (Cossacks, Tartars and Turks)
- Allied avant-garde at Brześć, 657 (Swedes, Brandenburg and Transylvanians)
- Swedes under Stenbock at Nowy Dwor, September 1655
- Cossacks under Anton Żdanowicz,Poland,1657
- Muscovite border defense 1648-1676


- Polish pułk of lanowa infantry from voivodship of Sandomierz in 1655
- Imperial cuirassier regiment of Caprara
- Cossack camp-master
- Turkish ‘czaus’ (sultan’s messenger)
- Polish  and Lithuanian volunteers and partisans’ commanders

Note: the table of contents is not final; it will definitely expand, not shrink. We show skirmishes and divisions being grouped as “old” and “new” to make it easier for you to spot the new ones. It will be presented in the book in slightly different manner.

You may notice that there are some currently available pdfs that are missing here: Danes, Swedes from border of Halland and Scania, ‘The Invincibles’, Czarniecki’s division and Piaseczyński’s regiment. The reason is very simple – they will be published as a part of  another book, which will focus on war in Denmark and Swedish Pomerania. Our reliable Michał ‘Kadrinazi’ Paradowski gathered plenty of materials and it’s already working on it. We want to assure you that it will be worth a wait, even if You don’t play brave Danes.

Anticipating the question – the release date of the publication has not been determined yet.
As of the release date for the “Armies of By Fire and Sword” – we aim for December 2015. For the first time in history of BFaS we would like to publish both Polish and English versions at the same time

By Fire and Sword Team

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