Chilean and Swedish Military | The Last Remnants of Prussia

Chile and Sweden both adopted the traditional Prussian uniforms during the 19th century. While Chile in 1886 emulated the Prussian military style altogether Sweden maintained their own style. In 1845 the first pickelhaube helmets was quickly adopted by Swedish military. Prussian officers was appointed to organize and train the Chilean military and they went as far as adopting the Prussian doctrine. German and Swedish relations has always been productive throughout the history sharing military styles and doctrines. The German Empire in 1871 based their aggressive doctrine entirely on the Swedish Carolean Army. And the Swedish pro-German stance was well known between 1914 and 1945.

Prussia: Animated History

Ordensburg Marienburg

Hohenzollern Castle

Neues Palais (Potsdam) + Sanssouci Park

Burg Namedy + Andernach

Schloss Stolzenfels

Berliner Stadtschloss

Schloss Wilhelmshöhe + Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe

Kurfürstliches Schloss in Koblenz

Potsdamer Stadtschloss

Jagdschloss Glienicke

Prussian Infantry under Frederick the Great

Danzig/Bromberg Massacre 1939

The last of tree videos about the territories that was stolen from Germany by Polackistan and Russiastan.

Denmark–Germany relations

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