Lærdalske Jæger 1808
Lærdalske Jæger 1808
Lærdalske Jæger 1808

Lærdalske Jæger 1808

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The Lærdalske Light Infantry Company also known as Leirdalske Light Infanterie Compagnie was a The Leirdalske Skiløber Compagnie Norwegian military unit created in 1801, first named (ski troopers), but was renamed Light Infantry Company the following in the Lærdal county to Hedmark county and took part In the spring of 1808 the company marched from battles during the war with Sweden in 1808 and 1814. Lærdalske Light Infantry Company took part in the companies in Norwegian military history. The from Lærdal made them one of most famous military created, and the courage and effords of the soldiers However, after much trouble the regiment was during the Nordic Napoleonic Wars in 1807-1814. it came to rebellion when they were conscripted county of Lærdal from all military service. Thus of the 1500s had exempted the people of the Company was not easy because a royal prerogative or cavalry. The establishment of the Lærdalske infantry from attacks of enemy heavy infantry infantry could intervene to protect the light heavy infantry from harassing fire, and the heavy with heavy infantry, where they could screen the fought in open-order, often in close co-ordination delaying the enemy advance. The Lærdalske Company ahead of the main body of infantry, harassing and whose job was to provide a skirmishing screen year. Light infantry (or skirmishers) are soldiers Battle of Trangen and Battle on Jerpset. Border Guard in the capital Oslo and went to In 1813-1814 the company also participated as combat again during the summer of 1814.

 

Håndlaget 54 mm tinnsoldat av norsk Jæger fra Lærdalske Lette Infanteri Compagnie i 1808.