Army of Mainz

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A French fusilier carries his long muzzled musket. He wears a blue jacket and white shirt and trousers; his cartridge belt is strapped across his chest and he wears a tri-cornered hat with a red revolutionary cockade.
Fusilier of a French Revolutionary Army
Active December 1797 – February 1799
Country France
Allegiance First Republic

The Army of Mainz (Armée de Mayence) was a French Revolutionary Army set up on 9 December 1797 by splitting the Armée d'Allemagne into the Armée de Mayence and the Armée du Rhin. Part of it split off on 4 February 1799 to form the armée d'Observation, though part of the armée d'Observation then re-merged into the Armée de Mayence on 28 March that year (with the remainder forming the Armée du Danube).

Source[edit]

  • C. Clerget: Tableaux des armées françaises pendant les guerres de Révolution (Librairie militaire 1905).