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It was a heavy wagon given protective sides with firing slits and heavy firepower from either a cannon or a force of hand-gunners and crossbowmen, supported by infantry using pikes and flails. Groups of them could form defensive works, but they also were used as hardpoints for Hussite formations or as firepower in pincer movements. This early use of gunpowder and innovative tactics helped a largely peasant infantry stave off attacks by the Holy Roman Empire larger forces of mounted knights.
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- General information regarding the Hussite forces
- Google Books The Hussite Wars 1419-36 by Stephen Turnbull
- Hussite Warwagon painting
- Hussite history summary
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