16th (Schleswig-Holstein) Hussars "Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria, King of Hungary"
|16th (Schleswig-Holstein) Hussars
"EmperorFrancis Joseph of Austria,
King of Hungary"
|Husaren-Regiment Kaiser Franz-Joseph von Österreich,
König von Ungarn (Schleswig-Holsteinisches) Nr. 16
|Colonel-in-chief||Emperor Francis Joseph I|
The 16th (Schleswig-Holstein) Hussars “Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria, King of Hungary” were a cavalry regiment of the Royal Prussian Army. The regiment was formed in 1866. It fought in the Franco-Prussian war and World War I. In 1872 it was named after Emperor Francis Joseph I of Austria, who became its colonel-in-chief. The regiment was stationed in Gottorf Castle until its disbanding in 1918.
- "Schleswig als preußische Garnisonsstadt" [Schleswig as a Prussian garrison town] (in German). Stadtmuseum Schleswig. Retrieved 29 May 2015.
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