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Numerology information Hussar:
- Name Number: 5. Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Hussar:
- bored 1: "im sooo bored" bored 2: "yer same" bored 1: "i no lets watch the hussars" bored 1 & 2: *stare in astonishment* bored 1 & 2 *burst out laughing* bored 1: " well that certainly cheered me up" bored 2: "ahhh thats much better"
- So I heard this story about a French Hussar who surprised a group of British troops just before Waterloo. He came out of the trees and challenged a British dragoon. The dragoon was so scared that instead of fighting the Hussar he pulled out his carbine and tried to shoot him but he missed. So he kept reloading his carbine and shooting and missing. This went on for some time, the French Hussar shouting to the British Dragoon to fight like a man, until a Belgian hussar rode forward and accepted the French Hussar's challenge. They fought for a while but neither bested the other and they sheathed their sabers and shook hands and rode their separate ways. As he rode back, the Belgian Hussar just looked at the British dragoon and shook his head and laughed.
Songs about Hussar:
- The Faithful Hussar by Louis Armstong & His All-Stars from the Album Ambassador Satch
- The Gallant Hussar by Solas from the Album For Love and Laughter
- Gallant Hussar by Eliza Carthy from the Album Rough Music
- Regimental Call Fanfare And Slow March - The Royal Hussars (PWO) by The Regimental Band Of The Royal Hussars from the Album Famous Fanfares
- The Faithful Hussar by Louis Armstrong from the Album Armstrong Comes Alive
- The Faithful Hussar by Louis Armstrong from the Album Louis Armstrong v Praze
- The 13th Hussars by The Band of the 13th & 18th Royal Hussars from the Album Queen Mary's Own
- The 18th Hussars by The Band of the 13th & 18th Royal Hussars from the Album Queen Mary's Own
- 27 2- and 3- Part Choruses, BB 111, Vol. 4: No. 1. Huszarnota (Hussar) by Schola Hungarica from the Album Bartok: 27 2- and 3- Part Choruses
- 27 2- and 3- Part Choruses, BB 111, Vol. 4: No. 1. Huszarnota (Hussar) by Cantemus from the Album Bartok, B.: Choral Works, Vol. 2
Books about Hussar:
- Polish Winged Hussar 1576-1775 (Warrior) - Jul 25, 2006 by Richard Brzezinski and Velimir Vuksic
- White: A Decade - Apr 1, 2012 by Michael Hussar
- Russian Hussar: A Story of the Imperial Cavalry 1911-1920 - Apr 1993 by Vladimir S. Littauer
- Hussars and mounted rifles : uniforms of the Imperial German Cavalry, 1900-1914 - 1974 by Douglas Herbert Hagger
- Armoured Hussars 2: Images of the 1st Polish Armoured Division, Normandy, August 1944 - Oct 19, 2015 by Jan Jarzembowski and David Bradley
- HUSSARS, HORSES AND HISTORY - Sep 2007 by John Strawson
- Officers and Soldiers of The French Hussars 1804 - 1812 : Volume 3 - From the 9th to the 14th Regiment - the Hundred... - Nov 2007 by Andre Jouineau and Jean-Marie Mongin
- Officers and Soldiers of the French Hussars, Vol. 2: From the 1st to the 8th Regiment, 1804-1812 - Jun 2006 by Andre Jouineau
- British Hussar regiments, 1805-1914 - 1972 by A. H. Bowling
- The Hussar - 1960 by Gregor Von Rezzori and Catherine Hutter
Movies about Hussar:
- Ant, Adam - The Blueblack Hussar2015 NR
- Hussar Ballad / Gusarskaya ballada1962
- Adam Ant: The Blueblack Hussar2014 G
- The Faithful Hussar Unrated
- The Faithful Hussar1954 Unrated
- Christmas Gift Pack - Adam Ant: The Blueblack Hussar [NON USA FORMATTED VERSION REGION 2 DVD] + Ye Old Cornish...2014
- Say a word about a Poor Hussar1980 by Ryazanov
Wiki information Hussar:
Hussar refers to a number of types of light cavalry. This type of cavalry first appeared in the Hungarian army of King Matthias Corvinus. The title and distinctive dress of these horsemen were subsequently widely adopted by light cavalry regiments in...
- Polish hussars
The Polish Hussars, or Winged Hussars, were one of the main types of the cavalry in the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland between the 16th and 18th centuries. When this cavalry type was first introduced by the Serbian and Hungarian mercenary horsemen in...
- Statistical region, Dated location, Location, City/Town/Village
Hussar is a village in southern Alberta, Canada within Wheatland County. It is located on Highway 561, approximately 93 km east of Calgary and 55 km south of Drumheller.
- Guard Hussar Regiment
- Military unit, Organization
The Guard Hussar Regiment is a special cavalry unit of the Royal Danish Army, the primary task is to train the Guard Hussars for various functions in the mobilisation force. The Guard Hussars are one of two active cavalry regiments of the Danish...
- Hussar Ballad
- Musical Film, Topic, Film
The Hussar Ballad is a 1962 Soviet musical film by Eldar Ryazanov, filmed on Mosfilm. In effect, it is one of the best loved musical comedies in Russia. With most of its dialogue delivered in verse, Ryazanov's script romanticizes the adventures of...
- Michael Hussar
- Painting Artist, Visual Artist, Person
Michael Hussar is an American painter from Southern California. He was trained at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA.
- Bruno Hussar
- Man, Person, Deceased Person
Father Bruno Hussar was the founder of Neve Shalom / Wahat al-Salam, which means "Oasis of Peace," an Arab/Jewish village dedicated to coexistence. Father Bruno derived the name from the book of Isaiah "My people shall dwell in an Oasis of Peace"....
- 1st Parachute Hussar Regiment
- Military unit, Organization
The 1st Parachute Hussar Regiment is an airborne cavalry unit in the French army, founded in 1720 by Hungarian noble Ladislas Ignace de Bercheny. It is stationed in Tarbes and is a part of the 11th Parachute Brigade.
- Comic Book Character, Fictional Character
Hussar is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. She is depicted as a member of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard.
- The Gay Hussar
- Location, Structure, Project focus, Building, Restaurant, Organization Location
The Gay Hussar is a celebrated Hungarian restaurant located at 2 Greek Street, Soho, central London, England.