List of Imperial German Uhlan Regiments

List of Imperial German Uhlan Regiments

German Uhlan Regiments

# State Regiment Formed
1 Garde-Ulanen-Regiment Nr.1 Potsdam
2 Garde-Ulanen-Regiment Nr.2 Berlin
3 Garde-Ulanen-Regiment Nr.3 Potsdam
1 West Prussia Ulanen-Regiment Kaiser Alexander III von Rußland Nr.1 Militsch, Ostrowo
2 Ulanen-Regiment von Katzler Nr.2 Gleiwitz, Pleß
3 Ulanen-Regiment Kaiser Alexander II von Rußland Nr.3 Fürstenwalde
4 Ulanen-Regiment von Schmidt Nr.4 Thorn
5 Westfälisches Ulanen-Regiment Nr.5 Düsseldorf
6 Thüringisches Ulanen-Regiment Nr.6[1] Hanau
7 Ulanen-Regiment Großherzog Friedrich von Baden Nr.7 Saarbrücken
8 Ulanen-Regiment Graf zu Dohna Nr.8 Gumbinnen, Stallupönen
9 2. Pommersches Ulanen-Regiment Nr.9 Demmin
10 Ulanen-Regiment Prinz August von Württemberg Nr.10 Züllichau
11 Ulanen-Regiment Graf Haeseler Nr.11 Saarburg
12 Lithauisches Ulanen-Regiment Nr.12 Insterburg
13 Königs-Ulanen-Regiment Nr.13 Hannover
14 2. Hannoversches Ulanen-Regiment Nr.14 Avold, Mörchingen
15 Schleswig-Holsteinisches Ulanen-Regiment Nr.15 Saarburg
16 Ulanen-Regiment Hennigs von Treffenfeld Nr.16 Saarburg
17 Kgl. Sächs.1. Ulanen-Regiment Kaiser Franz Josef von Österreich, König von Ungarn Nr.17 Oschatz
18 Kgl. Sächs.2. Ulanen-Regiment Nr.18 Leipzig
19 Ulanen-Regiment König Karl Nr.19 Ulm, Wiblingen
20 Ulanen-Regiment König Wilhelm I Nr.20 Ludwigsburg
21 Kgl. Sächs.3. Ulanen-Regiment Kaiser Wilhelm II, König von Preußen Nr.21 Chemnitz
1 Bavaria Kgl.Bayer. 1.Ulanen Regiment Bamberg
2 Bavaria Kgl.Bayer. 2.Ulanen Regiment Ansbach

Notes

External links

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