Übersetzung für 'zouaves' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   Zouave | Zouaves
zouaves {pl} [one pair]
Zouave-Hose {f} [auch: Zouavenhose]
Papal Zouaves [also: papal zouaves] [Zuavi Pontifici]
päpstliche Zuaven {pl}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The emperor added a regiment of Zouaves to the Guard in 1855, selected from the three existing regiments of zouaves first raised in 1830.
  • The word chechia also designates the long soft cap, adopted by certain French colonial military forces, such as: the zouaves, the tirailleurs and the spahis.
  • After a brief establishment period during which the Regulares wore white indigenous dress, the new corps was issued with uniforms modelled on those of the French zouaves.
  • In the 1830s the original zouaves were volunteers from a tribal group which provided mercenaries for both the Turkish and French rulers of Algeria.
  • •May 1940 — Army of Africa (France) — 14 regiments of zouaves, 42 regiments of Algerian, Tunisian and Moroccan tirailleurs, 12 regiments and demi-brigades of the Foreign Legion and 13 battalions of African Light Infantry were serving on all fronts.

  • The latter can be dressed in costumes of outfielders, grenadiers, zouaves, etc.
  • The unit engaged in fund-raising efforts featuring infantry drill teams and zouaves looking "very natty in their bright uniforms."
  • The film depicts a group of men in Coaticook, Quebec who are performing the roles of the papal zouaves in a historical reenactment of Capture of Rome during the Italian Risorgimento.
  • It is one of only two musical units in the world (the other being the Band of the Barbados Regiment) that wears the traditional uniform of the zouaves.
  • French officers of North African regiments such as the zouaves and the Algerian tirailleurs continued to wear Austrian knots in gold braid on the sleeves of their colourful full-dress uniforms until 1939.

  • A detachment of sixty zouaves under Lieutenant Pinelli was attacked with stones, and responded by fixing bayonets and charging the crowd.
  • He studied music at the National Conservatory in Paris and before age 20 joined the body of French Zouaves, in which he came to hold the rank of captain.
  • He was a sergeant of the 2nd mixed regiment of "zouaves" and riflemen in 1916 when he was wounded before the fort of Douaumont.
  • Later promoted to colonel Dérigoin served in the First World War, fighting in battle alongside French zouaves against the German Guards Corps.
  • An army of volunteers was created in 1860: the Papal zouaves ("zuavi pontifici") under the command of general de La Moricière.

  • Many of his sermons were printed; among them are one to the papal zouaves returning from Rome (1871), and a funeral oration on Mgr. Bourget (1885).
  • The Zouaves were a class of light infantry regiments of the French Army serving between 1830 and 1962 and linked to French North Africa; as well as some units of other countries modelled upon them.
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