ATTACK ON THE CENTER OF THE VILLAGE OF LEUTHEN
On the left the Prussian battalions on the move towards the center of the village.
Top: in the background the Protestant church and on the far right the little palace of the village (in Polish, considering that Leuthen is now in Poland "dworek")
Top and bottom: in evidence how it's possible to split a battalion in companies for the fighting inside the village.
Dworek in the center of the village. Usually the main villages of Middle Europe, like Poland or Hungary had a kind of mansion, usually own by the local noble. This was particularly true in Poland ; this mansion are called in Polish dworek or dwòr. In this case, the dworek in the center of the village has been seized by the Austrian General Staff. In front of the dworek a little detachment of the Eszterhazy Hussar Regiment. Two captains of this regiment are next to the Prince of Lorraine and to the Count von Daun
Again the dworek, with the Protestant church
The Prussian battalions on the advance towards the village.