CHASSEURS. Certain light infantry troops were known as Jägers in the German army and as chasseurs in the French and British army. Even the Germans, however, used the term "chasseurs" for those Jägers who were part of a regiment, as opposed to those who were in von Wurmb's Jäger Corps.
SEE ALSO Jägers.
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