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The Third Reserve Army of Observation was a Russian army created during 1811 as an impromptu force to watch the Austrian frontier when it became apparent that the Austrian Emperor would possibly send troops into Russia as part of the French invasion of Russia.


Commander-in-Chief General of the Cavalry A.P.Tormasov
Chief of Staff General Major I.N.Inzov
General-quartermaster - Colonel R.E.Renni
Duty General - Fligel-Adjutant Colonel K.F.Oldekop
Chief of Artillery - General Major I.Kh.Sivers

  • Group of General of the Infantry S.M.Kamensky 1st
  • Group of General Lieutenant E.I.Markov
  • Group of General Lieutenant Baron F.V.Osten-Saken
  • Cavalry group of the General Major Graf K.O.Lambert

The total strength of the Army was 60 battalions, 76 squadrons, 10 cossack regiments, and 168 guns.

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