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and some 300 meters nearer; and I was informed by one of
the ofiicers that the yell meant, ' ' There comes the infantry in
column."

In an incredibly short time the new range of the infantry
column target had been found by one or two shells ; and then
rapid fire with shrapnel (timed at the rate of one shot every
three seconds) filled the vicinity of the target with bursting
shrapnel for about one and one-half minutes.

Then another sharp yell, and we could see suddenly a line
of soldiers' heads which appeared to spring out of the ground



352 APPENDIX.

at a distance of some 700 meters nearer, and extending almost
across the whole plain of fire. (I was afterwards told that
there were 1,000 of them — there certainly were several
hundred.)

Again the range was quickly obtained, and the shrapnel
seemed to cover the entire line — the little puffs of smoke of
the bursting shrapnel seeming to be at the right distance in
front, and just high enough to do effective work. There
were of course some wild shots, and some few short fuzes ;
but I did not notice a single failure to explode in the air. It
was wonderful shooting, but I would have been better satisfied
if I could have found out the percentage of hits.

These infantry targets were so arranged that by moving a
long lever, away off at one side out of sight and out of range,
the rows of figures could be made to show up above the slight
depressions referred to, and by a reverse motion could be
made to disappear.

It certainly was a very ingenious and novel idea, and very
effective ; and as there were a number of these depressions,
where the infantry column or line target could be used, it
was not known in advance where they were to appear, and
in each instance the range had to be found in order to do
effective work.

The effect of these heads showing up as they did was un-
canny, and one could not resist the impression that they were
human beings.

The battery limbered up and withdrew out of sight until
after lunch was disposed of by officers and men, when the
firing was resumed under similar conditions but at different
ranges. I was much impressed by the rapid and oi-derly
manner in which they all worked together with apparently
good results.

After the practice was completed, all the student officers
and the battery officers who conducted the firing were gathered
together, and an exhaustive criticism was made by Colonel
Noma and the field officers present, in which every point was
carefully discussed, the officers all making notes in their field
books for future reference and guidance.

On returning to the parade ground of the school, the drill
with the mountain guns was witnessed.

Five horses (no mules are used) were packed with one gun
and its equipment. While marching in column the command



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"Halt! In Battery" was given, and in one minute and thirty
seconds (timed) the gun was in position, loaded, and ready
for action, and the horses to the rear out of the way.

These Japanese soldiers seem to be human machines ; they
work quickly and silently, each doing his own part exactly
as he has been instructed, and the officers seem imbued with
a pride in their profession which is most commendable.

Annual Allowance of Ammunition. — Shell and shrap-
nel: To each battery, 426 rounds; Blank cartridges : To each
battery, 600 rounds.



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INDEX TO TARGET PRACTICE.



AllowaDce of money for maiiiteuance,
prizes, etc.:

Austria-Hungary 18

Denmark 41

France 57

Germany 89,90,91,108,112,114

Russia 135

Sweden 150, 158

Ammunition, allowance of, small arms and
guns :

Austria-Hungary —

Cavalry 20

Infantry 15

Technical troops 22

Denmark —

Artillery 42

Cavalry 39,40

Infantry 27,30,32,36,38

France —

Artillery 48,70

Cavalry 48,61

Infantry 47,50

Germany —

Artillery 112

Cavalry 107

Infantry 81,84,90

Rifles 90

Technical troops 91

Great Britain 122

Russia —

Artillery 137

Cavalry 136

Infantry 133

Sweden —

Artillery 167,169,170

Cavalry 151,152

Infantry 147-149

Switzerland —

Artillery 202

Infantry and cavalry.. 193, 197, 199, 201

Machine gun 202

Aitillery target practice:

Denmark 41

France 48, 64, 66, 72, 73

Germany 110,115

Russia 136

Sweden 159

Switzerland 200,202

Badges. (See Insignia.)
Camps of instruction :

Denmark 41

France 60.69



Camps of instruction — Continued.

Germany 98,116,117

Great Britain 122

Russia 138

Sweden 150,166

Switzerland 203

Classification of men firing :

Austria-Hungary 8,12

Denmark 39

France 50, 63, 34, 71

Germany 79, 85, 91, 108

Great Britain 119

Russia 135

Sweden 147,152

Switzerland 200

Collective fire :

Austria-Hungary 7,16

Denmark 32

France 47, 54, 56

Germany 106

Great Britain 121

Russia 1.34,136

Sweden 146, 148

Switzerland 196

Competitions :

Austria-Hungary . 18,23

Denmark 36,39

France 63,71,72

Germany 88, 89, 93, 108, 114

Russia 135

Sweden 149,153,158,159,164

Switzerland 196

Demonstration firing, testing rifles, etc.:

.■\ustria-Hungary 7,16

France : 62

Germany 77, 92

Estimating distances :

Austria-Hungary 8

Denmark 28, 29, 38

France 65

Germany 79

Russia 135

Sweden 145

Switzerland 192, 193, 202

E.xamination or test firingi:

Denmark 29, 36

Germany 77, 93

Field firing:

Austria-Hungary 16,21

Denmark 26

France 55, 69

Gerniiiiiy 93,105,111



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Field fiiiug — Continued.

Great Britain 121-131

Kussia 133

Sweden 146

Switzeriand 196

Figure targets. (See Targets.)
Firing schools :

Denmark 37,38

France —

Artillery 70

Infantry 50,60,62

Regimental 63

Germany 110, 115, 116

Great Britain 121

Kussia 137,138

Sweden —

Artillery 160, 165, 166, 168, 170, 188

Cavalry 152

Infantry 142,147,149

Switzerland 191,201,202

Gallery practice :

Austria-Hungary 8

Denmark 27

France 47,48,51

Germany 78

Russia 136

Sweden 140, 141, 147

Switzerland 194

Individual practice, range and field :

Austria-Hungary 8,21

Denmark 38

France 47,56

Germany 77-81, 104

Great Britain 120,121

Russia 134,136

Sweden 146. 148

Switzerland 194

Insignia and rewards for good shots :

Austria-Hungary 13

Denmark 27, 36

France 64

Germany 87, 88, 90, 114

Kussia 135

Sweden 150,158,164,165

Switzerland 196

Instruction, course of:
Austria-Hungary —

Cavalry 19,20

Infantry 7,11,12

Officers' 22

Technical and train troops 22,23

Denmark —

Artillery 41

Cavalry 37,38

Infantry 25

France —

Artillery 66

Cavalrj' _.. 61

Infantry .. 49,54,55,60

Germany —

Artillery 110,115

Cavalry 107



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Instruction, course of — Continued.
Germany — Continued.

Cyclists 91

Infantry 77

Rifles 89

Technical troops 92

Great Britain 119-121

Russia —

Artillery 136

Cavalry 136

Infantry 133,134

Sweden —

ArtiUery 159,161,166

Cavalry 151

Infantry 139,142

Switzerland —

Artillery 199,202

Cavalry 201

Infantry 191,197

Machine-gun practice :

France 62

Germany 116

Switzerland 202

Marking, scoring, signaling:

Austria-Hungary 13

Denmark i 33

Germany 84,86,113

Great Britain 120,121

Russia 135

Sweden 145,146,164

Switzerland 199

Matches. {See Competitions.)
Officers, practice :

Austria-Hungary 19,22

Denmark 37

France 50

Germany 84,89,109

Russia 134

Sweden 153, 167

Switzerland 191,192,198,201

Officers, range ; duties 50,51

Pistol firing. (See Revolver and pistol

practice.)
Position and aiming drills. (See Instruc-
tion, course of.)

Practice, additional, Denmark 32

Practice, field firing. (See Field firing.)
Practice, known distances:

Austria-Hungary ",8,21

Denmark 30

France 54

Germany 85, 86, 89, 107, 110

Great Britain 120,121

Russia 134,136

Sweden 147, 148, 149, 151

Switzerland 192,194,197,198

Practice, preliminary or preparatory :

Austria-Hungarj- 11

Denmark 25

France 47,48,51,66

Germany 77, 80, 85, 104

Sweden 139, 153, 162

Switzerland 192



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I'ractioe, revolver. {See Kevolver and pis-
tol pnictice.)

Practice, special conditions, Germany 92,9.'?

Practice, volley tiring. (See Collective fire. 1

Prizes. (See Competitions.)

Qiialifyinjj scores :

Austria-Hungary 12

Germany 80,81,8.5

Sweden 147, 152

Switzerland 192,194,197,198

Range practice. {See Practice, known dis-
tances.)

Range practice, time and weather 8, 9

Ranges. (See Camps of instruction.)

Revolver and pistol practice :

.\ustria-Hungary 19

Denmark .37,38,40

France 49, 64

Germany 109

Russia — . 136,137



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Kevolver and jiistol practice — Conliniii-.i.

Sweden 1.53-1.57

Switzerland 201

Schools for instruction in firing. (See Fir-
ing schools. )

Scores to qualify. (.See Qualifying scores.)

Scoring. (See Marking, scoring, signaling.)

Signaling. (.See Marking, scoring, signal-
ing.)

Targets :

.\ustria-Hungary 9,10,11

Denmark 29, 34, 35, 40, 42, 43, 44

France 52, .57, 58, 74

Germany 78,81,82,83,94-104

Great Britain 119,123-130

Russia 133

Sweden 142,143,150,171-188

Switzerland 191-195,200

Uniforms worn in practice 9,65

Volley fire. (See Collective fire.)



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INDEX TO REMOUNT SYSTEMS.



Piige.

Acclimatization of horses :

Austria-Hiinguiy 'i^O

Switzerland 337

Adana stud, Turkey 341

Advances for purchase of officers" remounts :

France 238

Germany 273, 274

Italy , 306

Afghan type of horses, India 298

Ages of horses and mules :

Algeria 249,202

Austria-Hungary 208,209

Chile 315

Denmark 232,234

Dutch East Indies 318

France 244, 246, 249, 255

Germany 271,275,276

Great Britain 286

Italy 304, 3(17, 308

Japan 311

Netherlands 317

Portugal 323

Russia 328

Spain 332

Sweden 333

Switzerland 337

Tunis 249

Turkey 342

Agram stallion depot, Hungary 218

Alberta horse breeding, Can.ada 299

Algerian remounts 249

Allelik. (See L'Allelik.)

Allowances for remounts to officers :

Austria-Hungary 214

France 255, 256

Germany 273, 274, 279

Italy 306

American stallions in Japan ^ 311

Andalusian saddle horse 332

Anglo-Hispano-Arab stallions 331

Anglo-Xorman stallions:

Argentina 313

Austria-Hungary 220

Chile 315

Spain 331

Annual loss of horses. (See Yearly recjuire-
nieuts of horses.)

Annual requirement of remounts. (.See
Yearly requirements of horses.)

Antbra.\:

France 266

Italy 3(15



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Antistreptococique serum, France 266

Apponyi's (Count Albert) breeding estab-
lishment, Austria-Hungary 221

Apportionment of horses on mobilization:

Austria-Hungary 215,216

Denmark 230

Appraisement of mobilized horses :

Austria-Hungary 216,217

Denmark 231

Germany 281

Arab-Barbary horses, Algeria and Tunis 249,

260, 261

Arab-Barbary thoroughbred stallions, num-
ber of, Algeria 260

Arab horses, Algeria and Tunis 249,260,261

Arab horses, imported into Argentina 249

.Arab mares :

Germany 282

Turkey 341

Arab mares, export forbidden, Turkey 341

Arab stallions :

Algeria 260

Argentina 313

Austria-Hungary 221

France 260,261

Germany 282

India 297

Italy 306

Spain 331

Turkey 341

.\rdennes hor.se, Belgium 225

Argentina as a source for remounts for
Europe 313,314

Argentine horses 296,313,314

.\rgentine horses in France 313

Army breeding farms. (.See Breeding es-
tablishments.)

Army horses with jirivate keepers. (See
Civilians' use of army horses.)

■\rmy studs. (.See Studs.)

Artillery batteries, number of. (See Num-
ber of artillery batteries.)

Artillery horses :

Argentina 313,314

Austria-Hungary 215,217

Belgium 225

Brazil 314

Chile 315

Denmark 229, 230

Dutch East Indies 317

France 247,248

Germany 271



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INDEX TO REMOUNT SYSTEMS.



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Aitilleiy horses— Continued.

Great Britain 285,286

Italy 303, 304, 305, 306, 309, 310

Mexico 315

Netherlands 317

Norway 320

Persia 321

Russia 328,329

Spain 332

Switzerland 336,339

Turkey 341,342

Artillery reg;inients, number of. (.SVc Num-
ber of artillery regiments.)
Asses :

Argentina 313

Bombay 298

Chile 315

China 227

German colonies 284

Germany 274

India 297, 298

New Zealand 301

Oudh 298

Punjab - 298

Spain 331

Assignment of horses to officers. {See Issue

of horses to officers.)
Assignment of horses to the various units.
(See Issue of horses to various units.)

Australia as a source for remounts 300

Austrah'an horses 278, 284, 296, 297, 3(X)

Australian stallions, India 297

Australian type of horses, India 297

Austro-Hungarian horses exported into Ger-
many, statistics 277

.\venches stud, Switzerland 338

Babolna breeding estal)lishment, Hungary,

218, 221

Baerenklau remount depot, Germany 275

Bagdad stud, Turkey 341

Bales of hay, weight of, France 263

Barbary stallions, number of, Algeria, . 260,261

Barbary type, breeding of, Algeria 259, 260, 261

Barley meal, rations:

Algeria 262

France 262

Barley ration :

Algeria 259,260,262,263

France 262,263

German East Asia 284

Great Britain 294

. Norway 320

Persia 321

Bavaria remount depots 271

Beans as forage, China 227

Beans, forage ration :

Algeria .: 262

France 262

Beberbeck, Prussia 281

Becker's (John) private breeding establish-
ments, Austria-Hungary 221



Bedding, Fi-ance 263

Bedding for officers' horses, Italy 301:

Belgian horses :

Germany 277

Spain 332

Beluchistan, horse breeding 297

Bengal type of horses, India 298

Bern remount depot, Switzerland 337

Bilak remount depot, Austria-Hungary, 209,210
Blaskovics's (Stephen) private breeding es-
tablishment, Austria-Hungary 221

Blidah remount depot and stud, Algeria 257

Boaids for mobilized horses, Denmark 231

Bombay horse breeding 297

Brabants stallions, Italy 306

Bran ration :

Algeria 262

France __, 262

German East Asia 284

Great Britain 294

Switzeriand 3.38

Biunding:

Algeria . 251

Austria-Hungary 209,220

Denmark ^ L.. 230

France 245,247

Germany 276

Great Britain 287

Hungary 220

Italy 305, 309

Norway 320

Switzerland 337

Tunis 251

Brazilian remounts 314

Breeding associations, Denmark 229

Breeding establishments :

Algeria 257,261

Austria-Hungary 217,218

Bavaria 283

Brazil 314

Denmark 229

France 256,257

German colonies , 284

Germany 271,281,282,283

Great Britain 287

Hungary 218,219

India 297

Italy 305,306

Japan 311

Mexico 315

Norway 319

Persia 321

Prussia . 281

Russia 325,326.327

Saxony 283

Spain 331

Sweden 333

Tunis 2.57

Turkey 341

Wurttemberg 283

Breeding farms. (See Breeding establish-
ments.)



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Breeding of horses:

Algeria 2.5T-261, 269

Argentina 313

Australia 300

Austria-Hungary 217-222

Bavaria 283

Belgium 225

Belurlii.stan 297

Bombay 297

Brazil 314

Canada 299

Chile 314

China 227

Deccan 297

Denmark 229

France 256-202,268,269

German colonies 1 284

Germany . 281,282,283

Great Britain 287,296-301

Hungary 218-222

India 296,297,298

Italy 305, .306

.Japan 311

Manchuria 227

Manitoba 299

Mexico 315

Mongolia 227

New South Wales 300

New Zealand „_ .301

Norway 319,320

Persia 321

Portugal 323

Prussia 281, 282

Punjab 297

Russia 32.5, .326, 327

Saxony 281

Sind, India 297

Spain 331

Sweden 333

Switzerland 338

Tunis 257

Turkey 341

Victoria, Australia 300

Wurtteraberg 283

Breeding of mules :

Argentina 313

irazil 314

Chile 315

China 228

German Africa 284

India 297,298

Mexico 315

New Zealand 301

Spain 331

Breeding stables. (.See Breeding establish-
ments.)

Breiholen, remount depot, Wurttemberg 272

British colonies, remounts 285,287,296-301

Brood mares :

Algeria 261,262

Austria-Hungary 218,219



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Brood mares — Continued.

France 2(i2

Germany 282

Hungary 218,219

India 297

Italy 305, 306

New Zealand 301

Prussia 282

Bussia 326,327

Spain 331

Turkey 341

Buccaneer, celebrated stallion, Kis-Ber,

Hungary 220

Budapest remount purchasing commission,

Austria-Hungary 208

Budgetary effective of horses. (See Number
of horses, army.)

Burma pony, India 298

Calgary, remount depot, Canada 299

Camel corps, India 299

Camels, army:

Algeria 2.39

India 298

Tunis 239

Canadian horses purchased by Great Britain,

statistics 29(i

Canadian remounts 299

Cantiniere, France 264

Cape Colony remounts 3(K)

Carbuncle fever. {See Anthrax.)
Cariots used as forage :

Algeria 260, 262

France 262

Great Britain 294

Castration followed by tetanus, France 266

Caucasus stallions 325

Cavalli de agevolezza, (officers' horses)

Italy 306

Cavalry horses on mobilization. {See Mob-
ilization of horses.)
Cavalry horses, supply of. {See Supply of

horses.)
Cavalry. {See Mounted troops.)
Cavalry regiments, number of. {See Num-
ber of cavalry regiments.)
Census of horses. (.See Number of horses.)

Chamont stallion, Germany 282

Change of horses by officers, Italy 309,310

Chargers :

.\ustria-Hungary 213

Chile 315

Germany 273, 274, 276

Italy 308,309,310

Cheval de carriere, France 239,254,250

Cheval de manege, France 239,254,256

Chief farriers, F>.ince 264

Chifteler stud, Turkey 341

Chile, remounts 314

Chilean breed 314

Chinese mules for East Indian artillery ___ 318
Civil officials' horses, Japan 311



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Civilians' use of army horses :

Austria-Hungary 215

Denmark 232, 233, 234

Switzerland 336

Classification of horses :

Austria-Hungary 212, 216

Frarrce 216,255

Germany 273,274,275

Italy 306, 307, 308

Russia 328

Switzerland 337

Cleveland hay, Chile 314

Clevelauds :

Argentina 313

Chile 315

Clovei', forage, China 227

Clydesdales, imported irrto Ar-gentina 313

Clydesdales, stallions :

Argeutirra 313

Italy 306

Cobs, statistics of purchase. Great Britain__ 206

Cold shoeing, Great Britain 290,291

Colic, Prussia 283

Colonies, remounts :

France 239,251

Germany 277, 278, 284

Great Britain 285,287,296-301

Italy 303

Netherlands 317, 318

Color, airuy horses:

France 246, 255

Great Britain 286

Italy 304

Norway 319

Cults, thoroughbred, Hungary 221

Commutation of forage :

Algeria 250

Austria-Hungary 214

Germany 279

Compensation for mobilized hor-ses :

Austria-Hungary 216

Denmai-k 231

(Jornpensation forstationed-out horses (with
])iivate keepers) :

Austria-Hungary 215

Denmark 234

Condemnation of horses :

Austria-Hungary 209,210,111

Belgium 226

Chile 315

Denmark — 230,234

France 238,246,254

Germany 273,276,280,283

Great Britain 287

Italy 303,304,309,310

Norway 320

Prussia 283

Russia : 327,329

Switzerland 337

Turkey 342



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Conscription of horses :

.\ustria-Hungary 215

Denmark 230

Fiance 267

Germany 281

Norway 319,320

Constantine remoirnt depot and stud, Alge-
ria 257

Cor-doba province, militai-y stud, Spain 331

Corn, forage ration, France 262

Cossack r-emounts, Russia 327,329

Covering :

Algeria 257,259,261

Austria-Hungary 220,221

Bavaria 283

Chile 315

Denmark 229

France 2.56,257

Gei-many 271, 281, 282, 283

India 297

Italy 306

Norway 319,320

Pr-ussia 282

Russia 325

Spain J 331

Switzerland 338

Tunis 257,259

Turkey 341

Wurttemherg 283

Covering fees:

Algeria 259

Arrstria-Hungary 220

Chile 315

Denmark 229

Fr-ance 257

Germany 282

India 297

Italy 306

Prussia 282

Russia 325

Spain 331

Switzerland 338

Tunis 259

Turkey 341

Cross-country horse, France 256

Crown horses, Russia 329

Cyprian mules purchased by Great Br-itain. 296

Danish-bred horses 229

Danish horses imported into Germany, sta-
tistics 277

Debreczin stallion depot, Hungary 218

Debts incurred by officers in purchasing re-
mounts, Italy 306,308

Deccan, horse breeding 297

Decentralizatiorr of remount service, Ger-
many 277

Depots for training remouuts. {See Train-
ing school for horses.)

Derkul stud, Russia 326

Descriptive book of horses, France 246,247



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Diseases of horses :

Aiistiia-Hiiiigar.v 211, '212,219

Deimiiuk 230, 235

Knince 245,246,266

Gennan.v 278,283

Oiviit Britain 288

Italy 305

Prussia 283

Switzerland 337,338

Draft animals, other than horses, German

Southwest Africa 284

Draft horses :

Australia 300

Austria-Hungary 209,216,219,220

Belgium 225, 226

Denmark 229, 234, 235

France 239, 240, 246, 247, 248, 267

Germany 271, 277, 280, 281

Italy 303,304,305

New South Wales 300

New Zealand 301

Norway 320

Persia 321

Russia 328,329

Spain 332

Switzerland 339

West Australia 300

Draft mules :

Algeria 239, 240, 246, 249

France 239, 240, 246, 249

German colonies 284

Tunis 239, 240, 246, 249

Turkey 342

Drohowyze stallion depot, Austria 218

Dropsy, France 266

Dublin, remount depot, Ireland 287

Dutch colonies 317

Dutch horses imported into Germany,

statistics 277

Duty on Arab stallions, Turkey 341

Duty on horses, mules, asses, and foals :

Austria-Hungary 209

Denmark 229

France 237

Germany 277

Great Britain 287

Italy 303

Norway 320

Switzerland 338

Turkey 341

East Prussian remounts ^ 272

Elephant batteries, India 285

<^:iite, Switzerland 335,338,339

Engineers' horses :

Belgium 225

France 239, 240, 255

Great Britain 286

Italy 303, 306

Spain 332



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English stallions:

Algeria 260

Argentina 313

Austria-Hungary 220

Chile 314

Denmark 229

Germany 282

India ^ 207

Italy 306

Russia 326

Spain ^ 331

English thoroughbreds imported into
Argentina 313

Erysipelas, France 266

Expenditures of breeding establishments :

Algeria 262

Russia 327

Expenditures, purchase of horses:

Algeria 239,240

Austria-Hungary 209

Denmark 229

France 239, 240, 247, 268, 269

Germany 271, 274

Italy 303

Portugal 323

Tunis 239, 240

Expenditures, remount depots, Germany 271

Export duty on Arab stallions, Turkey 341

Export duty on horses. (See Duty on
horses, mules, and asses.)

Exports- of horses, mules, and asses :

Algeria 246

Argentina 296,313,314

Australia 278,284,296,300,311

Austria-Hungary 277

Belgium 332

Canada 296

China 329

Cyprus 296

Denmark 277

France 268, 277, 305

Germany 229, 277, 305, 313, 336

Great Britain 229,296,313,333

Hanover 333

Hungary 296,336

Ireland 225,229,296,336

Italy 296

Manchuria 227

Netherlands 277

New Zealand 301

Persia 311

Russia 321,327

Spain 296,323,331

Turkey 219,341

United States 268,

277, 278, 284, 296, 305, 313, 315

Extra pay for remounts of officers. (See
Allowances for remounts to officers. )

Farriers :

France 263

Great Britain 289,291,293



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Farriers' school :

Deuniark

France

Great Britain

Faults of piircuased horses guaranteed
against. {See Guarantee of horse seller
required.)

Fees for covering. {See Covering fees.)

F-es of farriers, France

Feed. {See Forage.)

Field-officers' horses :

Austria-Hungary 21.3,

France 237, 238,

Italy

Fiji, remounts

Fines for disabling a horse :

France

Italy

Fines for disobeying mobilization orders :

Austria-Hungary

Denmark

Fines for violation of regulations for sta-
tioned-out horses, Denmark

Flemish horses, Belgium

Fogaras, breeding establishment, Hungary,

218,

Fontainebleau artillery-school horses,
France

Forage :

Algeria 250,259,260,

.\ustria-Hungary 211,

China

Denmark

France 255, 262,

German East Asia

Germany 274, 275,

Great Britain 293,

Italy 305, 308,

Norway

Persia

Kussia

Switzerland

Forage allowance :

Algeria 250,259,

.\ustria-Hungary 211,

Denmark

France 252, 255, 262,

Germany 275,277,278,

Great Britain 293,

Italy 305, 308,

Norway

Persia

Kussia

Switzerland

Forage commutation. (.See Commutation
of forage.)

Forage furnished to-apahis, Algeria

Forage storehouses, ,\ustria-Hungary

Forster (Eleck), private breeding establish-
ment, Austria-Hungary

French horses imported into Germany

French horses and mules for Italian artillery



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French stallions in Japan 311

Frost nails, shoeing. Great Britain 292

Funds, remount service :

France 247

Germany 271

Fyen remount depot, Denmark 229

Galician saddle horses, Austria-Hungary 222

Gendarmerie :

Belgium 225

France 239,240,255



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