The Dog Whistler... I mean Whisperer.
Today I stumbled upon an actual cavalry engagement that occurred in the opening month of World War Two. No it wasn't some mythological cavalry charge of Polish horsemen against German Panzers, or about the US Cavalry charge in the Philippines in January of 1942, or that of the Savoia Cavalry Regiment against Russian forces in the Soviet Union that same month... but a little engagement at Krasnograd with the Polish forces led by a Polish officer who would later have a bit of a storied career by the name of Wladyslaw Anders. He led the Nowogrodzka Cavalry Brigade in an effort to fight towards the Southern Polish border and to the neutral lands of Hungary and Romania in the closing weeks of the Polish Campaign.
Cold Steel at Krasnobród – Inside the Curious WW2 Battle that Saw Cavalry Fight Cavalry - MilitaryHistoryNow.com
“The two sides smashed into one another, and for a few minutes the hillside on the sleepy outskirts of Krasnobród resembled a scene from the Napoleonic Wars as sabre met sabre in frenzied hand-to-hand combat.”...