Jääkäri means hunter as well as scout, and these units perform both
roles. Whether they are fighting alongside an infantry unit or a
Panssari unit, they are always at the vanguard. Often composed of men
from rural areas, they have excellent fieldcraft skills.
Finnish Raiding Forces, 1942-1944.
Cossacks in Axis Service (updated 18 Jan 2011)
Find out how to field Cossacks with your German and Italian Companies from Eastern Front.
Romanian Mountain Divisions
The Romanian Vanatori de Munte (mountain hunters) units were created in 1916 and represent the elite troops of the Romanian infantry. At the outbreak of the war with the Soviet Union on 22 June 1941, the Mountain Corps consisted of four brigades (1st to 4th) made up of twelve groups (1st to 12th) each with two battalions.
Wayne takes a look at how to field a Romanian Cavalry force in Flames Of War.
Spanish Blue Division
The Spanish volunteers of the Blue Division (so named because of
the blue shirts of the Falangist Party Militia worn by many of its men)
fought on the Eastern Front alongside the Germans.
Hungarian Corps Reserve Forces
We take a look at feilding the Hungarian Corps reserve troops 1942-43, including Huszars and Bicycle troops.