Definition of Camelry. Meaning of Camelry. Synonyms of Camelry

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Definition of Camelry

Camelry
Camelry Cam"el*ry, n. Troops that are mounted on camels.

Meaning of Camelry from wikipedia

- Camel cavalry, or camelry (French: méharistes, pronounced [meaʁist]), is a generic designation for armed forces using camels as a means of transportation...
- current strength is 42. BSF Camel Contingent is a specialized battalion-size Camelry Unit. The primary purpose of this unit is to patrol the desert section...
- in their path, armored horses and riders as well as the use of Berber camelry, Kotoko boatmen, and iron-helmeted musketeers trained by Ottoman military...
- Arab camelry...
- 150 men and horses. A regular Army battalion of some 200 infantrymen. A camelry of 100 men. An Arab force, which was probably the battalion that had accompanied...
- combinations of light, medium, or heavy infantry, cavalry, chariotry, camelry, elephantry, and artillery (mechanical weapons). Combined arms in this...
- of 800 Australian Light Horse, 400 City of London Yeomanry, 600 Mounted Camelry and 4,500 camels from the Egyptian Camel Transport Corps, with another...
- frigates 14 xebecs 90 smaller warships Total: 4,000 Janissaries 15,000 camelry 14,000 infantry 2 demi-galleys 2 xebecs 6 gunboats 1 felucca 70 galiots...
- Campaign of World War I. Egyptian Expeditionary Force (EEF) cavalry and camelry traveled into the centre of the Sinai Peninsula to attack and push the...
- Regiment 125th Infantry Regiment One squadron of cavalry One company of camelry 12 heavy mountain howitzers in two Austrian howitzer batteries Two long...
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