General von Riedesel and includes the majority of the Germans, and Artillery (6 six-pounders and 2 three-pounders) under the command of Capt. Pausch of the Hesse Hanau Artillery.
...Captain Georg Pausch of the Hesse Hanau Artillery kept a wonderful diary of his experience in the Burgoyne Campaign.His
Journal entries speak of a British Artillery who greets them with open arms when they first arrive in Canada in 1776.But over that winter, the British Artillery's warm feelings begin to fade as the Germans prove repeatedly during firing exercises that they are more proficient with their guns than the British.The two guns that retake the hill that afternoon are actually under the command of Capt. Pausch of the Hesse Hanau Artillery, not Col. Williams.