The battle of Leuthen is over... the Darkness of the alte winter afternoon is covering the cries of the wounded soldiers, laying on the field, and the tiredness of the poor men is grasping their souls.
The Austrians are gathering around theirs colours (in this case the Harrach Regiment) while in front of them there is a Captain of the Zieten Hussars and on the background some Cuirassiers of the Sedlytz Regiment.
The Captain of the Prussian Zieten Hussars (please note his red trousers) is facing some Hussars of the Austrian Eszterhazy Regiment; this scene is quite visible here (bottom). The sadness on the face of the Austrian Hussars is quite evident.
This scene is quite visible here (top). The sadness on the face of the Austrian Hussars is quite evident.
On the background of the Captain of the Zieten Hussars (actually he has blue trousers)
Here we see a very sad moment (well actually I support the Austrians, due to "familiy reasons"): the Standard Bearer of the Harrach Regiment, with the Leibfahne, is going to deliver the Colours of the Regiment to the Officers of the Zieten Regiment.
Top: the escort of the Captain; note also the other colours of the other Austrian Regiment that are going to be delivered to the Prussians.