Les Mousquetaires du Roi were formed in 1622 under Louis XIII. Its main function was to form the King's bodyguard in peacetime. Its members were all of noble ancestry, and mostly aged between 17 and 20. In time of war, the regiment fought with the army, either infantry or cavalry. They were at first armed with that new invention, the flintlock musket. However, these early muskets were up to 8 feet long and weighed about 20 pounds. This was useless to cavalry, and not much use for an elite corps of infantry expected to charge at the run - especially as they would also have to carry a forked stick on which to rest the thing while firing. The muskets, therefore, did not last long; but the name remained. Incidentally, Charles de Batz-Castelmore, Comte d'Artagnan(c. 1611 - 25 June 1673) served Louis XIV as captain of the Musketeers of the Guard and died at the Siege of Maastricht in the Franco-Dutch War. (Wikipedia)
No they didnt
they didnt have to fight. unless of conscription..
D'Artagnan. He came to Paris from Gascony to join the Musketeers. He got into a disagreement with Athos, Porthos, and Aramis and was to duel each of them an hour apart. He became friends with them when the Cardinal's guards caught them and instead of duelling with the Musketeers he decided to fight with them.
Copernicus didnt fight anyone he discvoered that our universe was heliocentric
nope he didnt
NO, they didnt but some called loyalists who where loyal to the British might have attacked the patriots.
king george didnt fight in the war
the civil war. and he didnt fight he was the president at the time.
no they didnt