During Albrecht von Wallenstein's second appointment as supreme commander of the Imperial Army, how did the discipline among the Imperial ranks compare to the Swedish under Gustavus Adolphus? Specifically, what about at the time of Lutzen?

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  • I have found a few sentences on that during my research for this answer (history.stackexchange.com/a/58943/42064): "Indeed the Swedish army wes more disciplined towards the population in the beginning but this ceased with time [German Wikipedia]. Whaley [Das Heilige Römische Reich Deutscher Nation, 2014, Bd. I, p. 769 (original in english)] sees a general trend to more civil deads in 1634/35 when the position for negotiations were to be improved, then in the 1620s." Maybe this is a starting point. – K-HB Jun 18 '20 at 14:14