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The term comes from the Dutch verloren hoop , literally "lost troop". The term was used in military contexts to denote a troop formation. The Dutch word hoop in its sense of "heap" in English is not cognate with English "hope": this is an example of folk etymology. In the German mercenary armies of the Landsknechts , these troops were called the Verlorene Haufen , which has the same meaning as the Dutch term, the word Haufen itself being a general term for a loosely organised group of men.
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These men carried long double-handed swords, with which they had to hew their way through the massive pike formations opposing them. They also had to withstand the first wave of attacks when defending a breastwork. Since there were not enough volunteers for this assignment, criminals who had been sentenced to death were taken into the ranks as well. By extension, the term forlorn hope became used for any body of troops placed in a hazardous position, e.
In the days of muzzle-loading muskets , the term was most frequently used to refer to the first wave of soldiers attacking a breach in defenses during a siege. While it was likely that most members of the forlorn hope would be killed or wounded, the intention was that some would survive long enough to seize a foothold that could be reinforced, or, at least, that a second wave with better prospects could be sent in while the defenders were reloading or engaged in mopping up the remnants of the first wave.