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Napoleonic Waterloo Collection - W Britains Collection

Scale 54mm / 1:32.

Battle of Waterloo, 1815

On June 18, 1815, Chteau d'Hougoumont a large farmhouse garrisoned by the 2nd Battalion, Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards, was attacked by the might of Napoleon's army.

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Brunswickers

The Black Brunswickers were raised in 1809 to fight Napoleon Bonaparte's occupation of Germany. These Brunswickers were distinctively attired in black wool uniforms, black leather belting and wore silver death heads on their shakos, quickly earning the nickname "The Black Legion" or "The Black Horde."

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Grenadiers of the 2nd Nassau-Usingen Regiment - Updated August 5, 2017

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British 1st Royal Dragoon

At about noon on June15, 1815 the 1st Royal Dragoons carried out a grand charge against French Infantry that was in the process of overwhelming British Highland Regiments on the British center left of the battlefield.

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French Lancers

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95th Rifles at Waterloo  

The elite 95th Rifles were trained as light infantry to act as skirmishers, sharpshooters and in other less conventional roles. They consistently performed with an lan and stubbornness that earned them respect and admiration throughout the army. The light infantry units did not carry standards or use drummers, but employed buglers to convey orders over the din of the battlefield.

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Napoleonic Leaders

Napoleonic Leaders at Waterloo.

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