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Dragon de la Garde impériale

Maréchal des logis (Sergeant) of the "Dragons de l'Impératrice" (Empress' Dragoons) of the French Imperial Guard (q.

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"The Gods": the Grenadiers à Cheval (heavy cavalry) of the Imperial Guard. These were held in reserve, and charged to support the safe withdrawal of Murat's column. Battle of Eylau

Favourite cavalry unit of the French Imperial Guard - Page 6 - Armchair General and HistoryNet >> The Best Forums in History

(Napoleonic cavalryman certainly (chasseur a cheval), but not necessarily a bad concept for a swashbuckler - Nameless)

French Line Infantry Uniform - Project Seven Years War The two following plates have been made by the famous French uniformologist Michel Pétard and originally published in the magazine Gazette des Uniformes Number 40 of November-December 1977. Mr. Pétard has kindly authorised us to reproduce these plates in our article but retains full copy right on them.

Typical uniform of a French infantryman at the beginning of the Seven Years' War – Copyright: Michel Pétard

French Light Infantry still in the uniforms that were worn under the King.

AWI French: French Light Infantry still in the uniforms that were worn under the King.

Carabiniers at Borodino- by Telenik

Center of the Cross of the Légion d'honneur (Legion of Honour) of the First French Empire (Napoleonic Era), type (awarded between The Légion d'honneur.

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