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Paul-Emile Perboyre

Paul-Emile Perboyre

Jan V. Chelminski

Jan V. Chelminski

French officers with their Indian allies, Seven Years War

French officers with their Indian allies, Seven Years War

Napoleon acclamé , passe ses troupes en revue .

Napoleon acclamé , passe ses troupes en revue .

Jean Georges Vibert - Le Roi de Rome

Jean Georges Vibert - Le Roi de Rome

During the Napoleonic Wars, when Frederick William, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, was killed in battle, his troops changed the colour of their uniforms to black or apple green, with a Totenkopf on their shakos in mourning their dead leader (Other sources claim that the "Black Brunswickers" were so equipped while Friedrich Wilhelm of Brunswick lived, as a sign of revenge on the French

During the Napoleonic Wars, when Frederick William, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, was killed in battle, his troops changed the colour of their uniforms to black or apple green, with a Totenkopf on their shakos in mourning their dead leader (Other sources claim that the "Black Brunswickers" were so equipped while Friedrich Wilhelm of Brunswick lived, as a sign of revenge on the French

raffet, bonap égypte

raffet, bonap égypte

AN ELITE SOLDIER OF THE IMPERIAL GUARD, BY FRANCOIS FLAMENG

AN ELITE SOLDIER OF THE IMPERIAL GUARD, BY FRANCOIS FLAMENG

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Empress Dragoons' Trumpeters.  As the mobility of the horse combined with the firepower of the musket, Dragoons became truly universal cavalry, typically employed for a broad range of both mounted and foot duties. At first, most nations mounted Dragoons on lower quality horses with resulting detriment when caught and overrun by opposing cavalry.

Empress Dragoons' Trumpeters. As the mobility of the horse combined with the firepower of the musket, Dragoons became truly universal cavalry, typically employed for a broad range of both mounted and foot duties. At first, most nations mounted Dragoons on lower quality horses with resulting detriment when caught and overrun by opposing cavalry.

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