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  • The Vienna Militia (Wiener Bürger-Corps)











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    • Nice pictures Vladimir!! Thanks!
      Who By??

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      • Artists Joseph Eder and Vincenz Georg.

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        • Frontispiece from Commandant Sauzey "Les Allemands sous les Aigles Francaises Tome IV: Le Regiment des Duches de Saxe"
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          • Thanks, I didn't know these guys

            Originally posted by vladimir Pantin View Post
            Artists Joseph Eder and Vincenz Georg.

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            • Originally posted by vladimir Pantin View Post
              The Vienna Militia (Wiener Bürger-Corps)
              According to the information that appears in “Napoleon-Online” this series consists of 10 plates, reason why he would be very interesting to be able to count with the four that they lack

              Originally posted by ADC Toussaint View Post
              Thanks, I didn't know these guys
              Austrian Landwehr 1809

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              • A rare Royal Naval uniform worn by a British survivor of the Battle of Trafalgar has been unearthed after spending decades in the sailor's descendant's attic.
                William Hicks's gripping account of Trafalgar tells how, as a teenage midshipman on HMS Conqueror, he helped British forces crush France and Spain to end the threat of an invasion by Napoleon.

                Rare Royal Naval uniform of Battle of Trafalgar survivor William Hicks goes on display | Mail Online
                Never Fear the Event

                Admiral Lord Nelson

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                • Russian Naval uniform



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                  • Tell to me please, whence these illustrations? This is a book or article from a magazine?




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                    • They are Spanish troops (Spanish and Native)
                      stationed in America, specifically the post you refer in order to the Gobernación y Comandancia General de Santo Domingo, Gobernación y Comandancia General de Puerto Rico, Virreinato de Peru and Capitania General de Chile

                      Imagen 1 - Fusilero del Batallon fijo de Santo Domingo,1771 (Fusilier Battalion of Santo Domingo fixed)

                      Imagen 2 - Cabo Primero de las Compañias de Milicias Blancas de Infantería de Puerto Rico, - 1785 (First Cabo of the White Militia Companies of Infantry of Puerto Rico)

                      Imagen 3 - Oficial de Asamblea de caballeria del Reino de Chile, 1792 (Cavalry officer Assembly of the Kingdom of Chile)

                      Imagen 4 - Sargento del Regimiento de Infantería Real de Lima. 1787 (Sergeant of Infantry Regiment Royal Lima. 1787)

                      Are of course a book can not remember exactly what its title, but if you're interested in looking for the name, author, etc..

                      Also I have many more images of these troops, if you are interested I have no problem putting them in the forum, but I think they are taken out of time, ie they are not exactly Napoleonic

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                      • Originally posted by ximo View Post
                        They are Spanish troops (Spanish and Native)
                        stationed in America, specifically the post you refer in order to the Gobernación y Comandancia General de Santo Domingo, Gobernación y Comandancia General de Puerto Rico, Virreinato de Peru and Capitania General de Chile

                        Imagen 1 - Fusilero del Batallon fijo de Santo Domingo,1771 (Fusilier Battalion of Santo Domingo fixed)

                        Imagen 2 - Cabo Primero de las Compañias de Milicias Blancas de Infantería de Puerto Rico, - 1785 (First Cabo of the White Militia Companies of Infantry of Puerto Rico)

                        Imagen 3 - Oficial de Asamblea de caballeria del Reino de Chile, 1792 (Cavalry officer Assembly of the Kingdom of Chile)

                        Imagen 4 - Sargento del Regimiento de Infantería Real de Lima. 1787 (Sergeant of Infantry Regiment Royal Lima. 1787)

                        Are of course a book can not remember exactly what its title, but if you're interested in looking for the name, author, etc..

                        Also I have many more images of these troops, if you are interested I have no problem putting them in the forum, but I think they are taken out of time, ie they are not exactly Napoleonic
                        Very interesting...

                        Since they are not Napoleonic you might want to paste your other images at...
                        American Age of Discovery, Colonization, Revolution, & Expansion ( http://www.armchairgeneral.com/forum...play.php?f=317 )

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                        • Originally posted by ximo View Post
                          They are Spanish troops (Spanish and Native)
                          stationed in America, specifically the post you refer in order to the Gobernación y Comandancia General de Santo Domingo, Gobernación y Comandancia General de Puerto Rico, Virreinato de Peru and Capitania General de Chile
                          If you tell me the name of the book, I'll be very grateful.

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                          • Ximo I like those illustrations , would love to see more. While not strictly napoleonic they are close enough to be of interest. David

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                            • Great repair work ! Too bad there is no info about what these scenes represent.

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                              • hello !!!
                                voici un trompette du 5ème Chasseur à cheval Polonais
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                                """Allons, commandant, l' Empereur le veux, à nous l'honneur! Polonais, en avant !
                                vive l' Empereur"""

                                http://les-polonais-sous-l-empire.over-blog.com/

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