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  • Originally posted by artilleur View Post
    I search some informations about russian artillerymen, eventually, in 1799 -1815, pictures and some texts or explications about their uniforms and organisation if it's possible...

    I don t find anything about this subject in Bnf pictures

    Many thanks to all

    pierre
    Pierre,

    From Viskavatov this relates to 1805 onwards.

    Artillery Regiments [Artilleriiskie polki]:
    There were 9 Field Artillery [Polevaya Artilleriya] Regiments numbered 1st to 9th with 2 battalions each. A battalion had two Battery [Batareinaya, meaning Heavy or Positional] companies and two Light [Legkaya] companies.
    On 31 August 1805– Two more Artillery regiments were formed: the 10th and 11th, on the same basis as the previous ones
    There was 1 Horse Artillery [Konno-Artilleriiskii] Regiment with two battalions - each battalion had 5 companies.

    Note:
    Positional Battery comprised 4 x 20pdr Licornes, 4 x medium 12pdr, 4 x light 12pdr.
    Light Company comprised 4 x 10pdr Licornes, 4 x medium 6pdr, 4 x light 6pdr.
    Horse Company comprised 6 x 10pdr Licornes, 6 x light 6pdr.

    23 August 1806– The Artillery regiments and Horse battalions disbanded, and replaced by brigades [brigady] with the following numbers of companies (and assigned to divisions with the same numerical designation - see next post for troop composition of Divisions):
    1st Brigade: included 4 Foot and 1 Horse company of Guards Artillery, and from the Line 2 Battery and, 3 Light.
    2nd Brigade: 2 Battery, 2 Light, and 1 Horse.
    3rd Brigade: 2 Battery, 3 Light and 1 Horse.
    4th Brigade: 2 Battery, 3 Light and 1 Horse.
    5th Brigade: 1 Battery, 2 Light, and 1 Horse.
    6th Brigade: 2 Battery, 3 Light, and 1 Horse.
    7th Brigade: 2 Battery, 3 Light and 1 Horse.
    8th Brigade: 2 Battery, 2 Light, and 1 Horse.
    9th Brigade: 2 Battery, 3 Light, and 1 Horse.
    10th Brigade: 1 Battery, 3 Light, and 1 Horse.
    11th Brigade: 2 Battery, 3 Light and 1 Horse.
    12th Brigade: 3 Battery, 1 Light and 1 Horse.
    13th Brigade: 1 Battery and 4 Light.
    14th Brigade: 1 Battery and 2 Light.
    15th Brigade: 3 Battery and 1 Horse.
    Georgia Brigade: 2 Battery and 3 Light.
    Caucasus Brigade: 2 Battery and 2 Light.
    Siberia Brigade: 2 Battery and 2 Light.
    11 September 1806– Five more brigades were established:
    16th Brigade: 1 Battery, 2 Light, and 1 Horse.
    17th Brigade: 1 Battery, 2 Light and 1 Horse.
    18th Brigade: 1 Battery, 2 Light and 1 Horse.
    St.-Petersburg Reserve Brigade: 6 Battery companies.
    Kiev Reserve Brigade: 6 Battery companies.
    11 February 1807– The Moscow Reserve Brigade [Moskovskaya Rezervnaya brigada] established with 3 Battery companies.
    16 February 1807– The 19th and 20th Brigades formed from the companies of the Georgia and Caucasus Brigades.
    1 June 1807– All brigades were brought to the same number of companies: 2 Battery, 2 Light and 1 Horse, except for the 19th, 20th, and Siberia Brigades, which did not have Horse companies. An additional new brigade was formed, receiving the number 22nd, while the non-Guard companies of the 1st Brigade formed the 21st Brigade.
    23 February 1808– The Siberia Brigade was renamed the 23rd.
    31 January 1811– Artilleriiskiya Rekrutskiya Depo [Artillery Recruit Depots] established in Pskov, Smolensk, Starodub (transferred to Bryansk on 7 February), and Konotop (transferred to Glukhov on 7 February).
    14 February 1811– 26 new Field [Polevaya], 10 Reserve [Rezervnaya], and 4 Replacement [Zapasnaya] brigades with the following numbers of companies:
    1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, and 26th Field Brigades — each of 1 Battery company and 2 Light companies.
    6th and 21st Field Brigades: each of 1 Battery company and 1 Light company.
    25th Field Brigade: 1 Battery and 3 Light half-companies, located with the Marine regiments.
    1st Reserve Brigade: 3 Horse, 2 Battery, and 2 Pontoon companies.
    2nd and 4th Reserve Brigade: 3 Horse, 2 Battery, and 1 Pontoon companies.
    3rd Reserve Brigade: 4 Horse, 2 Battery, and 1 Pontoon companies.
    5th Reserve Brigade: 1 Battery, 1 Light, and 1 Pontoon company.
    6th and 7th Reserve Brigade: 2 Horse, 2 Battery, 1 Light, and 1 Pontoon company.
    8th Reserve Brigade: 1 Horse and 2 Battery companies.
    9th Reserve Brigade: 2 Battery companies.
    10th Reserve Brigade: 2 Battery and 1 Light company.
    1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Replacement Brigades: each of 1 Horse, 1 Battery, and four Pontoon companies.

    15 October 1811– A new Field brigade was established, made up of 1 Battery company and 2 Light companies and named the 27th Field Brigade on 7 November.
    18 November 1811 Artillery Recruit Depots were divided into companies:
    Pskov and Smolensk depots: each with 6 Foot and 1 Horse company.
    Bryansk depot: 4 Foot and 3 Horse companies.
    Glukhov depot: into 5 Foot and 2 Horse companies.
    13 March 1812 Active companies were formed at the Artillery Recruit Depots and assigned to Replacement brigades [Zapasnyya brigady]:
    1st Replacement Brigade: 1 Battery, 4 Light, and 1 Horse company.
    2nd Replacement Brigade: 1 Battery, 4 Light, and 1 Horse company.
    3rd Replacement Brigade: 3 Light and 3 Horse companies.
    4th Replacement Brigade: 1 Battery, 3 Light, and 3 Horse companies.

    Guards Artillery:
    Leib-Gvardii Artilleriiskii batalion (Life Guards Artillery battalion) – two Battery companies, two Light companies, and one Horse company [konnaya rota].
    On 25 March 1805 – The horse company was detached and designated as independent, under the title of Leib-Gvardii Konnaya Artilleriiskaya rota (Life-Guards Horse Artillery Company).
    2 September 1811 The Life-Guards Horse Artillery company was divided into two.
    October 1811 The Life-Guards. Artillery Battalion was named the Life-Guards Artillery Brigade [Leib-Gvardi Artilleriiskaya brigada].
    13 April 1813 Guards Artillery companies were assigned to the Old Guard.
    21 October 1813 Three more Guards Artillery companies were formed: 1 Battery, 1 Light, and 1 Horse.

    Cheers

    Ian

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    • Originally posted by artilleur View Post
      BNF Gallica

      I need some help because Im lacking informations about theses troops...
      I can identified of course

      lancier gendarme
      Chasseur

      but no informations about other pictures regiment and battle ...

      Thanks to all
      Lancier Gendarme see http://users.skynet.be/ym04/espagne.htm

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      • Originally posted by artilleur View Post
        I search some informations about russian artillerymen, eventually, in 1799 -1815, pictures and some texts or explications about their uniforms and organisation if it's possible...

        I don t find anything about this subject in Bnf pictures

        Many thanks to all

        pierre
        http://antologifo.narod.ru/pages/aap.htm
        On the left select the desired date, then select the number of the regiment.
        Last edited by vladimir Pantin; 15 Apr 13, 21:55.

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        • A few more pictures.










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          • Ian,Vladimir,Repd

            Thanks for all.

            Amicalement

            Pierre

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            • French artillery

              artillerie a pied garnison a hambourg.jpg

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              • French artillery2

                here you are
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                • Originally posted by Prinz Essling View Post
                  Also see "La gendarmerie française en Espagne et en Portugal (campagnes de 1807 à 1814) : avec un exposé des opérations militaires exécutées dans les provinces du nord de l'Espagne par nos armées, les troupes régulières ennemies et les guérillas espagnoles, d'après les archives du ministère de la guerre, les archives nationales et autres documents manuscrits ou imprimés /
                  Auteur : Martin, Emmanuel (1852-1927)
                  Éditeur : Léautey (Paris)
                  Date d'édition : 1898
                  http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k55451021

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                  • Originally posted by Prinz Essling View Post
                    Also see "La gendarmerie française en Espagne et en Portugal (campagnes de 1807 à 1814) : avec un exposé des opérations militaires exécutées dans les provinces du nord de l'Espagne par nos armées, les troupes régulières ennemies et les guérillas espagnoles, d'après les archives du ministère de la guerre, les archives nationales et autres documents manuscrits ou imprimés /
                    Auteur : Martin, Emmanuel (1852-1927)
                    Éditeur : Léautey (Paris)
                    Date d'édition : 1898
                    http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k55451021
                    Ian,

                    It's Christmas....

                    My next sunday's afternoon will be busy....

                    Thanks

                    pierre

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                    • Dragoon

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                      • British Army: Emigre & Foreign Corps

                        http://lonestoat.tumblr.com/image/47885688204
                        - Regiment Autichamp
                        - Bachmann Regiment
                        - Beon's Chasseurs
                        - Beon's Fusiliers
                        - Regiment Bethisy
                        - Bourbon Regiment

                        http://lonestoat.tumblr.com/image/47885499416
                        - Regiment Broglie
                        - Broglie Grenadiers
                        - Brunswick Oels Jager
                        - Calabrian Free Corps
                        - Cape Regiment
                        - Regiment Castries

                        http://lonestoat.tumblr.com/image/47885018676
                        - Chasseurs Britanniques 1803
                        - Chasseurs Britanniques 1809
                        - Corsican Rangers
                        - Regiment Courten
                        - Croatian Regiment
                        - Damas Chasseurs

                        http://lonestoat.tumblr.com/image/47884474233
                        - Damas Fusiliers
                        - Dillon's Regiment
                        - Regiment Dresnay
                        - Dutch Emigrant Brigade
                        - Dutch Levy
                        - Foreign Invalids

                        Well it seems my links didn't post last time. Hope these ones do...

                        These are sheets 1-4. (of 14)

                        http://lonestoat.tumblr.com/

                        Let me know what you think - all feedback is welcome. These are just reference sheets for me, for when I take these illustrations to a new level in my project.
                        Last edited by Lone Stoat; 17 Apr 13, 11:35.

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                        • French light infantry

                          here you are
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