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Granadero Guardia Nacional Francia 1795.
Les bénévoles et Irréguliers • Garde nationale des bénévoles 1791 • Chasseur, Cie Franche de l'Egalité 1793 • Chasseur, Légion Allobroges 1793 • Chasseur, Légion Germanique 1793
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Imperio de Napoleón Bonaparte : Historia Universal
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.
Gardes nationaux, 1789-1791 • Marquis de Lafayette • Porte-étendard, Garde nationale de Paris • Grenadier, officier de la Garde de Paris • Fusilier, Garde nationale de Paris
MINIATURAS MILITARES POR ALFONS CÀNOVAS
Born in Romans in 1773, Hippolyte Charles joined the French army as a volunteer. In 1796, While Napoleon Bonaparte was busy winning his first victories in Italy, Hippolyte Charles, a lieutenant in the Hussar regiment and deputy to General Leclerc, Bonaparte's brother-in-law, first met Josephine in Paris.
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During the 1790s the Bavarian army was reformed mainly due to the influence of the American Benjamin Thompson who although mainly a chemist altered their uniform and introduced a new small artillery piece. Infantry initially had two battalions per regiment each with four companies, each company about 150 men strong which rose to 168 in wartime. Light infantry consisted originally of two regiments known as Feldjager, a Tyrolean jager unit was formed in 1807 but was disbanded in 1811.