Westphalia; Line Infantry, Top Left,Clockwise - 2nd Regt, Fusilier Sergeant, 1808. 1st or 2nd Regt, Grenadier, 1806-11. 3rd Regt, Fusilier 1808-09. 4th Regt. Chasseur, Tenue de Campagne, 1811-13 & 1st Regt Sergeant Major Porte Etandard, 1807-11.
The Westphalian Infantry - The line units included the same basic three branches. The cavalry was well mounted and included both heavy and light regiments. The artillery was organized according to the Gribeauval system, with standardized and excellent guns. Napoleon’s hope was that the natural martial ability of the Hessians and Brunswickers who made up the majority of the population would permeate the army (Westphalia’s population was almost 2 million).
Westphalia; Line Infantry, Officers, on service in the Peninsula.
"Grand Duchy of Berg & Westfalia" • Grenadier Drummer, 2nd Infantry Regiment, Grand Duchy of Berg, 1807 • Private, 1st Westfalian Infantry Regiment, 1807 • Officer, 2nd Westfalian Kürassiers, 1808