Which regiments fought in Waterloo?

Which regiments fought in Waterloo?

The following British regiments received the battle honour of ‘Waterloo’: 1st and 2nd Life Guards, Royal Horse Guards, 1st King’ Dragoon Guards, 1st Royal Dragoons, 2nd Dragoons Royal Scots Greys, 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons, 7th Queen’s Own Hussars, 10th Prince of Wales’s Own Royal Hussars, 11th Light Dragoons, 12th …

What units were at Waterloo?

The largest independent military unit was the corps: at Waterloo Wellington had three infantry and one cavalry corps, Napoleon four infantry and two cavalry corps, and Blücher eventually brought one whole infantry corps and parts of two others onto the field.

How many Scottish soldiers fought at Waterloo?

Some 25,000 British soldiers fought at Waterloo and perhaps 6000 to 7000 of them were Scottish.

Which Napoleon fought at Waterloo?

Napoleon Bonaparte

Battle of Waterloo
French Empire United Kingdom Prussia Hanover Netherlands Nassau Brunswick
Commanders and leaders
Napoleon Bonaparte Michel Ney Duke of Wellington Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher
Strength

What was the name of the British regiments at Waterloo?

The following British regiments were present at the Battle of Waterloo. The current regiment within the British Army is indicated in bold. 1st Life Guards now the Life Guards 2nd Life Guards now the Life Guards

Who was the French field commander at Waterloo?

On 18 June 1815, at the battle of Waterloo, effective field commander of all the French forces present, minus those engaged at Plancenoit (VI Corps and elements of the Guard). Marshal Marquis de Grouchy :

Where was the 51st Regiment at the Battle of Waterloo?

Wellington had ordered the Allied 4th Division to march to Grammont then Enghien then Braine le Comte then Nivelles during 15-17 June 1815. As a result, the 4th Brigade (i.e. the 3rd Btn 14th Foot, 1st Btn 23rd Fusiliers and 2nd Btn 51st Foot) found itself leading the Division and under orders to march on Waterloo.

Which is the most complete Cavalry Corps at Waterloo?

Cavalry Corps. With only three regiments not present at the battle the Cavalry Corps was the most complete at Waterloo fielding 16,133 (933 officers and 13,897 men) after taking into account the small losses at Quarte-Bras and during the retreat on 17 June 1815.