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Ponsonbys Union Brigade troopers from the 6th Inniskillings Scots

Ponsonbys Union Brigade troopers from the 6th Inniskillings Scots

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Ponsonby's Union Brigade (troopers from the 6th Inniskillings, Scots Greys and Royal Dragoons) charging at the Battle of Waterloo on 18th June 1815

Ponsonby's Union Brigade (troopers from the 6th Inniskillings, Scots Greys and Royal Dragoons)

Norie Orlando Royal Scots Greys At Waterloo Canvas 11 x 14 #8801 | eBay

Counter-charge of the French Lancers against the Royal Scots Greys, Battle of Waterloo

"Scotland for ever!" Lady Butler's iconic picture of the Charge of the Royal. “

Royal Scots Greys 2nd Dragoons: Battle of Waterloo 18th June 1815: picture by Charles Hamilton Smith

Sergeant Ewart of the Royal Scots Greys capturing the Standard and Eagle of the French 45th

French Lancers counterattack against the Scots Greys at Waterloo ---Triumph of Nations cover by Peter Dennis

Royal Scots Greys and 92nd Gordon Highlanders at the Battle of Waterloo on 18th June 1815

Third Regiment of Foot Guards (now Scots Guards) repulsing the attack of the Old

Sergeant Charles Ewart of the Scots Greys at Waterloo, wielding the 1796 pattern sword as he captures the Eagle of the French 45e Ligne; painting by Richard ...

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Scots Greys charging at the Battle of Waterloo on 18th June 1815: picture by Thomas

Lasalle requires 6 bases for a large cavalry unit, and I usually go with each base representing a squadron. The Union Brigade was made up of 9 squadrons or ...

British Union Brigade counterattacked by French Cuirassiers and Lancers at the Battle of Waterloo on 18th

Sergeant Ewart of the Royal Scots Greys capturing the Standard and Eagle of the French 45th

Death of Sir William Ponsonby

Water colour of pair of troopers as they would have been uniformed during the War of Austrian Succession. On the left is a trooper of the Scots Greys (then ...

Here are my Scots Greys, the 2nd Dragoons more properly called, in 1815. The figures are by Perry painted for me a few years ago by Carl R..

inal advance of the Allied line against the retreating French army at the Battle of Waterloo

Sir William Ponsonby

Charge of the Royal Scots Greys at the Battle of Waterloo on 18th June 1815:

33rd Foot defending the gates at Shibden Hall

Charge of the Royal Scots Greys during the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. This is

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The Scots Greys at Waterloo by Lady Butler. “

Battle of Vitoria

... the Colour - The Royal Dragoons in the Peninsula and at Waterloo by A. E. Clark-Kennedy, page 101. Note how the three regiments of the Union Brigade ...

The Battle of Waterloo and The Royal Scots Greys and Sergeant Charles Ewart. At around 2pm Major General Ponsonby's Union Brigade ...

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Monument to the Royal Scots Greys in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, erected in 1906 to commemorate the fallen of the Regiment during the Boer War

Whilst ...

2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys) training in a field in France. Based on the helmets being worn by the men in the photograph, it is probable that the ...

Here are some shots of my Union Brigade taken during the recent troop review. This unit is my current favourite due to the rather pleasing splash of colour ...

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CW10, The Carabiniers, 6th Dragoon Guards, 24 x 31 mm

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CW10, The Carabiniers, 6th Dragoon Guards, 24 x 31 mm

Picture: British light cavalry attack the retreating French baggage train at Vitoria 1814.

Officers and men of the King's German Legion were considered by Wellington as equal to British troops. Here are two views of a trooper of the 1st KGL Light ...

1888 Large Antique Engraving - The Royal Scots Greys - Church Parade In Brighton

Bothwell Bridge, June 1679

The Scots Greys, which had been reduced in size because of the end of the Peninsular War, were expanded.

I'm pleased to say that Number One London's Country House Tour was a resounding success and that a good time was had by all! Our group was the perfect size ...

1st The Royal Dragoons

It was now about 2.25pm and that is when Sir William led the Union Brigade forward to the charge. Lord Uxbridge had observed the French deployment and ...

ESCI Scots Greys

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Officers and men of the King's German Legion were considered by Wellington as equal to British troops. Here are two views of a trooper of the 1st KGL Light ...

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Sherman tank of the Royal Scots Greys in Italy on 29 September 1943. The regiment's vehicles were painted with a dapple grey colour scheme such as can be ...

Having been inspired by the final look of the Inniskillings I decided to fish out my DK British Dragoons and give them a make over.

The 2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys)

Scotland yet onto Victory by Richard Caton Woodville.

Ewart seizes the standard at Waterloo.

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Charge of the 2nd Life Guards at the Battle of Waterloo on 18th June 1815:

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The 2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys)

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“As the Scots Greys waded through the French column, Sergeant Charles Ewart found himself within sight of the eagle of 45e Régiment de Ligne (45th Regiment ...

Riding on a Sherman from The Scots Greys in Torre Annunziata, on the road to

Waterloo, 18th June 1815 - Charge of the 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons by Brian Palmer.

SOLD. 6th Dragoon (Inniskillings) Troopers ...

KK 752, Royal Scots Greys, war casting, 46 x 43 mm

The 2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys)

Scots Greys. Waterloo battle map

Ensign Ewart's tomb

A plethora of shots from Dave of his ESCI Scots Greys.

16 FINELY PAINTED HaT 1/72 BRITISH 1st (ROYAL) DRAGOONS Battle Of Waterloo | #487899424

Household Cavalry in 1815. Left: Life Guards Right: Horse Guards. Picture by

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Major General William Ponsonby, Lt Coll of the Fifth Dragoon Guards.jpg

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The 2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys)

Shermans and transports of RSG in Wismar.jpg

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Rare Antique Orig VTG 1888 Mexican Independence Day Plateros Engraving Art Print

SOLD. 6th Dragoon (Inniskillings) Troopers ...

The Battle of Waterloo and The Royal Scots Greys and Sergeant Charles Ewart. At around 2pm Major General Ponsonby's Union Brigade ...

An officer's partisan from 1655

“The Scots Greys, which had been reduced in size because of the end of the Peninsular War, were expanded. This time, there would be 10 troops of cavalry, ...

Lieutenant Colonel Sir Ranulph Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, 2nd Bt, OC Royal Scots Greys in 1942, posing with the crew of his Grant command tank in September ...

The British Army by Orlando Norie.

Scotland Forever

Sir William's Sword