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Who are they?

5 years 8 months ago #1 by Saddletank

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    I should know who these troops are - I keep thinking Dutch jager but I may be wrong. Are they in fact Austrian jager uniformed re-enactors at Waterloo 200?






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    5 years 8 months ago #2 by Marching Thru Georgia

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  • The lost Swedish regiment. :cheer:

    I can make this march and I will make Georgia howl.

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    5 years 8 months ago - 5 years 8 months ago #3 by mdwn15

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    Hi guys If i may ;)


    Belgian Chaseurs




    Netherlands Jagers




    Like for the line infantry only the ''belgian shako'' similar as the English shako (stove pipe)
    ... belgians troops only.
    the Netherlands troops use another kind of shako...similar as a french shako but with 2 visors one front one back.

    The battalions of the North and South differed only in hairstyle: conical shako visor and neck guard for the former, shako model ...

    Belgian Infantry



    Netherlands Infantry






    In fact in Waterloo reconstitution there are a lots of troops that don't have nothing to do with Waterloo battle but because the uniforms are beautiful s...and almost from the same Napoleonic era... and they need peoples to the show they added all uniforms from the world as possible to created ''the masse''...and the result is very nice...just saying !

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    5 years 8 months ago #4 by Holdit

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    They're members of a little-known type of Napoleonic infantry called "Burgermunchers". Sometimes they also wear French, British and Prussian uniforms, but are nevertheless easy to identify because they're the best-fed Napoleonic infantry you're ever likely to see.

    Their descendants fought at Gettysburg in 1993.

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    5 years 8 months ago #5 by Saddletank

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    Thanks guys, I'm still confused. Which unit are they? A (non-humorous!) one word answer will do!

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    5 years 8 months ago #6 by Volunteer

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    Holdit wrote: They're members of a little-known type of Napoleonic infantry called "Burgermunchers". Sometimes they also wear French, British and Prussian uniforms, but are nevertheless easy to identify because they're the best-fed Napoleonic infantry you're ever likely to see.

    Their descendants fought at Gettysburg in 1993.


    Isn't one of their orders for saluting when marching "Pies, Right!"? :sick:

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    5 years 8 months ago #7 by Grog

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    5 years 8 months ago #8 by Marching Thru Georgia

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  • I was being serious. They're Swedish infantry. The top hats are unique.

    I can make this march and I will make Georgia howl.
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    5 years 8 months ago - 5 years 8 months ago #9 by mdwn15

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    Grog Holdit plus Marching Thru Georgia :kiss: sorry guys my mistake have deleted my comments

    I maintain only...in Waterloo reconstitution there are a lots of troops that don't have nothing to do with Waterloo battle but because the uniforms are beautiful s...and almost from the same Napoleonic era... and they need peoples to the show they added all uniforms from the world as possible to created ''the masse''...and the result is very nice...!




    :P

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