Unit Histories - Allied Infantry

Silesian Landwehr
Mustered in: June 2009
Composition: PN19 x 22, PN20 x 1, PN23 x 1 (all David Clayton figures)
Painted by: Me
Battle Honours:
Battle of the Crossroads (December 2010) – famously ridden down by their own side during the charge of the Union brigade (French victory)
Battle of the Farm (October 2011) – formed part of the attacking force on the right flank (French victory)
Battle of the Ridge (October 2011) – deployed on the extreme left flank of the Allied line where they were routed by the Swedes (Draw)
Vintage Waterloo (November 2015) – formed part of the flanking Prussian force on the main table (French defeat)
Birthday Bash (June 2016) -  fought with great pluck on the right of the allied line (Allied defeat)
Vintage Leipzig (October 2016) - fought under Bernadotte on the north table where they became engaged in the fire-fight around Sellerhausen (Allied victory)
 

51st Gabriel Spleny Regiment
Mustered in: September 2008
Composition: AN9 x 1, AN21 x 3, AN22 x 1, AN24 x 13, AN30 x 1, AN33 x 5 (16 x vintage figures, 8 x David Clayton figures)
Painted by: Me
Battle Honours:
Battle of the Farm (October 2011) – attacked on the allied right and were routed by the 45th ligne (French victory)
Battle of the Ridge (October 2011) – formed square towards the end of the battle and repelled the Guard lancers (Draw)
Birthday Bash (June 2016) - formed square and successfully saw off the French cavalry (Allied victory)
Vintage Leipzig (October 2016) - deployed as part of Schwarzenburg's 'steamroller' but didn't see much action (Allied victory)

 
The Swedish Division
Mustered in: July 2009
Composition: SWN4 x 22, SWN7 x 46, 2 x S Range officers, 1 x Scruby officer, 1 x Scruby standard bearer (all knock-off figures except the S Range & Scruby ones)
Painted by: Unknown (touched up by me)
Battle Honours
Battle of the Farm (September 2011) – rather unorthodoxly the division fought on both sides with one regiment attacking on the allied right and the other two forming the French reserve in the centre (French victory)
Battle of the Ridge (October 2011) – fought for the French and heroically attacked the British on the ridge even forcing the Naval battalion to give ground (allied victory)
Birthday Bash (June 2016) – the division was split once again and somehow managed to fight on both sides (allied defeat)
Vintage Leipzig (October 2016) – Fought under Bernadotte on the north table. Towards the end of the battle they attacked the Saxon squares holding the right flank of Marmont’s line (allied victory)



Russian Grenadiers 
Mustered in: July 2007
Composition: RN17 x 22, RN11 x 2 (all vintage figures)
Painted by: Me
Battle Honours:
Battle of the Farm (September 2011) – attacked on the allied right and were repelled by the 45th ligne (French victory)
Battle of the Ridge (October 2011) – anchored the allied right standing firmly in square at the end of the line (Draw)
Birthday Bash (June 2016) – involved in the fight for the churchyard where they delivered devastating musketry to the Swiss (allied defeat)
Vintage Leipzig (October 2016) – fought in Benningsen’s  command and supported the attack on Markkleeberg (allied victory)



Prussian Jagers
Mustered in:  September 2016 (as a skirmish unit May 2012)
Composition: PN24x 2, PN25 x 1, PN26 x 3, PN27 x 4, PN28 x 8, PN29 x 6 (all vintage figures)
Painted by: Me
Battle Honours
Vintage Leipzig (October 2016) – fought as part of Bernadotte’s Army of the North. Were active towards the end of the battle when they supported the Swedes in the attack on Marmont’s right flank (allied victory)




West Prussian Fusiliers
Mustered in:  October 2014
Composition: PN1x 1, PN4 x 20, PN5 x 1, PN6 x 1, PN7 x 1 (23 x vintage figures, 1 x Clayton)
Painted by: Me
Battle Honours
Vintage Waterloo (November 2015) – part of the flanking force on the main table that pressed in on D’Erlon’s flank (allied victory)
Vintage Leipzig (October 2016) – took heavy casualties from artillery fire as they advanced from Sellerhausen towards Marmont’s line (allied victory)
 
 

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