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xxxxxxx16 Dec 2014 6:41 a.m. PST

From the Napoleon-Series ….
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lieutenant 1er porte-aigle du 105e du ligne Jean Chantelat (Bourges en Cher 1769 – Bourges 1839) – blessé à Waterloo d'un coup de feu à la jambe gauche. [Martinien, Base Lenore]
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Personal logo deadhead Supporting Member of TMP16 Dec 2014 7:04 a.m. PST

That whole discussion on the Napoleon series forum is fascinating. We've all known that Ewart's story was not quite "reproducible" and assumed that Capt and corporal together took the Royals' eagle. The 6th Dragoons claim is rarely discussed in such detail. What is really new to me here is the other claims, to even a temporary seizure of an eagle, plus the fannions captured.

There is still enough material around for many a book I am beginning to realise…..but it needs expert research of primary sources (and a good command of European languages).

Thanks for highlighting this. Brilliant!

serge joe16 Dec 2014 1:31 p.m. PST

Great topic thanks greetings serge joe

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