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C M DODSON17 Oct 2020 10:05 a.m. PST

The Battle of Quatre Bras Timeline ‪6.30 PM‬ to dusk

The Guards of 1st British Infantry Division [ Major-general George Cooke commanding] having entered the Bois de Bossu are pushing the French to the edge of the wood. Fighting is fierce but the French have no reserves and can only delay the inevitable faced with 4000 exhausted but eager Guardsmen.

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The withdrawal of the 2nd Legere [Colonel Pierre-Francois Maigrot] to positons near Piramount has allowed the British 95th Rifles [ Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Andrew Barnard] to infiltrate the hamlet of Thyle.

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This action has reopened the Namur road and the communication route to the Prussians at Ligny.

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This advance is supported by newly arrived elements of Brunswick infantry and artillery extending the Allied left.


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The 1st Hanoverian Infantry Brigade [Major-General Count Frederich von Kielmansegge] , advances towards the Gemioncourt stream pushing back the dispirited French who elect to make a stand behind the sturdy hedge line.


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However, the French artillery, efficient as ever start to inflict serious casualties and the fighting dies down ending in a stalemate with both sides exhausted.

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Marshal Ney having dined with Prince Jerome despatches his report to the Emperor before trying to get some much needed rest.

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Meanwhile as dusk falls His Grace, the Duke of Wellington, accompanied by General Willem, the Hereditary Prince of Orange-Nassau scout the French camp near Ferme Lairalle.

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Today has been a momentous one, and tomorrow promises to be another…..

mghFond17 Oct 2020 12:20 p.m. PST

Very impressive!

dibble17 Oct 2020 12:52 p.m. PST

Yup! Jolly good…:)

repaint17 Oct 2020 1:38 p.m. PST

I thought the first picture was a painting!

Very nicely done.

advocate17 Oct 2020 2:22 p.m. PST

As ever, great modelling and fantastic photography.

Nine pound round17 Oct 2020 2:24 p.m. PST

I can't WAIT to see what you do with Hougomont…

WillBGoode17 Oct 2020 3:17 p.m. PST

These are amazing!

d88mm1940 Supporting Member of TMP17 Oct 2020 11:18 p.m. PST

Sweet Mother of Pearl! They even got Graves Registration digging graves!

C M DODSON21 Oct 2020 1:20 a.m. PST

Thank you to everyone for their kind comments.

This section of pictures concludes my re-fight and I will be moving on to re-fighting Antietam .

There is a WIP in the ACW section.

I was particularly pleased with the Ney scene but unfortunately my attempts to produce scale burning candles failed and I resorted to a pink light to represent sunset.

Similarly, I spent an hour trying to get the correct lighting level with a burning torch on the ADC. My attempts failed and I therefore Photoshopped a more successful attempt from my Ligny re-fight, correctly lit.

I have posted an after action report in the relevant section for those who might be interested.

Thank you again.

Chris

ScottWashburn Sponsoring Member of TMP21 Oct 2020 4:35 a.m. PST

Wonderful! An amazing effort!

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