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Sergeant Joe Supporting Member of TMP22 Feb 2021 12:00 p.m. PST

unit acording to Alombert & Colin, Campagne de l805 en Allemagne
Paris, l904
Histoire des Campagnes de l'Emperor Napoleon en l805-l806 et l807 – l809, Tome
l, Campagne de l805 looking for some info lke uniforms and alike jut another austerlitz question

Sergeant Joe Supporting Member of TMP22 Feb 2021 12:04 p.m. PST


Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP22 Feb 2021 12:07 p.m. PST

DA BUG my friend….


Sergeant Joe Supporting Member of TMP22 Feb 2021 1:39 p.m. PST

Corsicaanse Chasseurs
Gedateerd: 12 november 2008.

Ik ben net klaar met 2 1805 Franse lichte infantries, geschilderd als de Corsicaanse Chasseurs van het 11th Light Regiment. Ik hoop dat ze een interessante bijdrage kunnen leveren aan het ETS.
Xi Frankrijk

Corsicaanse Chasseurs

Veel dank aan Mr Chen.

Druk op de knop Terug om terug te gaan.
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Sergeant Joe Supporting Member of TMP22 Feb 2021 1:53 p.m. PST

found this oeps just using this info for me thanks any way grts joe

Personal logo SHaT1984 Supporting Member of TMP22 Feb 2021 5:14 p.m. PST

Dare I say, strange we covered this just a week ago?

>>. TMP link


As long as you don't confuse the '5' battalions of 'National Guard' who wore brown uniform cloth with various coloured facings positioned around Corsica.

With the '1' and ONLY 1803 formed original battalion Chasseurs Corse (now commonly known as Tirailleur Corse' who fought under Soult from 1805 to 1807 Campaigns etc… who were dressed in French legere type uniforms and equipment.

Those model figures above are not correct because they don't include the facings properly in apple- medium green.

(1) These pics represent conclusion of the battalion with I hope more accurate command and elites than I could have done earlier. Minifigs modified models.

IMG_3458_Bon Tir Corse 1805 side_sm.


IMG_3461_Tir Corse rear_sm .


IMG_3534_Bon Tirailleur Corse 1805_sm .

(4) Chasseurs stand only (painted in 2000's).

IMG_3210_ Tir Corse 25mm 01_sm

by DaveW, on Flickr

Note I did not follow exactly the information for the voltigeurs on the re-enactor site that has since disappeared. I did however grab a copy of it in parts!


Personal logo SHaT1984 Supporting Member of TMP25 Feb 2021 3:42 p.m. PST

~may as well cross post this
The missing site, which gladly I had translated for my own use, as I found it the most comprehensive on the subject, if not by this gentleman or at least one of his reenactor partners:


Whilst my unit is 'completed', anyone who requires further information, until the site resurfaces, is welcome to request the saved info,
cheers dcup

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