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Master Index to the Military Section

The Military section of the Napoleon Series contains a variety of subjects that are categorized as indicated on the Military Index. However, some might find it easier to locate particular files using this cross-index, which organizes articles chronologically. Each page listed below may be visited with a click. Some pages link to different sections of the site or to different pages in the Military section. In addition, not every page in the Military section is listed in the cross-reference as chronological order was irrelevant in some cases. If you ever get lost, a click on the Napoleon Series logo in the upper left hand corner will bring you home again.
Revolutionary Campaigns: 1793 – 1800 Suvorov, Russia’s Eagle Over The Alps
by Robert A. Mosher
La Maddalena, 1793 by
Muariizio Cinti
The Dutch Army Of 1793-1794
by Geert van Uythoven
Catherine the Great’s Military
Contribution to the Struggle against France: 1793-1796
by
Robert Goetz
French Cavalry Defeats Dutch Fleet?
by Peter Davis
Hesitant Brothers: French and Irish
Revolutionaries, 1795-98
by Mark Bois
Montenotte: A Virtual
Tour
by Bill Peterson
Millesimo and Cosseria: A
Virtual Tour
by Bill Peterson
Dego: A Virtual Tour
by Bill Peterson
Mondovi: A Virtual Tour
by Bill Peterson
Lodi: A Virtual Tour
by Bill Peterson
Mantova: A Virtual Tour
by Bill Peterson
Brescia: A Virtual Tour
by Bill Peterson
Lonato: A Virtual Tour
by Bill Peterson
Lonato, 1796 by Bernard Voyokowich
Castiglione: 3 August
1796 A Virtual Tour
by Bill Peterson
Castiglione: 5 August
1796 A Virtual Tour
by Bill Peterson
Arcole: 15 – 17 November
1796 A Virtual Tour
by Bill Peterson
Rivoli: 14 – 15 January
1797 A Virtual Tour
by Bill Peterson
The Conflict for Malta: 1798
– 1802
by Dale Pappas
The French Artillery
Of 1789-1800
by Yves Martin
The Defense of Great Britain:
1798
by Tom Holmberg
Forces and Strength
of the Army of the Orient
by Eman Vovsi
French
Naval Order of Battle at Aboukir Bay (Battle of the Nile): 1-2
August 1798
by Stephen Millar
The Eye of the
Cyclone at the Fall of the XVIII Century: The Ill-Fated Helvetic
Republic (1798-1803)
by Dr. Gabriel Vital DurandThe 1799 Campaign in Italy by Enrico Acerbi
About the March of the French
Artillery across the Alps: 1800
by Geert van Uythoven
La Garde a Feu! The Consular
Guard at Marengo
by Kevin Kiley
Clash of Arms: Marengo,
14 June 1800
by Roberto Scattolin
1796-1798 : Trois
tentatives d’invasion françaises en Irlande
by Gabriel Vital-Durand
Marengo 1800 – a Lost Account by T.E. Crowdy
Marengo and the Journal of General Jean Boudet by T.E. Crowdy
Marengo: Kellermann’s Charge and the Forgotten Brigade by T.E. Crowdy
The Fortress of Peschiera: Territorial
Defence Resolutions and Geo-Strategic Applications in 1796 Repubblica
Marciana
a by Roberto A. Scattolin
British Static Fortifications to Meet the Treat of Invasion 1798 – 1814 by Gareth Glover
Maps
India:
1799 – 1804
Seringhapatam:
4 mai 1799

by Dr. Gabriel Vital-Durand
Monson’s Retreat: India, 1804
by Tom Holmberg
Napoleon’s
Egyptian Campaign
Napoleon
in Egypt: The Battle of Chobrakit
by Bob Brier and
Mary Mendenhall Wood
Napoleon In Egypt by Cory
Runyan
North to Palestine:
Napoleon Marches Against the Turks
by Herb Feinberg
Jaffa, 1799 by
Mordechai Gichon
Capitulation du général Menou:
31 août 1801
by Dr. Gabriel Vital-Durand
The
Power and Question of Faith: Murad Bey’s Pros and Cons
during the French Invasion of Egypt, 1798-1801
by Eman Vovsi
The Battle of Trafalgar British Fleet at Trafalgar
French Fleet at Trafalgar
Spanish Fleet at Trafalgar
The
Austerlitz Campaign: 1805
Austerlitz: A
Virtual Tour
by Bill Peterson
Lieutenant
General Peter Bagration’s Report to General Mikhail Kutuzov on
Actions at Austerlitz
translated by Alexander Mikaberidze
General
Buxhöwden’s Report to General Kutuzov on the Battle of Austerlitz

translated by Alexander Mikaberidze
Lieutenant
General Miloradovich’s Report to General Kutuzov on the Battle
of Austerlitz
translated by Alexander Mikaberidze
Lieutenant
General Przhebishevsky’s Report on Actions of the 3rd Column
during the Battle of Austerlitz
translated by Alexander Mikaberidze
Report on Killed and Missing
in Action at the Battle of Austerlitz: 2 December 1805
by
Alexander Mikaberidze
Report on the Losses of Russian
Artillery Units at the Battle of Austerlitz: 2 December 1805

by
Alexander Mikaberidze
A Few Notes
on the Russian Losses at Austerlitz
by Alexander Mikaberidze
Russian-Austrian
Order-of-Battle at Austerlitz: 2 December 1805
by Stephen
Millar
1806
Campaign Against Prussia
Auerstadt,
1806

by Stephane Neveu
French Artillery During
The Battle Of Auerstadt
by Robert Burnham
Marshal Davout’s Orders leading
to the Battle of Auerstädt
by Robert Burnham (In French)
Marshal Davout’s Orders leading
to the Battle of Auerstädt
by Robert Burnham (In English)
Deposition
of Prussian Infantry Regiments for the 1806 Campaign
by Stephen
Millar
The Prussian
Army at Auerstadt: 14 October 1806
by Stephen Millar
The Prussian-Saxon Army
at Jena: 14 October 1806
by Stephen Millar
Prussian Light Infantry
in the Jena Campaign
by Kevin Kiley
Maps
Russo-Turkish
War Of 1806-1812
Attack
along the Danube: The Russo-Turkish War of 1810
by Jonathan
North
Battin: l’Austerlitz russe 7
septembre 1810
by Gilles Boue
Russo-Turkish War 1806-1812:
A Bibliography
by Steven H. Smith
1806
– 1807 Campaign In Poland
French
Order-of-Battle during the the Golymin and Pultusk Campaign

by Greg Gorsuch
Action at Borkowo, 24 December
1806
by Robert Goetz
Action at Kolozab, 24 December
1806
by Robert Goetz
Action at Sochocin, 24 December
1806
by Robert Goetz
The Forgotten Debacle: Dänholmen
Island, Swedish Pomerania August 1807
by Stefan Spett
“Heads Up by God!” by
Waitman Beorn
Action Front! Senarmont at
Friedland
by Kevin Kiley
Oudinot’s Grenadier
Division: 1806-1809
by George Nafziger
When the Dutch Fought the
Swedes in 1807
by Stefan Spett
Napoleon’s Polish Campaign: General
Peter Bagration during January – February 1807
by Alexander
Mikaberidze
Russian-Prussian Order-of-Battle
at Eylau: 8 February 1807
by Stephen Millar
Combat of CzarnowoCombat of Nasielsk
Passage of the Wrka
Passage of the Sonna
Combat of PultuskCombat of GolyminSiege of GlogauJournal of the Operations
of the Siege of Breslau

Combat at Bergfried
Combat at Waterdor
Combat at Deppen
Combat at HoffCombat at EylauBattle of EylauPrelude to Eylau:
Benningsen’s Report to the Czar
by Baron Benningsen
The Battle of Eylau
by Denis Davidov
Eylau: Precis Des Travaux
de la Grande Armée
translated by Greg Gorsuch
French
Order of Battle for Friedland: 14 June 1807
by Stephen MillarFrench Cavalry Remounts and Replacements December 1806 to December 1807 by Paul Dawson
Cover up at Mohrungen 25 January 1807 by T.E. Crowdy
Maps
Military
Operations in the Mediterranean and Adriatic Seas 1805 – 1810
Russian
Naval Forces in the Mediterranean: 1805-1809
by Robert Goetz
Russian Land Forces
in the Adriatic: 1803-1807
by Robert Goetz
Capri, Octobre 1808: Opération
amphibie et “commandos” de l’Empereur
by Paul Morillon
Piave River 1809: British
Navy and Royal Marines Assault the Fort at Cortellazzo
by
Roberto Scattolin
Russo-Swedish
War Of 1808-1809
Four
Actions in Finland during the Russian-Swedish War of 1808-09

by Stefan Spatt
General
Count Carl Johan Adlercreutz (1757-1815)
by G. Frilund
Russo-Swedish War Of 1808-1809
by G. Frilund
Russo-Swedish War 1808-1809:
A Bibliography
by Steven H. Smith
A Vicious Combat in the
Norwegian Woods: 1808
by Stefan Spatt
La campagne
de Sävar et Ratan (août 1809)
by Nicolas
Denis Remy
Walcheren
Operation 1809
The
Corps of Embodied Detachments, 1809
by Andrew Bamford
Number
of Wagons and Horses Needed to Move the British Siege Train at
Walcheren 1809
Eté 1809 – Le
désastre de l’île de Walcheren (Zélande)
by Gabriel Vital-Durand,
Gabriel
The
Peninsular War Of 1808-1814
Estimated
Population Of Spain And Portugal In 1808
by Robert Burnham
Getting Lost and Finding the Way: the Use, Misuse and Non-use of Maps and Reconnaissance for Route Planning in the Peninsular War (1807 – 1814) by Richard H.P. Smith
Portuguese Army Actions:
1808-1814
by João Centeno
All Bound For Lisbon: British Army Movements to and from the Peninsula, 1808 to 1814 by Steve Bown
British Army Unit Strengths in the Peninsula War by Andrew Bamford
The
Inheritance of History: Ethics, Warfare, and the Bando of
Móstoles in 1808 Spain
by Roberto Scattolin
France Militaire. Histoire
des Armées Françaises de Terre et de Mer de 1792
à 1837:Chapter IV: Expédition du Portugal
by A. Hugo;.
Translated by Tim Mahon
The Spanish Army at Bailen:
The Artwork of Dionisio Álvarez Cueto
by
Dionisio Álvarez Cueto
The Spanish Army in
1808: The Artwork of Dionisio Álvarez Cueto
by Dionisio Álvarez
Cueto
The French Army in Spain
in 1808: The Artwork of Dionisio Álvarez Cueto
by Dionisio
Álvarez Cueto
The French Army in
Spain in 1809: The Artwork of Dionisio Álvarez Cueto
by Dionisio
Álvarez Cueto
The British Army in Portugal
and Spain: Its Order-of-Battle (June 1808 – April 1809)
by
Ron McGuigan
Some notes on the
Royal Artillery in the Peninsula 1808
by Anthony L. DawsonRecollections of capitaine
de frégate Pierre Baste
Translated by Tim Mahon
The Bailen Enquiry by Susan Howard
The
Capitulation of Bailén according to an Eyewitness
of the Battle
Transcribed
by Juan Sandoval; Translated by Caroline Miley
La
Capitulación de Bailén Según un Testigo
Presencial de la Batalla
Transcribed by Juan Sandoval
Trophies of the
Battle of Bailen
Transcribed by Luis Sorando; Translated
by Caroline Miley
Trofeos de la
Batalla de Bailen (Jaen), (19 Julio 1808)
Transcribed by
Luis Sorando
Unidades  y
Uniformes del Ejército Francés en los Sitios de
Zaragoza
by
Luis Sorando
Roliça
a Most Important Affair
Portugal 1808 by Stuart
Hadaway
Roliça Portugal
1808 by Robert Burnham
Vimeiro Portugal 1808
by Robert Burnham
Somosierra Spain 1808
by Robert Burnham
Rifleman
Thomas Plunkett: ‘A Pattern for the Battalion.’
Spain
1809 by Stuart Hadaway
The British Army
during the Retreat to Corunna in 1808: The Artwork of Dionisio Álvarez
Cueto
by Dionisio Álvarez Cueto
The Battle of
La Coruña: Decisive in a Vital Campaign

by Cyril Falls
British Losses in the Corunna Campaign by Steve Brown

Flags of the Defenders
of Zaragoza during the 2nd French Siege (21 December
1808 to 21 February 1809
Spain 1809 by Luis Sorando
Muzás
Banderas de los
Defensores de Zaragoza en el 2º Sitio (21-Diciembre -1808
al 21-Febrero-1809)
Spain 1809 by Luis Sorando Muzás
The Bridge At Alcantara
Spain 1809 by Robert Burnham
Senority of British Commanders
in Spain and Portugal in 1809
Spain 1809 by Ron McGuigan
Battle of Oporto 1809 (The Crossing of the Douro) by Graham Moores
The German and Dutch Troops in Spain by Richard Tennant
The Armies at Talavara:
The Artwork of Dionisio Álvarez Cueto

The French Army
at Talavera de la Reyna: 27 – 28 July 1809
by Stephen Millar
The Baden Army at the Battle
of Talavera
Spain 1809 by Robert Burnham
The Spanish at Talavera
(28-7-1809)
Translated by Caroline Miley
The Lines of Torres Vedras – 1809-14 by Dr. Mark S. Thompson
British
Forces at Cadiz 1810-1814: Organisation, Strength, and Losses
by
Andrew Bamford
Barba del Puerco Spain 1810
by Robert Burnham
Fort Concepcion Spain
1810 by Robert Burnham
Action On The River Coa Portugal
1810 by Robert Burnham
General Robert Craufurd’s
Letter to General Wellington Reporting the Results of the
Action on the River Coa
Portugal 1810 by Robert Burnham
The Siege of Almeida
Portugal 1810 by Robert Burnham
Expenditure
of Ammunition and Guns by the French during the Siege of Ciudad
Rodrigo
Spain 1810
Military Discipline in Catalonia 1810-11 by Susan Howard
The Polish Victory at Fuengirola 14 October 1810 by Jonathan North
A Polish Officer in the Peninsular War: the Memoirs of Captain Józef Kozłowski, 9th Infantry Regiment of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw Translated by Mark Tadeusz Łałowski and edited by Jonathan North
Fallen
Eagles: a Story of French Military Dissent in Iberia
by
Roberto A. Scattolin
Why the Battle of Fuentes de Oñoro Was Wellington’s ‘Worse Scrape’ in 1811 by Richard Tennant
Trophies
Taken by the French Forces From the Portuguese during the Spanish
Campaign
by Luis Sorando
“At dawn, great firing
was heard:” A Spanish Eyewitness to the Sieges of
Badajoz, 1811
by João Centeno and Donald E. Graves (Translators)
The
Albuera Archives

A Polish Aide-de-Camp at Albuera 16 May 1811
A Polish Lancer at Albuera 16 May 1811
Beresford’s
Edited Dispatch to Wellington

The
Bravery of Ensign
Thomas 3rd Foot

Details
of British and Portuguese Casualties at Albuera

Images
of Allied Units

Images
of French Units

Images of the Battle
Panorama of the Battlefield
which is
a panorama sketch of the battlefield done
shortly after the battle
Portraits
The
Ordeal of Lt. Matthew Latham

The French Army at
Albuera: 16 May 1811
by Stephen Millar
Trophies of Albuera (May
16, 1811)
Spain 1811 by Luis Sorando Muzás
Trofeos de la Albeura (16
de mayo de 1811)
Spain 1811 by Luis Sorando Muzás (In Spanish)
Soult’s Report on the Battle
of Albuera, 16 May 1811
Spain 1811 by Donald E. Graves
“The contest was
arduous, and our situation was critical:” Major-General William
(“Auld Grog Willie”) Stewart Reports on the
2nd Division at Albuera, May 1811
Spain 1811 by Donald
E. Graves
“Three times
the French was take the bridge:” A King’s
German Legion Officer at Albuera, May 1811
by Donald
E. Graves
“We drove them back with charged
bayonets:” A King’s German Legion Rifleman at Albuera
by
Donald E. Graves
A German Officer on the
Spanish Staff at Albuera, 1811
by Donald E. Graves
Sabugal Portugal 1811 by
Vic Powell & Colin Jones
Arroyos dos Molinos Spain
1811 by Robert Burnham
Multiethnic Military
Dissent and Armed Resistance in 1811 Portugal: Controlling Conflict, Chaudron’s
Attested Choice and The Formation of the Independents
by Roberto Scattolin
Marshal Suchet and
the Siege of Valencia
Spain 1812 by Dominique Contant,
Robert Ouvrard, and Jonathan Dominique
The Seige Of Ciudad Rodrigo Spain
1812 by Robert Burnham
Expenditure
of Ammunition and Guns by the British during the Siege of Ciudad
Rodrigo
Spain 1812
“Universally
Esteemed by His Brothers in Arms:” Lieutenant Edward
de Salaberry, R.E. at
Badajoz, 6 April 1812 by
John R. Grodzinski
Wellington’s Headquarters at
Freineda Portugal
by Robert Burnham
Wellington’s Headquarters
in Freineda Portugal: A Virtual Tour
by Luis Fernandes
Civilian Casualties
during the Sack of Badajoz 1812
by Fernando Ortiz
The Destruction of the Bridge
at Almaraz
Spain 1812 by Robert Burnham
Garcia Hernandez Spain 1812
by Colin Jones & Vic Powell
A Devil of an Affair: the
Combat at Majahalonda
Spain 1812 by Robert Burnham
British Artillery at Vitoria Spain
1813 by Robert Burnham
French
Artillery Captured by the British at Vitoria
Spain 1813
Combat Of The Ordal Cross Spain
1813 by Miquel Miro
Napoleon’s Last Offensive in Spain:
Vera
Spain 1813 by Vic Powell & the PNS
San Sebastian Then and Now: the Siege of 1813 By Gareth Glover
Wellington’s Mules by Richard Tennant
Allied Use of Telegraphs during the Peninsular War by Dr. Mark S. Thompson
The
1809 War With Austria
Austrian
Order-of-Battle at Wagram: 5 – 6 July 1809
by Stephen MillarCastel Cerino 1809: Battle Events and Strategic Survey in Zanoli’s Memoirs by Roberto Scattolin
The
French Bridging Operations across the Danube in 1809
by Howard
Douglas
Battle of Mount Kitta (also called
Kitta Mount) 16th May 1809
by Paul Latham
MacDonald &
Prince Eugene: The Battle Of The Piave
by Mike Hallaron
South Tyrol 1809: When Faith
Sustained Honour
by Roberto Scattolin
The
1809 War with Austria: the “Thunder on the Danube”
Archives
by John Gill
The Austrian
Hauptarmee in Late March
by John GIll
Bravery
at the Brenta River: Ambrogio Uboldo and Stories of Valour
by
Roberto Scattolin
May
1809 – On
Conduct and Leadership: a French view at Essling
by
Roberto Scattolin
The Girl of Kismegyer at the Battle of Raab by Ferdi Irmfried Wöber
Maps
The
1812 Invasion Of Russia
1812 Campaign Preparations and Logisitics by Paul Dawson
1812. Russian Campaign on the Left Wing of the Grande Armée by Thierry LeGrand
Composition
and Strength of the Russian Armies at the Beginning of 1812

by Alexander Mikaberidze
French Numbered Infantry Regiments
At Borodino: 5 – 7 September 1812
by Eman M. Vovsi
How Many Troops Did Napoleon Have on the Niemen in 1812? by François Leouard
Russian Artillery on the
Eve of the Battle of Borodino, 7 September 1812
by Alexander
Mikaberidze
Polish Infantry & Artillery by Robert Burnham
The Lithuanian Military
Under Napoleon in 1812
by Ilya Kudriashov
X Corps De La Grande Armée
In 1812
by Steven H. Smith
Riga Military Command by Steven H. Smith
Napoleon’s 29th Bulletin Translated by John Voltmer
Peter
Bagration: The Best Georgian General of the Napoleonic Wars
by Alexander Mikaberidze
The Mutiny of Generals: Peter
Bagration and Barclay de Tolly at Smolensk August, 1812
by
Alexander Mikaberidze
The
Battle of Borodino
by
Alexander Mikaberidze
The Saxon Army
1810 – 13: The Campaign of 1812
by Howard Giles
To
Delft via Archangelsk: H.T. Verhoef (1790-1865)and
His Uniform Jacket
by Marikska Pool and Mark van Hattem
Four
Men and a Woman: Remarkable Dutch Experiences during the
Russian Campaign of Napoleon in 1812
by
Marikska Pool and Mark van Hattem
Rivers
and the Destruction of Napoleon’s Grand Army
by Anthony
Kuhn
A Memoir of the Cossacks in the Netherlands, 22-24 November 1813 by Marc Geerdink-Schaftenaar
Why did Napoleon Fail in Russia in 1812?
Maps
The
War of 1812
The
British Army Stationed in British North America 1812-1815

by Ron McGuigan
Maps
The
1813 Campaign In Central Europe
Allied
Order-of-Battle at Dresden: 26 – 27 August 1813

by Stephen Millar
Allied
Order-of-Battle at Leipzig: 16-18 October 1813

by Stephen Millar
French Order-of-Battle at Leipzig: 16-18 October 1813
by Stephen
Millar
Hanau
1813
by J. Y. Celle (in French)
The 8th Polish Corps In
1813
by Yves Martin
Leopold Beyer’s War
Scenes: 1813 – 1815


Memoir of Admiral Paul Andreyevich Kolzakov: the Capture of General
Vandamme 18 August 1813
Translated by Alexander Mikaberidze
Polish Grenadiers
Of The Imperial Guard 1813
by Yves Martin
Russian Cossacks in Holland:
1813
by Bas de Groot
The British Army in
the Low Countries, 1813-1814
by
Andrew Bamford
Battalions of Detachments in 1814 – the Duke of York Responds to
Britain’s Manpower Shortfall
by Andrew Bamford
Maps
The
1814 Campaign in France

The
Russian Occupation of Nogent-sur-Seine
Translated by Yves
Martin
Le 4e Régiment de Dragons à Nangis
1814
by Manuel Antonio Brito

The Campaign of 1814
by Maurice Weil

Maps
Norway
– Sweden 1814
The
Norwegian-Swedish War of 1814
by
Martin Sandbekken
The
1815 Waterloo Campaign
Anglo-Allied
Army in Flanders and France – 1815
by Ron McGuigan
British Army Theatre Returns: Flanders and France 1815
The Hundred Days by Fons
Libert
“. . . Not so bad as some say”: Ney at Quatre Bras by Professor Wayne Hanley
The Waterloo Virtual Tour
by Fons Libert
The Ligny Virtual Tour by
Vic Powell
The Defense Of Hougoumont
by Bob Elmer
The Netherlands Reserve
Army In 1815
by Geert van Uythoven
Quatre Bras: The Maps Use in Battleground
Prelude to Waterloo
Computer Wargame
by Hans Boersma
The Crossroads: Netherlands
Forces at Les Quatre Bras 15 – 16 June 1815
by Hans Boersma
French Orders and Reports
from the Waterloo Campaign
by Dominique Contant
Cambronne’s
Words
by John White
The Allied Occupation
Army In Post-Waterloo France
by Ron McGuigan
The Bivouac Close
To The Gates Of Paris
by Alan J. Howard
German Waterloo Sources by Peter Hofschröer
A Bibliography
on the Army of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the Waterloo
Campaign, 1815
by Bruno Nackaerts, Hans Boersma, and Geert
van Uythoven
The Capture of a French General
at Waterloo
by Mark McManus
French Order-of-Battle
at Waterloo: 18 June 1815
by Stephen Millar
French Order-of-Battle at
Wavre: 18 June 1815
by Stephen Millar
Prussian Army
of the Lower Rhine: the Waterloo Campaign 1815
by Stephen
Millar
A Canadian
Peninsular and
Waterloo Man: The Story of Captain Alexander Macnab, 2/30th Foot
by Major John Grodzinski
2nd Battalion
69th (South Lincolnshire) Foot during
the Waterloo Campaign
by Martin Aaron
The
Key to Victory: General d’Erlon’s I Corps, 16 June 1815
by
Stephen Millar
Chassé’s
Division at Waterloo: Two Eye-witness Accounts
by Bas de Groot
A
Very Pretty Little Battalion” The
3/14th Regiment of Foot in the Waterloo Campaign
by Steve Brown
‘Too soon by an hour’: The failure of the French Reserve Cavalry at Waterloo by Stephen Millar
Mercer’s Troop at Waterloo by Gareth Glover
A Letter Home from Waterloo by a Westphalian Landwehr Soldier by Oltman Onnen
General Miguel de Alava’s Account of Waterloo
List of Officers, Killed, Wounded, and Missing at the Battle of Quatre Bras: 16 June 1815
List of Officers, Killed, Wounded, and Missing during the Retreat to Waterloo: 17 June 1815
List of Officers, Killed, Wounded, and Missing at Waterloo: 18 June 1815