The 32nd Regiment of Foot
sets out to accuratly represent the soldiers of the british army around the time period of 1815.
Our main goal is to closly reenact the Formations, Command Structure and Discipline of the british army.
And as some clans may focus and there for beat us in combat skills . None will stand more disciplined nor better trained in the ranks than a soldier of the 32nd regiment,
for our only goal is not to win the game we play in. It is to fight it with the full respect of the drills and tactics of history.
If you are looking for a realistic line regiment who is known for its Structure, Orginisation, Discipline and Galantry. Then the 32nd Might be the place for you.
Bearing the tags of the 32nd means that you are part of a well kown and respected clan with over a year experience.
Members of this clan can proudly say :"I am a soldier in the 32nd Regiment!"
Lance Corporal (Lcpl)
Staff Sergeant (Ssgt)
Colour Sergeant (Csgt)
Second Lieutenant (2Lt)
First Lieutenant (Lt)
Lieutenant Colonel (Ltc)
Our training and events always run through the weekend. And the times can always be looked up.
If this does not suffice there is always your section leader and platoon leader
who will make sure you are up to date with the training times.
these are the Normal Scheduled event times:
Friday Training = 20:00GMT (british Time) / 21:00GMT+1(EU time) / 15:00 EST (Eastern Time)
Saturday Training = 20:00GMT (british Time) / 21:00GMT+1(EU time) / 15:00 EST (Eastern Time)
Sunday Training = 18:00GMT (british Time) / 19:00GMT+1(EU time) / 13:00 EST (Eastern Time)
Sunday Linebattle = 19:00GMT (british Time) / 20:00GMT+1(EU time) / 14:00 EST (Eastern Time)
MediaHistory of the Original Regiment If you are interrested in joining the 32nd regiment
then go to our website at www.32ndregiment.clannow.com and hit the sign
where it says join the regiment.
Here you will find a detailed instruction on the steps on how to join.
The 32nd Regiment of Foot of the British Army was first raised in 1702 as a regiment of marines to fight in the War of Spanish Succession.
It won its first battle honour in 1705 for the siege and capture of Gibraltar.
The 32nd landed in Portugal in 1808, and under the soon to be Duke of Wellington, fought in the battles of Roliça and Vimiero. They fought under Moore in the retreat to Corunna, and on returning to England they were part of the Walcheren expedition in the Netherlands where many were struck down with malaria. After being reinforced they returned to Spain, leading the assault on Salamanca and taking part in all the major conflicts right into France. For the final chapter in Napoleon's history, the 32nd fought at the battle of Quatre Bras, arriving about 2 pm just in time to help halt the French advance. The Cornish regiment were renowned for their bloodcurdling Death Howl before attacking. Two days later at Waterloo the 32nd were stationed opposite the French main attacks, stoically standing their ground before attacking Napoleon's assaulting troops. There were 647 men of all ranks at the start of 18 June 1815, and at the end of the day there were only 131 men left standing; they suffered the greatest loss of any regiment on that day.
They Stood, They Fought, They Died, They Won, They Are Remembered