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SP Musket Era 1812 Russian Campaign

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kotofey

Squire
Some Opolchenie
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Some Russian Guard Infantry
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Well, you know who they are:
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sifis172

Sergeant Knight
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absolutelly lovely!!!

i like the carabiniers uniforms.
i could'nt make out who those guys with the bearskin are.
the horse grenadiers of the guard have blue uniforms, so it can't be them :???:.
 
Cuirasses for one, taller men and horses too. The Carabinier-à-cheval regiments were the heaviest of all of France's regular army cavalry. The figure you posted transformed into this by the time this mod is set.
 
I get that Blue but what about this "elite company, dragoons" uniforms? It always has been like that bcs never saw anything like them before except the above mentioned pre-reformed Carabiniers-à-Cheval
 
The first company of every cavalry squadron was considered 'elite' and was usually given a gussied-up uniform.

Elite company dragoons wore red epaulettes and hat cords, by the way. I think only the sappers wore white cords.
 

Higgings

Knight at Arms
Yes funny thing with the French and thier "elite sqd".
Have the book "Uniforms of Waterloo" and it shows among many other things, a Frence Hussar from the 4th Regiment elite Company.
Thier uniform is almost more splendid then those of officers of the other companys.  :smile:
 
Looks good, but neither the Horse Grenadiers nor the Empress' Dragoons wore their dress coats on campaign. That was strictly prohibited.
 
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