Battle of Waterloo
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Napoleonic, uniforms, Artillery, 95th Rifles
CT5044 95th Rifles Officers Tunic This our 'standard' version of the 95th Officers tunic, made from Rifle Green wool with black velvet collar and cuffs, the example illustrated is the one we make for the majority of our Re-enactor clients. All the lace is black russia wool lace as per original.
Canadian Military Heritage
Soldier, 10th Royal Veteran Battalion, circa 1812 The Royal Veteran Battalions were units of garrison troops, made up of older soldiers still able to stand guard and give other useful service. The 10th Battalion was raised in 1806 for service in Canada. Although not intended to serve in the field, the veterans were the only regular troops at Fort St. Joseph at the start of the War of 1812, and were part of the British surprise attack that captured the American Fort Mackinac.