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The Dutch Cavalry Brigade Fush to the Assist  ·  The Dutch cavalry brigade of Ghigny rush to the assistance of the squares. In the smoke a General is seen getting a pistol shot and sinking on his horse. This officer is the Relgian General Van Merien of the 2nd Dutch light cavalry brigade; he was killed some moments after by a cannon ball. On the right of Van Merien Weilling calm and unmoved. More to the right the Prince d'Orange who was wounded on the place of the panorama at the time of the intervention of the middle guard. Battle of Waterloo. 11 Panorama of the battle. (Copy negatives made for Major John K Shawvan, July 1935






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