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Horse Grenadiers of the Guard  ·  Between the Chasseurs a cheval and the cuirassiers, the dark mass of the Horse Grenadiers of the Guard, commanded by General Guyot. The white hairs bushbies are the trumpeters. A little behind, Napoleon riding a white horse and having near him the guide Decoster bound on a horse and being followed by his staff and the escorting squadrons. On the route de Genappe, on the right, the farm of Belle-Alliance, Where Wellington and Blucher met each other at the instant of the pursuit. Battle of Waterloo. 5 Panorama of the battle. (Copy negatives made for Major John K Shawvan, July 1935






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