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Exército Real de Portugal | 29 фотографий

Exército Real de Portugal | 29 фотографий

Portugal: Plate 2. 5th Chasseur Battalion, Private, 1808-1811

Portugal: Plate 2. 5th Chasseur Battalion, Private, 1808-1811

Portugal: Plate 1. 1st Chasseur Battalion, Sergeant, 1812

Portugal: Plate 1. 1st Chasseur Battalion, Sergeant, 1812

Exército Real de Portugal | 29 фотографий

Exército Real de Portugal | 29 фотографий

Exército Real de Portugal | 29 фотографий

Exército Real de Portugal | 29 фотографий

Portuguese Caçadores 1808-15  Left, Fusilier -1808/09 Fair well uniformed and dressed  Centre, Drummer-1810/15 Regimental uniforns with distinctive lace edging the colar and cuffs.  Right, Fusilier, 1810/15 This is the standard dress during the campaigns with Wellington which took them from Portugal to France.

Portuguese Caçadores 1808-15 Left, Fusilier -1808/09 Fair well uniformed and dressed Centre, Drummer-1810/15 Regimental uniforns with distinctive lace edging the colar and cuffs. Right, Fusilier, 1810/15 This is the standard dress during the campaigns with Wellington which took them from Portugal to France.

The Confederation of the Rhine - Nassau: Plate 3. 1st Infantry Regiment, Fusilier Private, 1810

The Confederation of the Rhine - Nassau: Plate 3. 1st Infantry Regiment, Fusilier Private, 1810

Portugal - Portugal Arthuro 1790-1833 - Les costumes militaires -SOLDADO DE CAÇADORES Nº6 1811

Portugal - Portugal Arthuro 1790-1833 - Les costumes militaires -SOLDADO DE CAÇADORES Nº6 1811

The mounted trooper and the two in brown coats are from the Portuguese Legion serving in the French army. The one in green is from I think the Loyal Lusitanian Legion, tat was formed by the British who then gave it to the Portuguese Government. The one in grey I think is a regular Portuguese line infantry.

The mounted trooper and the two in brown coats are from the Portuguese Legion serving in the French army. The one in green is from I think the Loyal Lusitanian Legion, tat was formed by the British who then gave it to the Portuguese Government. The one in grey I think is a regular Portuguese line infantry.

Portugal -  1760 1830 Arthuro 1 - Soldat du Regiment de Artillerie  1806

Portugal - 1760 1830 Arthuro 1 - Soldat du Regiment de Artillerie 1806

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