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.

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.

Portugal; 19th Infantry(formely Regt. Cascais), Colonel and to the rear a Soldier and Sapper. 1806

Portugal; 19th Infantry(formely Regt. Cascais), Colonel and to the rear a Soldier and Sapper. 1806

Portugal: Plate 4. 15th Line Infantry Regiment, Private, 1812

Portugal: Plate 4. 15th Line Infantry Regiment, Private, 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

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


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Portugal: Plate 4. 15th Line Infantry Regiment, Private, 1812

Portugal: Plate 4. 15th Line Infantry Regiment, Private, 1812

Portugese Legion. The Portuguese Legion (French Légion portugaise and Portuguese Legião Portuguesa) was the 9 000 men strong Portuguese military force integrated in the Napoleon's Imperial Armies, mobilized after the occupation of Portugal by the army of General Junot, in 1807.

Portugese Legion. The Portuguese Legion (French Légion portugaise and Portuguese Legião Portuguesa) was the 9 000 men strong Portuguese military force integrated in the Napoleon's Imperial Armies, mobilized after the occupation of Portugal by the army of General Junot, in 1807.

Portuguese Infantry (Left) Rifleman Light Legion.1805. (Centro) Rifleman of the 2nd Battalion of the Loyal Lusitanian Legion, 1809-1810. (Right) Rifleman of the Loyal Lusitanian Legion Loyal. 1808 -11.

Portuguese Infantry (Left) Rifleman Light Legion.1805. (Centro) Rifleman of the 2nd Battalion of the Loyal Lusitanian Legion, 1809-1810. (Right) Rifleman of the Loyal Lusitanian Legion Loyal. 1808 -11.

PORTUGUESE INFANTRY, 1810-1815          (Left) Grenadier Sergeant Infantry Regiment 23. 1813-15. (centre) Officer of the 13th Infantry Regiment, 1810-1815. (Right) Sapper's 16th Infantry Regiment.

PORTUGUESE INFANTRY, 1810-1815 (Left) Grenadier Sergeant Infantry Regiment 23. 1813-15. (centre) Officer of the 13th Infantry Regiment, 1810-1815. (Right) Sapper's 16th Infantry Regiment.

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