The massive cavalry assault led by Ney at the battle of Waterloo. Mistaking the Duke of Wellington's order to 'retire the army 100 paces', Ney believed they British and their allies to be retreating the field, and so he attacked with the cavalry, unsupported by infantry or artillery. It was a costly mistake for the French.
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Figurinitaly the fifth - Marshal Davout | planetFigure | Miniatures
dear Friend I've the pleasure to inform you about the new figure from Figurinitaly The fifth figure is a portrait of Marshal Louis Nicolas Davout,...
Napoleon Bonaparte in Art
https://sites.google.com/site/apeuropeanlahs/home/European-Art/napoleon-in-art Napoleon Bonaparte as Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Battalion of Corsica, 1792 by Henri Felix Philippoteaux (1834) Le jeune Bonaparte à Brienne, 1778-1784 by Dessin de Job (1910) Napoleon at Toulon, 1793 by Edouard Detaille Le Souper de Beaucaire, 28 Jul 1793 by Jean-Jules-Antoine Lecomte de Nouy With a Whiff of Grapeshot, 5 Oct 1795 by Felician von Myrbach-Rheinfeld Napoléon Bonaparte, général en chef de l’Armée…