Horse Guards at Waterloo

Horse Guards at Waterloo

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Caption: The Horse Guards at the Battle of Waterloo. One of the officers having killed a French colonel, cuts off his epaulette in triumph. Image taken from Historic, military, and naval anecdotes of particular incidents which occured to the armies of Great Britain and her allies in the last war, etc. Originally published in London, 1819. Author Edward Orme, Illustrated by Heath, M Dubourg.

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