The Duke of Wellington by Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A 1814 (Duke of Wellington)
Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington. Daguerreotype of the Duke of Wellington by Antoine Claudet, 1844
Rare skeleton of unknown 'British' soldier found Waterloo Battlefield
Amazing discovery: The almost complete skeleton, found buried on land the British held, is believed to be a 20-year-old soldier from one of the Duke of Wellington's regiments who died during the Battle of Waterloo
The Duke of Wellington on Copenhagen (1818) by Thomas Lawrence. The Peninsula Wars raged for part of the Regency.
A French Red Lancer chases men of the 95th Regiment in this diorama. If infantry were to be caught in the open in small groups, as these men, they could be easy prey for a mounted cavalryman. (Painted miniatures by Sergey Popovichenko)
Hussar's military uniform, c1815. Worn by Private Robert Smith at the Battle of Waterloo. Courtesy of Colchester & Ipswich Museums.
Waterloo200 - Bagpipes played at the Battle of Waterloo. This set of bagpipes was used by regiments of Highlanders in the British Army. The age of the pipes is uncertain, it has been confirmed that they are definitely old enough to live up to the inscription on its brass plaque which states: “…played at the Battle of Waterloo…” http://www.nam.ac.uk/waterloo200/200-object/bagpipes-played-at-the-battle-of-waterloo-the-highlanders-museum-fort-george/ #W200Items