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1st Regiment of Grenadiers of the Guard at Waterloo. The Old Guard (French Vieille Garde) were the elite veteran elements of the Emperor Napoleon's Imperial Guard. As such it was the most prestigious formation in Napoleon's Grande Armée. French soldiers often referred to Napoleon's Imperial Guard as "the Immortals." The Old Guard was formed of veteran soldiers who had served Napoleon since his earliest campaigns.

1st Regiment of Grenadiers of the Guard at Waterloo. The Old Guard (French Vieille Garde) were the elite veteran elements of the Emperor Napoleon's Imperial Guard. As such it was the most prestigious formation in Napoleon's Grande Armée. French soldiers often referred to Napoleon's Imperial Guard as "the Immortals." The Old Guard was formed of veteran soldiers who had served Napoleon since his earliest campaigns.

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Marshal Ney’s retreat from Russia by Paul Emile Boutigny (detail)

Marshal Ney’s retreat from Russia by Paul Emile Boutigny (detail)

Knights in White Satin (and Other Fineries)

Knights in White Satin (and Other Fineries)

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Poniatowski, comandante dei lancieri polacchi della guardia imperiale francese

Poniatowski, comandante dei lancieri polacchi della guardia imperiale francese

French ordnance officer 1809.

French ordnance officer 1809.

Colonel Baron Lejeune Aide de Camp of the Berthier Marshal

Colonel Baron Lejeune Aide de Camp of the Berthier Marshal

Emmanuel de Groughy.  He was nearly immediately blamed for Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo by not being able to stop the Prussians from joining Wellington.

Emmanuel de Groughy. He was nearly immediately blamed for Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo by not being able to stop the Prussians from joining Wellington.