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Chasseurs Collection

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Chasseurs a Cheval

Chasseurs a Cheval
Chasseurs a cheval, riding as Napoleons personal bodyguards

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Les Diables Bleus - 21st Regiment of the Chasseurs Alpins

Les Diables Bleus - 21st Regiment of the Chasseurs Alpins
Les Diables Bleus - the 21st Regiment of the Chasseurs Alpins. A platoon on a mountain path by a stream. Pierre Comba (1859-1934)

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Gosauzwang aqueduct in Goisern, Upper Austria, 1822

Gosauzwang aqueduct in Goisern, Upper Austria, 1822
The aqueduct called the Gosauzwang in Goisern, Upper Austria, 1822. It conveys brine from the Hallstadt salt mine to the boiling houses at Ischl and Ebensee. Acquedotto

Background imageChasseurs Collection: The French Chasseurs de Vincennes hurry into action at Bomarsund Date

The French Chasseurs de Vincennes hurry into action at Bomarsund Date: 16 August 1854

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Grenadiers and chasseurs in the Imperial Army, 19th century

Grenadiers and chasseurs in the Imperial Army, 19th century
Grenadiers and chasseurs in the German Imperial Army, 19th century. Granatieri e Cacciatori. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Antonio Verico from Giulio Ferrarios Costumes Ancient

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Colonel-General in the French Chasseurs, Napoleonic era

Colonel-General in the French Chasseurs, Napoleonic era. Handcoloured lithograph by Leopold Massard from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul Lacroixs Costumes Historiques de la France

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Toy Theatre, Foot Soldiers, Chasseurs and British Artillery

Toy Theatre, Foot Soldiers, Chasseurs and British Artillery
Toy Theatre, New Foot Soldiers, French Chasseurs and British Flying Artillery

Background imageChasseurs Collection: French elevate their position on the Devils Backbone

French elevate their position on the Devils Backbone
The 51st line and a company of the 7th battalion of chasseurs on foot advancing on the Devils Backbone. Date: 1865

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Soldiers of the Mexican Army

Soldiers of the Mexican Army
A collection of the soldiers of the Mexican army in full dress; an officer of the African Chasseurs, a rifleman, an irregular lancer, a trumpet cavalryman, a lancer of the Zacatecas brigade

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Group of Chasseurs Alpins soldiers, Alsace region, France

Group of Chasseurs Alpins soldiers, Alsace region, France, specialising in mountain work. Date: 1922

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Soldier reunited with his fiancee, Alsace, France

Soldier reunited with his fiancee, Alsace, France
Soldier reunited with his fiancÚÑáafter the First World War, Alsace, France. He is wearing the uniform of the Chasseurs Alpins

Background imageChasseurs Collection: CHASSEUR DRUM-MAJOR

CHASSEUR DRUM-MAJOR
The Tambour-Major (drum-major) of the Chasseurs a pied proudly leads his drummers in parade past the Empereur Date: circa 1807

Background imageChasseurs Collection: French conquest of Algeria. 1830-1847. Expedition

French conquest of Algeria. 1830-1847. Expedition to Morocco in 1844 against Abd el-Kader. Camp French of the column of chasseurs (huntmen) of Africa in the field of the battle of Isly on 14 August

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Les Diables Bleus - A patrol of WWI Chasseurs Alpins

Les Diables Bleus - A patrol of WWI Chasseurs Alpins
Les Diables Bleus - A patrol of First World War Chasseurs Alpins resting on a mountain path. Pierre Comba (1859-1934). Pierre Comba Dedicated Himself To The Representation Of The French Military

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Les Diables Bleus - A group of WWI Chasseurs Alpins

Les Diables Bleus - A group of WWI Chasseurs Alpins
Les Diables Bleus - A group of First World War Chasseurs Alpins in the Alps sheltering behind a large rock in a snowstorm.. Pierre Comba (1859-1934)

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Two Chasseurs of 27e Battalion de Chassuers Alpins resting

Two Chasseurs of 27e Battalion de Chassuers Alpins resting
Two Chasseurs of the 27e Battalion de Chassuers Alpins resting on a mountain path. Pierre Comba (1859-1934). Pierre Comba Dedicated Himself To The Representation Of The French Military

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Battle of Megiddo, near Anebta, Middle East, WW1

Battle of Megiddo, near Anebta, Middle East, WW1
Scene during the Battle of Megiddo, showing men of the 4th Regiment Chasseurs d Afrique on the outskirts of the village of Anebta, in the Ottoman Empire (now Israel) during the First World War

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Crimean War, General MacMahons division in action

Crimean War, General MacMahons division in action
Crimean War -- General MacMahons division in action, storming the Malakoff (Korniloff redoubt), along with the Chasseurs a Pied (French troops)

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Music cover, Polka des Chasseurs by Frederic Brisson

Music cover, Polka des Chasseurs by Frederic Brisson
Music cover, Polka des Chasseurs, written for piano by Frederic Brisson. circa 1850s

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Charge of French Alpine Chasseurs in Alsace, WW1

Charge of French Alpine Chasseurs in Alsace, WW1
The Chasseurs Alpins, the famous French mountain riflemen carrying out a dashing charge on skis at Hermannsweiler Kopf in Alsace

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Chasseurs d Alpins (the Blue Devils) marching

Chasseurs d Alpins (the Blue Devils) marching
A company of the Chasseurs d Alpins (the Blue Devils) marching along a Mediterranean coastal road.. Pierre Comba (1859-1934)

Background imageChasseurs Collection: French Line Regiment patrolling a Mediterranean road

French Line Regiment patrolling a Mediterranean road
A company of a French Line Regiment patrolling a Mediterranean coastal road, c. 1914. Pierre Comba (1859-1934). Pierre Comba Dedicated Himself To The Representation Of The French Military

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Les Diables Bleus - a mountain camp of the Chasseurs Alpins

Les Diables Bleus - a mountain camp of the Chasseurs Alpins. Pierre Comba (1859-1934). Pierre Comba Dedicated Himself To The Representation Of The French Military, In Particular The Chasseurs Alpins

Background imageChasseurs Collection: A patrol of Chasseurs Alpins - Vosges, Summer 1916

A patrol of Chasseurs Alpins - Vosges, Summer 1916, by Pierre Comba (1859-1934). Comba dedicated himself to the representation of the French military, in particular the Chasseurs Alpins

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Page from the Illustrated London News, 1854

Page from the Illustrated London News, 1854
A page from the Illustarted London News 1854, featuring the obituary of Captain Lewis Edward Nolan of the 15th Hussars, as well as an engraving of the charge of the chasseurs d Afrique

Background imageChasseurs Collection: France - Chasseurs Alpins

France - Chasseurs Alpins
The Chasseurs Alpins (English: Alpine Hunters) are the elite mountain infantry of the French Army. They are trained to operate in mountainous terrain and in urban warfare. Date: circa 1912

Background imageChasseurs Collection: French Hunt Meet

French Hunt Meet
French chasseurs meet in the forest of Chantilly, north of Paris. The huntsmen wear the traditional livery

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Battle of Volturno 7

Battle of Volturno 7
Cannon captured by the Alpine Chasseurs

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Battle of Solferino 3

Battle of Solferino 3
The French chasseurs charge the Austrian lines

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Battle of Solferino 4

Battle of Solferino 4
The decisive charge by the French chasseurs against the Austrian lines

Background imageChasseurs Collection: Battle of Solferino 8

Battle of Solferino 8
The decisive charge by the French chasseurs on the Austrian lines : fierce fighting at close quarters

Background imageChasseurs Collection: French Alpine Chasseur

French Alpine Chasseur
A French soldier of the Alpine Chasseurs, during World War One

Background imageChasseurs Collection: French Hunt Meet 1912

French Hunt Meet 1912
A meet of French chasseurs wait to unleash the hounds. The huntsmen wear the traditional livery


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