Happy Alma Day!

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Greetings, Green Howards everywhere. XIX!
 
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alma_baldwin.jpg

She don't look that happy to me?
 
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Not just the XIX - there were others there as well!
Just one or two
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[TD]British Order of Battle:
Commander in Chief: Field Marshal Lord Raglan

The Cavalry Division: General the Earl of Lucan
Troop of Royal Horse Artillery
Light Brigade: Major-General the Earl of Cardigan
4th Light Dragoons
8th Hussars
11th Hussars
13th Light Dragoons
17th Lancers

First Division: the Duke of Cambridge
Two field batteries Royal Artillery
Guards Brigade: General Bentinck
3rd Battalion, Grenadier Guards
1st Battalion, Coldstream Guards
1st Battalion, Scots Fusilier Guards
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Highland Brigade: Major General Sir Colin Campbell
42nd Highlanders
79th Highlanders
93rd HighlandersSecond Division: Lieutenant-General Sir de Lacy Evans
Two field batteries Royal Artillery
Third Brigade: Brigadier-General Adams
41st Regiment
47th Regiment
49th Regiment

Fourth Brigade: Brigadier-General Pennefather
30th Regiment
55th Regiment
95th Regiment

Third Division: Lieutenant-General Sir Richard England
Two field batteries Royal Artillery​
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Fifth Brigade: Brigadier-General Sir John Campbell
4th King’s Own Royal Regiment
38th Regiment
50th Regiment

Sixth Brigade: Brigade-General Eyre
1st Royal Regiment
28th Regiment
44th Regiment

Fourth Division: Major-General Sir George Cathcart
One field batteries Royal Artillery​
Seventh Brigade: Brigadier-General Torrens
20th Regiment
21st Royal Scots Fusiliers
68th Regiment
Eighth Brigade:
46th Regiment
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Light Division: Lieutenant-General Sir George Brown
One troop of Royal Horse Artillery and one field battery Royal Artillery
2nd Battalion the Rifle Brigade.

First Brigade (known as the Fusilier Brigade): Major-General Codrington
7th Royal Fusiliers
23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers
33rd Regiment

Second Brigade: Major-General Buller
19th Regiment
77th Regiment
88th Regiment
 
#7
Just one or two
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[TD]British Order of Battle:
Commander in Chief: Field Marshal Lord Raglan

The Cavalry Division: General the Earl of Lucan
Troop of Royal Horse Artillery
Light Brigade: Major-General the Earl of Cardigan
4th Light Dragoons
8th Hussars
11th Hussars
13th Light Dragoons
17th Lancers

First Division: the Duke of Cambridge
Two field batteries Royal Artillery
Guards Brigade: General Bentinck
3rd Battalion, Grenadier Guards
1st Battalion, Coldstream Guards
1st Battalion, Scots Fusilier Guards
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Highland Brigade: Major General Sir Colin Campbell
42nd Highlanders
79th Highlanders
93rd HighlandersSecond Division: Lieutenant-General Sir de Lacy Evans
Two field batteries Royal Artillery
Third Brigade: Brigadier-General Adams
41st Regiment
47th Regiment
49th Regiment

Fourth Brigade: Brigadier-General Pennefather
30th Regiment
55th Regiment
95th Regiment

Third Division: Lieutenant-General Sir Richard England
Two field batteries Royal Artillery​
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Fifth Brigade: Brigadier-General Sir John Campbell
4th King’s Own Royal Regiment
38th Regiment
50th Regiment

Sixth Brigade: Brigade-General Eyre
1st Royal Regiment
28th Regiment
44th Regiment

Fourth Division: Major-General Sir George Cathcart
One field batteries Royal Artillery​
Seventh Brigade: Brigadier-General Torrens
20th Regiment
21st Royal Scots Fusiliers
68th Regiment
Eighth Brigade:
46th Regiment
(57th Regiment, which did not land until after the battle)[/TD]
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Light Division: Lieutenant-General Sir George Brown
One troop of Royal Horse Artillery and one field battery Royal Artillery
2nd Battalion the Rifle Brigade.

First Brigade (known as the Fusilier Brigade): Major-General Codrington
7th Royal Fusiliers
23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers
33rd Regiment

Second Brigade: Major-General Buller
19th Regiment
77th Regiment
88th Regiment
Although the RAF RSS feed claims the rockapes won it ;-)
 
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