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Justin Griffiths, private, 44th (East Essex) Regiment of Foot Griffiths, 43, ‘It gives you a real sense of what a red-coated infantry soldier of the time would have experienced. And besides, you fire a musket.’ He has been re-enacting for a decade and takes part in events all over Europe. Unseen Waterloo: The Conflict Revisited is at Somerset House, London WC2, June 12-August 31 (unseenwaterloo.co.uk). The accompanying book (Impress, £60) will be published on June 15 Picture: Sam Faulkner

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Guilford Courthouse, 1782 - "The Royal Welsh Fusiliers advanced, under fire, up a rain sodden ploughed field towards a well entrenched enemy. Breaking through, the Fusiliers fought a close action through brushwood and forest to pursue the broken enemy until exhaustion overcame them." Art by Rob Chapman

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William II (1792–1849), King of Holland, When Prince of Orange, by John Singleton Copley, 1813, English Heritage, The Wellington Collection, Apsley House.

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Lieutenant John James Douglas (later Captain Sir John James Scott-Douglas, Bt) (1792–1836), 15th (or The King’s) Regiment of (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), c.1819

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Lance corporal 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot Waterloo 2015

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Use Bold Frontiers forest scenery and toy soldiers (from Armies in Plastic) in your games; see our ranges at www.boldfrontiers.com.au. The Glengarry Light Infantry of Upper Canada, were a primarily Scottish unit who wore a similar uniform to the 95th Rifles [British Army]. They used muskets instead of rifles. This unit distinguished itself for harassing American units in and around the Niagara Peninsula during the 1812 War.

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Henry William Paget (1768–1854), 1st Marquess of Anglesey

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