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The Battle of Waterloo - The Casualties

The morning after the Battle of Waterloo
The morning after the battle

British regimental casualties:

1st Life Guards 6 officers and 72 men killed and wounded
2nd Life Guards 1 officers and 46 men killed and wounded
Royal Horse Guards 5 officers and 80 men killed and wounded
King’s Dragoon Guards 7 officers and 140 men killed and wounded
Royal Dragoons 13 officers and 173 men killed and wounded
Royal Scots Greys 2nd Dragoons 11 officers and 185 men killed and wounded
6th Inniskilling Dragoons 6 officers and 183 men killed and wounded
7th Hussars 7 officers and 179 men killed and wounded
10th Hussars 7 officers and 60 men killed and wounded
11th Hussars 5 officers and 45 men killed and wounded
12th Light Dragoons 6 officers and 106 men killed and wounded
13th Light Dragoons 10 officers and 80 men killed and wounded
15th Light Dragoons 5 officers and 69 men killed and wounded
16th Light Dragoons 5 officers and 36 men killed and wounded
18th Light Dragoons 2 officers and 83 men killed and wounded
Royal Artillery 29 officers and 264 men killed and wounded
Royal Engineers none
1st Foot Guards (2 battalions) 15 officers and 472 men killed and wounded
2nd Coldstream Guards 8 officers and 296 men killed and wounded
3rd Foot Guards 12 officers and 327 men killed and wounded
1st Foot 15 officers and 128 men killed and wounded
4th King’s Own Regiment of Foot 8 officers and 125 men killed and wounded
14th Foot 1 officers and 28 men killed and wounded
23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers 10 officers and 89 men killed and wounded
27th Foot 15 officers and 463 men killed and wounded
28th Foot 16 officers and 161 men killed and wounded
30th Foot 18 officers and 207 men killed and wounded
32nd Foot 9 officers and 165 men killed and wounded
33rd Foot 11 officers and 128 men killed and wounded
40th Foot 12 officers and 189 men killed and wounded
42nd Highlanders 6 officers and 44 men killed and wounded
44th Foot 4 officers and 61 men killed and wounded
51st Light Infantry 2 officers and 29 men killed and wounded
52nd Light Infantry 9 officers and 190 men killed and wounded
69th Foot 6 officers and 67 men killed and wounded
71st Highland Light Infantry 16 officers and 184 men killed and wounded
73rd Highlanders 6 officers and 225 men killed and wounded
79th Highlanders 13 officers and 171 men killed and wounded
92nd Highlanders 6 officers and 110 men killed and wounded
95th Rifles (3 battalions) 30 officers and 396 men killed and wounded

The Death of Sir Thomas Picton
The Death of Sir Thomas Picton

The Death of Major General Ponsonby
The Death of Major General Ponsonby

The Recruit and the Old Soldier
The Recruit and the Old Soldier