52 Brigade Agenais, French Army, CCC

Commanded by: Commandant Olivier Bianchi

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Régiment d'Agenais

Soldat Michel Paoli

(Michel Poali - Member Since 2014)

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20 Pts

Updated
November 1, 2014

The regiment, commanded by Baron de Cadignan, suffered heavy casualties in D'Estaing's unsuccessful assault at Savannah (1779). Two of its battalions were among forces under Saint Simon brought from the West Indies to Yorktown (1781). Under its commander, Comte d'Autichamp, it participated in capturing a British redoubt on 14 October.
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Régiment du Gâtinois

Maréchal Le Prince du Roubaud

(Phil Roubaud - Member Since 2002)

 

Order of Lafayette
Outstanding Service to the Army
September 2012

Battlefield Completion Medal, May 2004
Indian Uprising 2004 Conquest of a Continent Part I
French & Indian War Tournament
2012
Participation
Campaign Medal 1776, May 2004 1812 Campaign Medal F&I, May 2004
First Saratoga, October 2001 Bladensburg, May 2004 Fort Frontenac, February 2004

Valley Forge, December 2002

New Orleans, December 2004

Fort Edward, February 2004

Yorktown, March 2003

Fort Oswego, May 2004

Bunker Hill, May 2003

Ft. Ticonderoga, December 2004

Germantown - August 2006

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42

10

21

06

24

3,212  Pts

Updated
September 30, 2017

The Gatenois was with D'Estaing's unsuccessful assault at Savannah (1779). It was among the forces under Major-General Marquis de Saint Simon that De Grasse brought from the West Indies to Yorktown (1781). The regiment took part in the capture of British redoubt on 14 October, for which it regained its old name of the "Royal Auvergne." At Yorktown its colonel was Marquis de Rostaing.
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Régiment de Touraine

Commandant Marquis Olivier Bianchi

(Olivier Bianchi - Member Since 2011)

Conquest of a Continent Part II
The War of 1812 Tournament
2013
Participation

1776

1812

F&I

MAW

Fort St. Frederick (Crown Point), January 3013

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250 Pts

Updated
September 30, 2017

The regiment, commanded by Vicomte de Poudeux, was among forces under Saint Simon brought from the West Indies to Yorktown (1781).
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