Battle of Teugen-Hausen - Order of Battle - French Forces

French Forces

  • III Corps: Maréchal Louis-Nicolas Davout (34,672, 47 guns)
    • Corps Artillery Reserve: Général de Division Antoine Hanicque (359)
      • (2) 12 pdr foot batteries (12 guns)
    • 2nd Division: Général de Division Louis Friant (11,440)
      • Brigade: Général de Brigade Jacques Gilly
      • Brigade: Général de Brigade Louis Grandeau
        • 108ème Régiment d'lnfanterie de Ligne
      • Brigade: Général de Brigade Claude Hervo
        • 111ème Régiment d'lnfanterie de Ligne
      • Brigade: Général de Brigade Joseph Barbanègre
        • 48ème Régiment d'lnfanterie de Ligne
      • Divisional Artillery: 8 pdr foot battery (8 guns)
    • 4th Division: Général de Division Louis Vincent Le Blond de Saint-Hilaire (11,330)
      • Brigade: Général de Brigade Guillaume Latrille de Lorencez
        • 10ème Régiment d'Infanterie Légère
        • 3ème Régiment d'lnfanterie de Ligne
        • 57ème Régiment d'lnfanterie de Ligne
      • Brigade: Général de Brigade Jean-Marie Destabenrath
        • 72ème Régiment d'lnfanterie de Ligne
        • 105ème Régiment d'lnfanterie de Ligne
      • Divisional Artillery: 8 pdr foot battery (8 guns), 6 pdr horse battery (7 guns)
    • 3rd Division: Général de Division Charles-Étienne Gudin de La Sablonnière (11,543)
      • Brigade: Général de Brigade Claude Petit
        • 7ème Régiment d'Infanterie Légère
      • Brigade: Général de Brigade Pierre Boyer
        • 12ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne
        • 21ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne
      • Brigade: Général de Brigade Jean Duppelin
        • 25ème Régiment d'lnfanterie de Ligne
        • 85ème Régiment d'lnfanterie de Ligne
      • Divisional Artillery: 8 pdr foot battery (6 guns), 4 pdr horse battery (6 guns)

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