Scots Greys Charge

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Royal Scots Greys - 1764–1815 - Waterloo
... The Scots Greys, which had been reduced in size because of the end of the Peninsular War, were expanded ... The Scots Greys, upon arrival in Ghent, were brigaded under the command of Major-General Ponsonby in the Union Brigade, with Royal Dragoons and the Inniskillings Dragoons ... The Scots Greys, with the rest of the Union Brigade, missed the Battle of Quatre Bras despite a long day of hard riding ...

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