The Royal Welch Fusiliers at the Battle of Albuera (16 May 1811).

The Fusilier Brigade at the Battle of Albuera. The fusiliers are often depicted wrongly not wearing the shako.

The Battle Of Bunker Hill by Simpkin

taocder: Bunker Hill, 1775 by Richard Simkin. (National Army Museum) Why does the guy sitting down look like he’s got a bandolier full of shotgun cartridges?

Richard Simkin:The 23rd Regiment Royal Welsh Fusiliers at the Battle of the Alma.

Richard Simkin:The Regiment Royal Welsh Fusiliers at the Battle of the Alma.

The 23rd Foot form square at Waterloo 1815

The Foot form square at Waterloo 1815

Sergeant Luke O'Connor of the Royal Welch Fusiliers winning his VC and the Battle of the Alma.

Sergeant Luke O'Connor of the Royal Welch Fusiliers winning his VC and the Battle of the Alma.

Corporal J. Davies, VC, at Delville Wood, 1916 by Leslie Arthur Wilcox

Corporal J. Davies, VC, at Delville Wood, 1916 by Leslie Arthur Wilcox

Battle of Bunker Hill

battle of bunker hill: fought on breeds hill, British attack in waves and the colonists eventually run out of ammunition. the significance is that it was a moral victory for the colonists showing the British that the war wouldn't be that easy to win

Locking the gates to the city of Corruna, Spain. The keys are still in the Regimental Museum of The Royal Welch Fusiliers.

Locking the gates to the city of Corruna, Spain. The keys are still in the Regimental Museum of The Royal Welch Fusiliers.

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