Waterloo orders of battle:
British-Allied II Corps

18 June, 1815

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Commander: The Duke of Wellington.
Deputy Quartermaster General:
Col Sir William de Lancey.
Army strength:
54,000 infantry, 13,000 cavalry, 157 cannons.

II Corps
Lord Hill
10,000 men, 18 guns at Waterloo; 17,000 at Hal
2nd Division
Gen Sir Henry Clinton
6833 men, 12 guns
3rd British Brigade
Gen Adam
1/52nd, 1/71st, 2/95th, 3/95th
1st KGL Brigade
Col Du Plat
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th line
3rd Hanoverian Brigade
Col H. Halkett
4 landwehr battalions
Col Gold
Bolton's battery RA
Sympher's horse battery, KGL
4th Division
Gen Sir Charles Colville
4th British Brigade
Col Mitchell
3/14th, 1/23rd, 1/51st
Col Johnstone
2/35th, 1/54th, 1/91st
2 Hanover line bats, 3 landwehr
Col Hawker
Brome's battery RA
Rettburg's foot battery (Han)
1st Dutch Belgian div
Gen Stedmann
4th, 6th line, 16 jagers, 9th, 14th, 15th militia.
1st line, 18th jagers, 1st, 2nd, 18th militia.
Gen Eerens
Capt Wynand
Wynand's foot battery
Netherlands Indian battery


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