The last of the new Bicorned French Lignea, the ntecedent for the 95e Ligne was the Salis-Grisons regiment, formed in 1734.
It formed part of the Grande Armee from 1805 - 1807, seeing combat at Austerltz, Lubeck, and Friedland.
Part of the regiment served with the Armee de Allemegne, fighting at the battles of Essling and Wagram.
The remainder of the regiment was stationed in Portugal and Spain from 1808 - 1814.
During 1813 - 1814, the remainder of the regiment formed part of the garrison of Danzig.
In 1815, it was part of the Armee du Nord, and fought at both Ligny and Waterloo.
This unit has replaced their worn out regulation white pants with grey ones. Once again, painting these Old Glory "Campaign Dress" figures (in "receiving" positions) was fun, with all the assorted non regulation bits hanging off them! Flags by Adolfo Ramos again.