French regt Angoumois at Blenhiem

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French regt Angoumois at Blenhiem

Post by Old John » Mon Jan 04, 2021 10:40 am

i'm looking for any info on above regt 2nd battn to see if was actually engaged at Blenhiem, which brigade etc?? only info i've found so far is on a Wagner plate where noted 2nd battn at Blenhiem & Landau in 1704
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Re: French regt Angoumois at Blenhiem

Post by Friedrich August I. » Mon Jan 04, 2021 9:43 pm

Eventually you can read it out of this OOB here->
http://www.digam.net/tmp/digam_5765_1.jpg.pdf
the pdf is better because you can increase its size

Here is the picture of the OOB anyway
http://www.digam.net/image.php?file=img ... 000&h=auto

Can't see it in the Diagram

BUT

You may find it in this Picture 2nd line under the name Villars - as it seems 2 Battalions?

http://www.digam.net/image.php?file=img ... 000&h=auto
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Re: French regt Angoumois at Blenhiem

Post by Old John » Tue Jan 05, 2021 9:13 am

many thanks for info, if you find anything else would be very much appreciated
stay safe, cheers Old John
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