REPUBLIQUE
GRAND-TACTICAL NAPOLEONIC WARFARE IN MINIATURE



French Army of Aragon
Commanded by French Marshal Suchet, who was widely considered the most successful at having pacified and held the areas of occupied Spain placed under his command. This order of battle shows Suchet's command at the siege of Tarragone, Spain as of May 4, 1811.

INFANTRY BATTALIONS OFFICERS AND
SOLDIERS IN
CAMP
DIVISIONS BRIGADES REGIMENTS
General Harispe
Chief of Staff, Colonel Mesclop
General Salme 7th line 3 1,222
16th line 3 1,629
General Palombini 2nd Italian light 2 1,096
4th Italian line 2 840
Colonel Balathier 5th Italian line 2 925
6th Italian line 2 749
General Habert
Chief of Staff, Colonel Charroy
General Montmarie 5th light 2 1,081
116th line 2 855
General Bronikoski 117th line 2 1,152
General Frere
Chief of Staff, Colonel Guillemet
General Laurencey 1st light 3 1,661
1st Vistula 2 880
General Callier 14th line 1 482
42nd line 3 1,798
Total 29 14,370


GENERALS REGIMENTS SQUADRONS OFFICERS AND
SOLDIERS IN
CAMP
Cavalry
General Boussard
Chief of Staff, Colonel Magnier-de-Bains
4th Hussars 2 208
24th Dragoons 3 505
13th Cuirassiers 3 476
Napoleon Dragoons 2 258
Total 10 1,447
Artillery
General Valee
Chief of Staff, Colonel Raffron
Cannoniers, from various regiments ...... 756
Trains, from various battalions ...... 1,325
2,081
Engineers
General Valee
Chief of Staff, Colonel Raffron
Miners and Sappers ...... 603
Equipment train ...... 118
721
[Infirmiers militaires] 167
[Equipages militaires] 402
Total General 19,188
 
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