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94th Infantry Regiment (France)

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Active  1709–1993
Branch  French Army infantry
Role  infantry
Country  France
Type  Infantry regiment
94th Infantry Regiment (France)
Motto(s)  On l'engage pour vaincre (We engage to win)

The 94th Infantry Regiment (94e régiment d’infanterie or 94e RI) was a French Army regiment. It was the inheritor of the traditions of the Imperial Guard and thus it was also known as the Grenadiers de la Garde or La Garde rather than by its number.

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Origins

It originated in 1709 as a German regiment in the French army known as the régiment Royal-Bavière. From 1780 to 1791 it was known as the régiment Royal-Hesse-Darmstadt.

War Of The First Coalition

It took part in the battle of Valmy.

War Of The Second Coalition

It took part in the battle of Marengo.

War Of The Third Coalition

It took part in the battle of Austerlitz.

War Of The Fourth Coalition

In October 1806 it was part of Jean Baptiste Bernadotte's I Corps 3rd Division under General of Division Jean Baptiste Drouet.

It took part in the battle of Jena-Auerstädt.

In the next year it took part in the battle of Friedland.

The Peninsular War

It took part in the battle of Talavera.

Ten Days' Campaign

It took part in the Belgian revolution in the siege of Antwerp (1832).

World War 1

It took part in the First Battle of the Marne.

It took part in the battle of Yser.

It took part in the battle of the Somme.

It took part in the Second Battle of the Aisne.

World War 2

It took part in the battle of France

References

94th Infantry Regiment (France) Wikipedia


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