102nd Infantry Regiment (France)
The 102nd Infantry Regiment (French: 102e Régiment d'Infanterie, 102e RI) was an infantry regiment of the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars.
|102nd Infantry Regiment, or 102e Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne|
|Type||Regiment of Infantry|
|Role||Infantry of the Line|
|Motto(s)||Ex serviture libertas|
|Decorations||Décoré de la Croix de guerre 1914-1918 avec deux citations à l'ordre de l'armée|
Il a le droit au port de la fourragère aux couleurs de ruban de la croix de guerre 1914-1918.
|Battle honours||Valmy 1792|
Battle of Taku Forts (1860)
Its ancestor regiments were the Infantry Regiment of the Line Le Dauphin (Nr. 29) and Royal-Deux Ponts (Nr 99). The Regiment was raised in 1667 by Michel De Fisicat, as Le Dauphin (nr. 29) and on 26 April 1775 split into two regiments. The 1st and 3rd battalions retained the old title and number and the 2nd and rth[clarification needed] battalions became the new Infantry Regiment Perche (Nr 30).
The Revolutionary Wars as Infantry Regiment of the Line Perche (Nr 30)Edit
Initially, the Regiment served in the Army of the Center, at Metz. Following the Battle of Valmy on 20 September 1792, the Regiment was assigned to the Army of the Ardennes. In 1793, the Regiment saw action in the Meuse campaign. In 1794, it underwent its first amalgamation (17 May), under the Levée en Masse, and became the 2nd battalion 59th Demi-Brigade of Battle, with the 4th battalion, Volunteers of Paris, also called 'l'Oratoire and the 7th battalion of the Rhône-et-Loire, in the Army of the Moselle.
Colonels of the Revolutionary Period
In 1797, the Regiment was part of the Armée de Sambre-et-Meuse. In 1798, as part of the Army of Germany and the Army of Mayence (Mainz), the Regiment saw action in the Rhineland. In 1799, as part of the Army of Mayence, it was transferred to the Army of the Danube, under the general command of Jean-Baptiste Jourdan; the Regiment was part of the I Division, under the immediate command of Pierre Marie Barthélemy Ferino, and participated in action at the Battle of Ostrach (20–21 March 1799), and the Battle of Stockach, 25–26 March 25–26, 1799. On 25 September 1799, the regiment fought at the Battle of Zurich.
The Napoleonic WarsEdit
War Of The Third CoalitionEdit
War of the Fourth CoalitionEdit
The Peninsular warEdit
- Dos de Mayo Uprising
- Battle of Zornoza
- Battle of Valmaseda
- Battle of Espinosa
- Battle of Talavera
- Battle of Fuentes de Oñoro
- Battle of Arroyo dos Molinos
- Battle of Maya
- Occupation of Pamplona,
- Battle of the Bidassoa (1813), Spelleto, and
- Battle of Bayonne
War of the Fifth CoalitionEdit
War of the Sixth CoalitionEdit
- Siege of Danzig, Wurschen, Gieshubel,
- Battle of Dresden, Grieffenberg, Elsen,
- Battle of Dohna,
- Battle of Bautzen
War of the Seventh CoalitionEdit
Greek War of IndependenceEdit
The Morea expeditionEdit
- 1828 : Expédition de Morée